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The Bachelor Season 16 SPOILERS: Country Catfight Tonight?

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Tonight The Bachelor season 16 goes a little bit country with a Clay Walker concert but that is just where the drama begins.

Courtney Robertson gets too big for her britches and some of the other girls are out to show her up for what they think she is. But does that end in an all-out catfight?

This week, Ben and Jennifer go on a one-on-one date and get serenaded by Clay Walker. Then, as Ben Flajnik takes the women horseback riding and fly fishing, it becomes obvious that Courtney is only interested in hooking Ben, and the other ladies are ready to call her out on her behavior when Ben is not around. Emily takes matters into her own hands, and decides to tell Ben about Courtney’s behavior, but will Ben be surprised? And will backfire in Emily’s face? Let’s just say that Courtney is not a happy bunny over it.

Ben and Jennifer also go rappelling on their date and things go great. He reminds her again that he thinks she is the best kisser. Of course she gets a rose on the date.

Rachel also gets a 1 on 1 date on week. They go up in a helicopter and it is romantic time, but she has a bit of trouble opening up to Ben.

The group date this week sees the girls fly fishing and horseback riding with Ben. Another lucky lady gets a rose.

Most sources seem to agree that Monica Spannbauer and Samantha Leavy are the ones to leave tonight. What do you think of Ben’s choices?

The Bachelor 2012 airs tonight.

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