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A little older than most contestants, Rodeo’s motherly qualities and ability to stop fights with her giant muscles made her a favorite on the show and made it all the more bittersweet when Bret eliminated her so she could go home to her son that she missed.
Sam from season one proved much too emotional to have to fight dozens of other suitors to win Bret's heart.
Ashley, was the de facto leader of the “Blondtourage,” season three’s crew of very foxy and very mean girls who picked on anyone and everyone else in the cast, effectively ruining their lives.
You throw a good party, you can hold half a conversation and still got a few brain cells left [ TVGuide.com: With two young daughters, do you have reservations about doing such a risqué show?
Michaels: The one thing I can say is I'm a good father.
He wrote, directed and starred in the independent film A Letter from Death Row and directed Sheen in the film No Code of Conduct.
For the most part, Michaels has unrelentingly focused on his music, continuing to record and tour with Poison band mates C. Deville, Rikki Rocket and Bobby Dall, as well as write and record solo music.
What is surprising, to me at least, is that the show's finale managed to both promote and condemn female sexuality AT THE SAME TIME. Suffice it to say, the show casts Bret Michaels as an object of rock 'n' roll desire, and Taya and Mindy were the final two women competing to be his "Rock of Love" (commence eye-rolling… In order to get to know the women as best he could before making his final choice, Bret took each one of them out one last solo dinner date.