CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 19, 2002
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The appeal of the television show "The Bachelor" examined; scenes shown of the rejected women talking about their experience. [In studio, clinical psychologist "Dating for Dummies" author Dr. Joy BROWNE†- says "The Bachelor" is a 1950s-style fantasy & we like to see the women fall apart & be rejected; explains why women go on this kind of show to become famous like Monica Lewinsky.]
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