Jason and Molly got married last week, but like most things, it's not real until it's on television. So now they're married for real! Let's go over the best and worst moments of the two hour wedding special that I missed perfectly good new episodes of House and 24 to watch.
Tonight, Jason and Molly of Bachelor 13 infamy will follow in the hallowed footsteps of Trista and Ryan and get married on television. Well, they actually got married last week, but the two-hour special is airing tonight, so the newlyweds participated in a conference call with all of us jaded bloggers to promote the thing. After Jason corrected his own publicist for introducing Molly by her maiden name, we learned all kinds of things about how rain makes weddings even more fairytale-like, how Jason still cries constantly, and how Molly wanted Judy Garland to sing "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" at the ceremony, but since Judy's dead she asked Jason Castro to do it instead. Logical next step. I don't see how any of this could go wrong.
Woohoo, it's Friday! And it's finally time to ask the question that's been on everyone's minds (okay, maybe not everyone's, but still!) all month: who watches the Watchmen? The answer: not you, if you're reading this. So kill a couple minutes with these TV newsbites before heading off into the night to check out Billy Crudup's giant, blue naked body, or get drunk, or whatever else you may have planned for the weekend. Here at TWoP, we don't judge.
After the latest season of The Bachelorette ended with finalist Jason Mesnick getting majorly snubbed by the titular DeAnna Pappas, there was such an outpouring of sentiment from
desperate sympathetic single gals that the producers at ABC saw fit to create a special site to handle the overflow. Now, in a move modeled after the cinematic masterpiece that is Sleepless In Seattle, romantic hopefuls and well-wishers can get in touch with the scorned bachelor directly via fanofjason.com