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Bachelor Pad 2011, Season 2 Spoilers: Your Final Four!

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Bachelor Pad is off to another start and the second episode of the season was even more dramatic than the first. Sure, last week brought about a lot of emotion and turmoil with Jake Pavelka and Vienna Girardi but this episode caused waves throughout the entire house.

So what were the highlights of tonight’s episode?

Blake and Holly – Blake and Holly seem to be hitting it off despite Holly receiving a rose from her former fiancé Michael and Blake receiving a rose and making out with Melissa. Guess we’ll see where this goes (spoiler alert, Holly and Michael team up at some point since they make it pretty far this season).

Gia – Gia seemed to have things together for the majority of this episode but her paranoia got the best of her and she ended up ruining her game completely. Once she realized there was no turning back, she got hammered and walked off the show.

Ames and Jackie – Despite Gia’s self-elimination, there was still one woman sent home tonight. That woman was Jackie but she didn’t leave alone. After he limo began pulling away from the mansion, Jackie’s love interest Ames (from Ashley Hebert’s season) went running after it, jumped in and left the show.

Told there was a lot of drama tonight!

So who actually makes it far this season?

We can exclusively reveal that your final four are: Graham Bunn and Michelle Money and Michael Stagliano and Holly Durst!

Who would you like to see win this year?

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