In a 2017 interview with Bustle, Shep laid out the attributes for the kind of person he wanted to be with. Another fan on Twitter suggested that Shep would be happy with "someone who is smart, genuinely funny, clever and who has a life of their own, who does not need you to feel whole." Shep agreed that he "like[d] the sound of that," but that he believed those types of women were "few and far between."Shep has always been able to find women to take home and talk to and "date" for a week here and there.
Because of this, he doesn't seem to really have a problem with his current arrangement.
fans learned on a recent episode that his newest relationship on the show lasted just a week.
In the second episode of Season 6, Shep excitedly told Danni about a woman he was seeing in Chicago.
So expect Relationshep to go relationship-less for a while more.
Even if he did, he already said he finds "most people annoying over time," so the odds aren't that high of a relationship survival anyway.’ Energy.” In the end, Hannah and Tyler got the conclusion every couple deserves: They decided to date outside the confines of a reality show and see what happens.As is typical at the proposal juncture in Hannah was looking pretty nervous ahead of her rendezvous with Jed and Tyler.“That’s not the case.”It’s striking how many different flavors of underwhelming and infuriating men Hannah has been forced to confront this season.There was Scott A., who got sent home when Hannah found out had a girlfriend back home as well; Luke Parker, whose manipulative antics earned him enemies across Bachelor Nation; and now Jed, who spent a large portion of their conversation insisting to Hannah that he never thought he and Haley Stevens were technically “dating,” even though they took multiple trips together, he introduced her to his parents, and he told her he loved her during a trip to the Caribbean.