Another day, another flawless episode of ABC's Bachelor in Paradise.Not only did Ashley Iaconetti get thrown out of Mexico only to claw her way back in, but Caila Quinn rejected Jared Haibon, and Izzy Goodkind broke up with Vinny Ventiera — which we can all agree was neither good nor kind (note: HAHA).This is the Vadaverse, a dark world that teens have become a part of after discovering Orange County band the Garden.
Also — and this hasn't been confirmed — we assume several million crabs lost their vision as a result of seeing Josh Murray and Amanda Stanton literally make out for hours.
Keep reading for more insight into the Monday, August 22, episode.
That's right, guys — Caila momentarily rejected Jared for Brett — despite the fact that he entered this show wearing pants and sandals, a sartorial faux pas that horrified everyone.
Luckily for Jared (and unluckily for Ashley, who called her enemy a "backstabbing whore"), Caila had a terrible time during their "booze cruise." But, hey, at least Carl and Emily got to low-key dry-hump each other!
Ashley Gets Rejected, Refuses to Leave, Is Hero Remember last week when Jared threatened to leave Paradise thanks to Ashley drama?
Well, he totally stayed and gave his rose to Caila, meaning that Ashley was never seen from again. Like a persistent rash that weeps all day, Ashley is impossible to get rid of, and she wandered back into Paradise begging for a second chance. Despite Sarah making a play for Daniel Maguire's maple-syrup-soaked heart, this Canadian man-child gave his rose to Emily and Haley Ferguson after one of them volunteered as tribute to kiss him.
The Shears brothers brought that world to the Constellation room Sunday night, playing a home town show for their “Haha” record release, the group’s second full-length.
The Vadaverse came into the picture when both Fletcher and Wyatt decided they didn’t want to fit into other music categories, so they created their own world and genre, Vada Vada.
A former employee of a hacked international adultery website has claimed she was asked to create hundreds of fake profiles of “alluring females” in order to attract male subscribers.
Brazilian Doriana Silva claimed she had incurred Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) after being made to input as many as 1,000 fake female members, in a 2012 lawsuit against Ashley Madison.
Another lawsuit, this time from a US individual, seeks million in damages from the company.