Ben & Lauren: Happily Ever After? proves there's more to a compelling television program than the attractiveness of its stars. Are there two more beautiful, more dull beings than these two? I have yet to make it through a single episode without falling as... First of all, the irony is not lost on me. I've spent this entire season making fun of Millennials for their inability to follow through on things, and now I've missed three weeks (four episodes) of recaps. What was I even doing? Probably nothing importan... Now that Bachelor in Paradise has ended thanks to last week's thank-God-it-finally-happened blindside of the Figginator (I hate myself for typing that), we can finally begin this season. On day 20. Adam immediately sits down and informs Taylor that he scr... Coming back from one of the strangest hidden Idol plays in 397 seasons, Gen X talks about what David did. People aren't even emotional about it. They just stare at him in confusion, wondering why he turned against his group to save someone unpopular. BECA... More from Survivor. The group discusses Mike Birbiglia's latest film, Don't Think Twice ... for about the last 15 minutes. Before that, they have much more fun talking pop culture, with a few minutes on everyone's lame claim to fame. And I am so good at taking pictures of my TV this year. And so it ends. 3 engagements, one very confused blogger. Full story is on Instagram . See you in January, unless one of these couples gets married between now and then. You know I'll cover that nonsense.