As America mourns that Colton Underwood once again did not jump the fence, Kunis thinks she knows why he does it -- plus, she calls b.s. on another contestant.
Mila Kunis is a "Bachelor" super-fan, and she proved it by geeking out hardcore over the current season during an appearance on "Ellen" Tuesday.
While America was in deep morning yet again that Colton still hasn't jumped that damned fence -- and why else are we even watching this show? -- Mila thinks she knows exactly why it's going to happen. And honestly, it's as good a theory as any, and better than most.
"Cassie is the problem. I think that either she leaves the show or he proposes and she says no," Mila told Ellen. "He says in every single episode, my biggest fear is that I'm going to propose to somebody and they're going to say no."
She also called b.s. on Never-Been-Kissed Heather after simply watching her supposed first kiss with Colton on the air. "The first time I kissed someone did not look like that," Mila admitted. "It takes a second to be like, Where's the nose go and what's the face doing? The first time you do it, you're awkward. She was like in there."
Ellen wasn't so sure, though, thinking that most everyone knows something has to be done about the nose. You can't just head in nose to nose.
"Ellen, there's no way the first time you kissed somebody you were like--"
"I was amazing. I was incredible," Ellen insisted, interrupting Mila.
Later, Ellen had to give Mila some airtime to tease her husband, Ashton Kutcher, for his well-intentioned but not exactly flawless Valentine's Day gift from last year. "It's the thought that counts, guys, and it's such a beautiful thought," Mila said before she even went into the sordid details.
It all stems back to a fascination Mila and her children shared watching a robin nest outside of their kitchen window. "It was the most beautiful thing it was like a robin's nest and we got to see the birds being born and everything; we were fascinated with these little birds."
Asthon picked up on that, and his heart was in the right place, even if the result was more like something Kelso from "That '70s Show" might do.
"For Valentine's Day, Ashton got me two little lovebirds," Mila said proudly. Only that's not exactly what happened. Ellen recommended a bird place for her to take their new pets for grooming and when they got there, they were in for a rude awakening.
"She informed us that we in fact did not have lovebirds but instead have parakeets," Mila said. "They're like called budgies. We have budgies."
To the untrained eye, there are enough similarities between the birds that a mistake like this could be made, but Mila and Ellen decided it was the fault of the big-box pet store Ashton called who totally told him these were lovebirds. The big difference for Ellen was the cost.
Ashton certainly saved a buck as parakeets cost roughly ten bucks each, while a lovebird starts closer to $40. Still, it's the thought that counts. And regardless of species, we're sure Mila and the kids are enjoying watching these two cozy up just as much as they did the wild birds out the window.