A lot of people make a lot of mistakes on social media. Women have to go to Europe and other countries to find men who will treat them better. Men are not available — we have 20,000 more men than women in L. And it’s emojis, and the emojis are my sayings and my isms. Okay, well this is a terrible ism, and I don’t use this — you’ve never heard me say this — she’ll say,  “One hole is just like any other hole, Patti. Just be careful who gets into your hole.” In other words, when men stick it in, they don’t care who they’re stickin’ it into.
Is there any dating advice that you would never give again, or that you now look at differently? And a lot of my isms  come from my grandmother, believe it or not. Because I believe that men have types, and they don’t — they can deviate [between] blonde hair and dark hair, but the innate qualities, the types are the same. That’s what the expression meant, so be careful before he sticks it in that he’s a real keeper and not a loser. She’s alpha at work.” You know, we have to do certain things to get ratings. It’s like we’re improvisation, and scripted gets the words, but we’re still actresses at the end of the f–kin’ day any way you look at it. So what projects do you have in the works right now?
(He remains in prison in California.) While Alcala's body count is unknown, police estimate the now-73-year-old man killed at least dozens of women, with some counts running as high as 130 – and there are still over 100 photographs of unidentified women who may have been his victims.
But in 2010, he was once again sentenced to death for the murder of five women, though authorities have still been unable to pin down a precise victim count.
Last month, Alcala, who is currently held at California State Prison, Corcoran, was charged in the 1977 cold case murder of Christine Ruth Thornton.
Bradshaw recalled the experience in 2012, telling The Sunday Telegraph that she hoped the game show would lead her to true love. I didn't want to see him again."Thirty years after the show aired, Alcala's competitors both recalled the serial killer's odd demeanor.
Backstage after the show, however, she saw the real Alcala. "He was kind of a creepy guy," Jed Mills, the bachelor next to Alcala, said in 2010.