'The Bachelor' 2013: Sean Should Pick Catherine

OK, I'm going to make a confession: I haven't watched the 17th season of The Bachelor until this evening, but finalist Catherine Giudici is definitely my favorite, and I really want Sean Lowe to propose to her this evening. 

But as I noted earlier, her meeting with his family didn't go so well, so I don't have high hopes. He also seems to love what appears to be his rather mindless connection with other finalist Lindsay Yenter, who seems super sweet and fun but not as deep. I know, I know, I haven't been invested in this show all season and therefore am in no positin to pass judgment, but as I noted in an earlier post, I can't help but root for the underdog, and given how awkward and uncomfortable Giudici's interview with Lowe's mom was, I'd say this girl is definitely the underdog. 

What do you think? Are you Team Catherine or Team Lindsay? I can't help but love Giudici, and I love that Lowe's dad seems to adore her as well. Too bad he can't be the one making the final decision! Oh Sean, please make the right decision. Go for my girl Catherine! She seems much more dynamic!

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Laura Donovan

Laura is a former PolicyMic publishing editor and aims to expand coverage on school bullying and youth aggression. She is a former associate editor of women's news site The Jane Dough and Mediaite. She has also worked for The Daily Caller.

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