Transcript for Jason Mesnick and wife Molly relive his 'Bachelor' season
through Wednesday at 8:00 P.M. Turns out former bachelor Jason mesnick is reliving his season on "The greatest seasons" with his runner-up and wife Molly and told will reeve all about it. Will you marry me? Reporter: It was one of the most jaw-dropping moments in bachelor history. I haven't been able to stop thinking about Molly. So you're telling still in love with Molly. Reporter: Single father Jason mesnick breaking it off with Melissa Rycroft for runner-up Molly. Are you still in love with Molly? Yeah. Reporter: A shocking moment Jason says he's tried not to relive. So long ago and only really two months of my life and I know that's the world's identity of me but not like my identity with my family and friends. Reporter: Last night reliving his season. Jason discovering he really is just that emotional. The whole crying -- my friends don't know -- I wish nevered although obviously I put my mark in the bachelor Reporter: He says he doesn't blame Melissa for never watching. Gosh, if I was her too I probably wouldn't watch it. I think she was able to move on and create an awesome family. Reporter: 11 years later and married to Molly for ten their kids have tuned in and Jason says his son, 15-year-old Ty has watched the season. When it came on Netflix a few months ago he went through and watched the whole thing and we talked about it. Reporter: While 7-year-old Riley has only seen the wedding. You may now kiss your bride. She just knows mommy is a princess. That's totally fine. Reporter: Will their future be rosy. Roses aren't our choice anymore. Now? You've never wanted them. Reporter: When asked whether they would encourage their kids to go on the franchise, Jason and Molly laughed wondering if it's still going to be on. "The bachelor" will live on forever. It airs Mondays at 8:00 P.M. Why are you so tick manied about the rose part? It's funny they don't like roses now after all that.
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