“The Bachelor” Season 17 reaches Whitefish, Montana tonight, February 5, 2013. It’s a great week for “Bachelor” fans as the next episode follows Tuesday night so this week is a double-hander of kissing, b*tching and ditching.
Last week, Bachelor Sean Lowe sent home Leslie Hughes and Amanda Meyer so who was for the chop this week and who is starting to capture his heart. The clue is in the title, people, so if you don’t want anything spoiling for tonight’s episode of “The Bachelor” you better stop reading right here.
For those of you still here, let’s have a look at what we will see happen on Monday’s episode of “The Bachelor.”
Lindsay Yenter gets a romantic one-on-one date with Sean at the Glacier National Park and then to a Sarah Darling concert. There’s loads of cuddling and it’s quite cute. Lindsay confides in Sean about “the difficulties growing up as an Army brat.”
The group date involves throwing hay bales, milking goats and hiking in the woods. I’m sure Selma will be thrilled. Not!
But the real drama comes tonight when the girls turn on Tierra LiCausi, sick of her BS. Robyn is more upset than anyone with “the tierrarist” but Selma says it best, challenging Sean rhetorically: “You’re gonna wife that. And impregnate that?”
But is Sean seeing what the other girls are seeing, because he takes Tierra and Jackie Parr on the dreaded two-on-one date, which immediately becomes a “blistering competition,” according to the ABC synopsis of the episode. Jackie jumps at the opportunity to pull Sean aside and warn him about Tierra but will he listen, or will Jackie become another victim of the “Bachelor” curse of the telltale?
You know, I’ve always been one to speak my mind, but I think it’s time these girls learned to keep their mouths shut. Telling tales always gets you sent home.
Tierra once again fools Sean into giving her a rose, while he sends Jackie home, according to Reality Steve.
Then, during the rose ceremony, Sean opts to send Robyn Howard home.
I can’t wait for tomorrow’s episode to see for sure who makes it into Sean’s final four.