What they really should have said is, "When they signed me up for this, they promised me I would meet someone wealthy, intelligent, and handsome. You don't appear to be these things. I am done wasting my time. You are the weakest link. Goodbye."
(Wait...I just got confused between stupid TV shows. Sorry.)
The Bachelor is an exercise in female degradation, and no, making a corresponding Bachelorette show will not make me feel better. The show trivializes the importance of establishing a respectful, caring bond between two people, and turns one of the most important relationships in your life into an "R" rated game show. And for the nutty dolts who actually like this fellow, I feel sorry that they have to watch him have other girls on his lap (amongst other things). But that's not what you have to put up with to find a husband. (Well, unless your husband-to-be is in a band, but I both generalize and digress.)
Falling in love should be moments of trust coupled with moments of uncertainty, racing pulses and instant ease. It should excite you like a roller coaster and feel as comfortable as your favorite T-shirt. It's wishes and dreams, gambles and sure things, putting your heart out and hoping he or she handles it gently. It will make you laugh and cry in the same day, it will make you stop dead in your tracks when you actualize what is happening. Truly falling in love is overwhelming.
Something so awesome shouldn't happen in the company of competitors, and certainly shouldn't be arranged by network TV.