The Bachelor Recap: Corinne Gets Badgered in Wisconsin

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As The Bachelor spoilers have teased us for weeks, Corinne Olympios is dominating this season of the ABC dating competition fiasco.

Not just in the quest for Nick's heart (or other body parts, as she of the "golden vagine" will freely admit), but in terms of media coverage.

This week was no different, though others stood out as well ...

On The Bachelor Season 21 Episode 4, the girls visited Nick's hometown of Waukesha, Wisconsin, which led to some quality storylines.

If you watch The Bachelor online, you know some of the contrived nonsense that producers will come up with to fill mid-season episodes.

In this case, it was dairy farming in America's heartland.

First off, Christen and Brittany were eliminated at the rose ceremony. Then it was off to Waukesha, where Danielle L. earned a date.

After they ran into Nick’s ex at a coffee shop, they giggle a lot, she gets a rose, and they dance at a country concert in front of a crowd.

Incredible as Nick says this is, it's boilerplate Bachelor.

For the group date, everyone must shovel manure at a farm, except for Corrine, who bails, claiming that she lost circulation in her fingers.

Corinne: Bachelor Bikini Photo

She obviously calls this experience “a medical emergency.”

Hey, she needs those fingers for posing on Instagram!

Later, Kristina questions her maturity, which pissed Corrine off, but not as much as when she lost the group rose to Kristina right after.

The big winner of the night was Raven Gates, though.

The pride of Hoxie, Arkansas, got to go along with Nick to his little sister Bella’s soccer game, and there, she was every bit the natural.

Raven seemed to flawlessly handle, and even enjoy, a talk with Nick’s parents, as well as Bella, and the best was yet to come there. 

The adorable trio (Raven, Nick, and Bella) roller skated along to Sixpence None the Richer’s "Kiss Me," taking Nick back to high school.

And Raven back to ... when she was about six.

Seriously, we're not judging, as they seem like they'd be really compatible in a lot of ways, but there's a bit of an age gap (36-24) there.

It all depends on the person, of course, and if Raven (or whomever) is the best match for Nick, we can't see their ages being a problem.

Ms. Gates' best moment may have come when she described to Nick catching her former boyfriend cheating on her back in the day.

She kicked down a door and saw his mistress’ vagina, as she put it, and we love her as much for that quote as for her Southern accent.

Unfortunately, there was a lot more ... Corinne.

Likening her naps to Michael Jordan and Abraham Lincoln, who “probably took naps” as well, she continued to draw everyone's ire.

Fortunately, Vanessa Grimaldi was not buying it.

Calling out Nick on his escapades (his sex-capades, you might even say) with Corrine, she offered to give back the rose she'd won.

That takes guts, and self-respect. So awesome.

As we fade into next week, Corrine confronts Taylor’s animosity toward her, she says she wants to punch her adversary in the face.

Like Chris Brown calling Aziz Ansari Aladdin after the comic likened him to Trump, this just proved her rivals' point more than anything.

Not exactly helping her own cause by disproving the others' notion that Olympios is an immature spoiled brat, now is she?

Until next week ...

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Shayne Lamas

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Shayne Lamas [on proposal by Matt Grant]