For the past seven weeks, America has tuned in every Monday night to watch Dallas real estate lawyer Jeremy Anderson compete for lasting love on the ABC TV reality dating show “The Bachelorette.” From the beginning, the show’s star, DeAnna Pappas, singled out Anderson, a former Hunton & Williams associate in Dallas, lavishing him with special attention, extra alone time and effusive praise.

Alas, it was not to be. On June 30, Pappas had her would-be companions whittled down to three: a Seattle account manager, a professional snowboarder from Colorado and Anderson. In a surprise move, she sent Anderson packing.

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