036: The Conclusion of the Luke P. Show + Elements of a Good Apology

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Welcome to episode 036 of the Candidly Speaking podcast!

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In This Episode:

  • Carrie (@carrie.gillaspie) and Bre ( start the show chatting about the horrible storm that ripped through central Wisconsin this past weekend and the damage it caused.
  • The girls get to the Bachelorette talk! C and B are both impressed that Pilot Pete ended up being windmill boy.
  • Carrie tries to put herself in Luke P.’s shoes, buuuut still comes to the conclusion that he continues to weaponize his faith.
  • Bre is annoyed by Luke P.’s unwillingness to leave and his “can I pray over you?” comment.
  • During Men Tell All, C and B are amazed at Luke P.’s ability to take very long pauses to answer questions and yet still deliver pretty awful answers.
  • Carrie is disgusted by Luke’s condescending tone and talk to Chris Harrison even!
  • C and B doubt Luke P. has gained self-awareness or grown from this situation at all.
  • C and B both loved watching John Paul Jones shine during the Men Tell All and are looking forward to seeing more of him in Paradise.
  • The girls talk about how to craft a good apology
  • Bre shares the 3 elements every good apology should have.
  • The girls tease topics for next week’s show.

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