You might have guessed that The Bachelor is just a love-seeking reality show, but it’s not. It has now evolved into a competitive sport where single players with peaks in mental and physical condition would have to survive a 10-round attrition game against 30 competitors, on a fair basis.
For Lizzy Pace and Chad Kultgen, The Bachelor is a game with its earned points system, stats, and a bunch of past and current players that provide enough content to justify being part of an ESPN-style post-show. Cards were also set for the show. For example, a “PTC” is a “personal tragedy card” that is deployed when players reveal their past trauma.
On the other hand, a “huju” is the “hug-jump” which causes a player to run, jump and wrap her legs around the male player. In fact, former Bachelorette contestant Tyler Cameron also calculated the “rose quotients” or “RQ scores” that define a player’s ability to catch roses outside of a rose ceremony. Cameron revealed it in an E! Topical interview.