Ben and Lauren: Happily Ever After?

TV review by Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media
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age 14+

Bland Bachelor reality explores post-show relationship.

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So staged and boring

So boring and you can totally tell everything they do is staged. Why are they using other bachelor parties. It should be natural. Then there is Ben, what an ass, he new the purpose of the show was to get engaged and get married at the end. Now he has cold feet. I would leave his dumb ass. I fall asleep watching the show, I'm done watching this dumb fake show.

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