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The 'Bachelor' Code of Honor

Tessa Horst and former "Bachelor" star Andy Baldwin, back when they were a couple. (By Craig Sjodin--ABC)

So, what does local man-about-town and former "Bachelor" star Andy Baldwin think about the surprise finale of the romance reality show? He's "disgusted" that Jason Mesnick dumped his fiancee Monday night on TV.

Baldwin lit into Mesnick on Facebook: "Andy is glad when he was the Bach he was a man and didn't sell his soul and cave. ... You do NOT break up on national television. That is the opposite of a gentleman."

The Navy doc moved to D.C. shortly after breaking up with Tessa Horst, whom he dated for eight months after appearing on the show in 2007. He's been trying to distance himself from the reality program, but got pulled back into the "Bachelor" fray this week, blasting Mesnick some more on a Chattanooga, Tenn., radio station and revealing that ABC producers had leaned on him: "They really do try to tell you who to pick and who not to pick." He said his proposal to Horst was sincere, even if the romance unraveled.

We tried to get more details, but yesterday Baldwin told us he's tired of talking about it.

By The Reliable Source  |  March 5, 2009; 1:00 AM ET
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Of course Andy Baldwin doesn't want to talk to you, he's not being paid. Funny,
I bet he was paid to go back on the other night. I won't bring myself to watch all of this FAKE reality stuff. Please...these
reality shows are NOT reality. We need to watch shows that have real actors...that will help the economy in itself. Reality shows are putting working actors out of the business; which trickles down to everyone from home depot to Costco. Bring back some imaginative writing and put good stuff back on TV.

Posted by: DebbiSmithDC | March 5, 2009 11:38 AM | Report abuse

Go on TV and get paid to choose a spouse? How crude. Guess we'll have to depend on our Gay citizens to show everyone what the sanctity of marriage really means.

Posted by: Rich393 | March 5, 2009 3:41 PM | Report abuse

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