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“The Bachelor” Season 17 Spoiler: The Drama Escalates in Canada Tonight

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As if last night’s “Bachelor” wasn’t dramatic enough, the tension mounts a whole lot more in the Canada episode screened tonight. If you don’t want to know why, don’t read any further. Simple!

One-on-one dates tonight go to Catherine Giudici and Desiree Hartsock. Don’t get over excited by Tierra in her bikini in an icy lake. She doesn’t die of hypothermia.

The group date is a canoe ride on the beautiful glacial waters of Lake Louise, where Sean reveals the girls’ surprise. Huh, some surprise! They get to strip down to their swimsuits and jump into the near-freezing waters of the lake for a polar bear plunge.

Predictably, someone refuses to do it, and even more predictably, another woman needs to be seen by medics after her plunge into freezing cold water. Of course it’s Tierra needing medical attention. Seriously, “Bachelor” lovers – did you really expect it to be anyone else!

Desiree’s one-on-one date requires her to rappel 400 feet down a cliff in Banff National Park.

Catherine and Sean share a romantic tryst on a glacier in Jasper National Park as they are set to embark on a rugged joy ride in a monster snow truck to an ice castle built just for them, even down to the roses frozen in the ice. Catherine will attempt to show her more serious side in hopes of melting Sean’ heart.

Selma Alameri and Daniella McBride get eliminated tonight.

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