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‘The Bachelorette’ 2013 Spoilers: Overnight Date Details for July 29 Episode

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Overnight dates take place on “The Bachelorette” 2013 Monday night and spoilers here reveal what happens in what’s ready to be a “dumpster fire,” as the show’s host — Chris Harrison — claims.

Desiree Hartsock’s first overnight date is with Drew Kenney. They first run around the island of Antigua by jeep. They explore the tropical paradise sightseeing and kissing a lot. They attend a local festival and later share a beachside dinner. Drew tells Desiree he’s “totally love struck” and wants to propose. Desiree invites Drew to the fantasy suite, but will Drew accept?

In other spoilers for “The Bachelorette” 2013 for the overnight dates, Desiree’s second date is with Chris Siegfried. Chris and Desiree take a helicopter ride to a deserted beach. They hit the water and later have a romantic dinner. They discuss their future plans, but Chris puts Desiree on the spot about needing her to relocate for his career if she chooses him as her fiance.

Finally, Brooks Forester is Desiree’s third overnight date. The show picks up in drama here. Brooks shocks Desiree by leaving because he has to visit to consult with his mother and sister about his feelings. He battles strong feelings for Desiree when he’s with her, but struggles with feelings of insecurity when he’s not with her. His mother and sister give him the reassurance he needs before going back to Antigua. When Brooks arrives, he meets with Chris Harrison for a heart-to-heart talk. Whatever they discuss is alarming enough to Chris, that he insist Brooks open up to Desiree about it. Whatever the drama is about, no one knows for certain what it entails. This is where the finale is a two-part episode that continues into next week.

“The Bachelorette” 2013, week 10, airs Monday, July 29 on ABC at 8 p.m., ET/PT.

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