Yesterday I was watching the bachelor and someone asked me a question about the show which I heard several times before, and subject question was: “why do you think all of the bachelors who appeared on the show were white.” My answer was: “more than likely the vast majority of the viewers who watch such a show are white. Therefore, the network is catering as much as possible to such an audience, hence, all white bachelors.
While watching the show I told another viewer that the bachelor on the show would pick at least one black female and the girl with one arm, in the attempt to keep the entire viewer base content. Now I’m not saying the bachelor is racist, or dislikes disabled females, yet, I am saying such a reaction of appeasement is normal in such a situation.
From a viewers point of view I was disappointed that the drunk girl didn’t receive a rose-especially since she would’ve made the viewers future experience a lot more interesting. Such thoughts lead me to believe that the audience should be able to give one of the original girls who were dismissed a second chance.
I also believe that there should be two or more bachelors, and that there should be some type of diversity among such bachelors.
In order to keep some sense of conformity with the current show format, the bachelors would have to agree on which females to take to the next round.
The best part of the show would be the final Rose hand over, because unlike with the current format in which the bachelor gives all the final Rose, in “the bachelors” format the final female would have the power to pick which one of the bachelors she would like to marry.
For coding purposes I believe that such a show should have at least three different bachelors of writing racist, because such numbers would prevent any kind of stalemate when it comes time to vote females to the next round.
At times when the competition is only on the side of the females amongst each other the level of excitement level off at the somewhat moderate point. If there was more than one bachelor on the show the competition levels would be enhanced several times over, and the excitement levels would spike through the roof.
It is just my belief that the show has been on too long to lack more diversity, and to be without the excitement and viewer growth that multiple bachelors would bring to the show.