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The Bachelor 2012 Season 16 Episode 2 SPOILERS: Kissing On A First Date

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Tonight in Bachelor 16, Ben Flajnik takes the ladies to his hometown of Sonoma, CA. If you want to get some advance insight into what happens, read on. If not, walk on.

Ben has a 1-on-1 date with Kacie Boguskie, watching home movies. They also go into town shopping. She buys a baton and shows off her twirling skills with it. They grow closer watching home movies of Ben’s late father.

In the group date, twelve of the girls audition for a play that children are staging. The women are called upon individually to perform a series of embarrassing impersonations for Ben and the children. After casting the women in roles ranging from a princess to a weasel, Ben drops another bombshell: the performance will take place that night in front of a live audience. One anxious bachelorette flubs her lines, but recovers nicely and steals the show and a kiss from Ben. You can see who in our photo.

Blake is shameless in this Bachelor episode. That causes poor Samantha to rush to the bathroom in tears.

Next is a 1-on-1 date with Courtney Robertson for a romantic picnic. Ben’s dog Scotch gets in on the act too. They share a moonlight tractor ride at a winery.

It’s much calmer than the cocktail party, where the women bitch, steal Ben, cry and generally over-dramatize the situation.

At this point, Jenna Burke and Shawn Reynolds are eliminated at the rose ceremony. So it looks like Jenna isn’t forgiven for last week.

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