Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Bates Season 5 Recap Video


With the season six premiere of Bringing Up Bates less than four weeks away, let's take a look back at the most memorable moments from season five.

The Bates boys attended overnight summer camp, Tori started an official courtship with Bobby Smith, Lawson pulled off multiple concerts, the Bates' house nearly burned down, Gil and the kids planned a huge 50th birthday celebration for Kelly (including a visit to Kelly's hometown and childhood house), Alyssa and John welcomed their second daughter, Michaela and Brandon shared their infertility struggles, Gil and Kelly and most of the kids went snow skiing for the first time, and the entire family came together to celebrate I Love You Day...and those are just the highlights! Relive all those moments and more in this recap video.


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Photo/video courtesy of UP

6 comments:

  1. I'm curious if you know of a way to watch the Bates without a TV subscription of some sort?

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    1. You can watch some online at UP TV but if you'r like me who has limited internet its hard!! :-) :-)

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  2. If you have an amazon prime account, you can subscribe to their UpTV channel (they have a 30 day free trial period)

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  3. Watching the re-cap of Michaela's wedding on UP tonight, I wondered about Gil performing the ceremony. Is he an ordained minister or licensed officiant who actually has the authority to perform weddings? I had always heard that he is a lay preacher in a non-denomination church. No insult intended...just curious.

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  4. Yes, I wonder also how is it that Gil is a preacher? I thought he worked for Nabisco Co., then went in to tree trimming for work. How does he qualify to marry anyone in Tennessee? thanks for responding.

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    1. It's pretty easy these days to get a license over the internet. Some people do it just so they can officiate at weddings and funerals.

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