Welcome back to the wonderful world of white wine tears, roses, grammatical incorrectness and two-month journeys toward engagement. That's right, "The Bachelor," has returned -- this time with the ever-adorable former pro soccer player/current dad Juan Pablo at its helm.
Sean realizes that since weʼre coming into the home stretch, itʼs time to see what these girls are made of. And the best way to do that is by testing their willingness to be adventurous, as well as their unwillingness to get busy in the fantasy suite.
Chris Harrison typically earns his paycheck by confidently stating each week that what we are about to witness is the most dramatic rose ceremony ever. I have to admit that I was shocked by the girl who was left rose-less at the end of the night.
ABC has apparently been forced to cut the budget due to all the emergency vehicles that have been dispatched this season; they allow all six of our bachelorettes, plus Sean, to board the same seaplane bound for St. Croix.
"I love Canada," says Sean, when we first see him staring into the distant wild at Banff National Park. And as Chris Harrison helpfully informs us (and the ladies) it's "one of the most beautiful, most romantic places in the Canadian Rockies"! Oh boy!
This week on The Bachelor, we're headed to Montana so Sean can "test" some of the women (because he hasn't already put them into enough life-threatening situations) on how to brave the great outdoors. And we get the dreaded two-on-one date!
On this week's episode of The Bachelor, we're greeted by a shirtless Sean, inner-monologue-ing to us about the coming week while lifting weights and running on the treadmill. We get it -- these girls are lucky.
On the third edition of "Shirtless Sean Works Out," we confirm that Sean Lowe is unable to run on a treadmill with his abs covered up. That six-pack simply cannot be contained. (In fact, they even have their own Twitter account.)
Although we didn't actually see the incident, we did hear Tierra apparently fall down the stairs and a neck brace was issued. Next week, she completely melts down in front of Sean. Here's hoping he kicks her to the curb and asks her not to trip on her neck brace on the way out.
In this week's episode of The Bachelor, the producers wasted no time in getting all the clichés out of the way on the first date -- helicopter ride, skyscraper and harnesses, relationship-building jump.
Lindsay decided that the best way to get our "Bachelor's" attention was to borrow her cousin's wedding dress and veil, get rip-roaring drunk in the limo, stagger up to Sean and demand that he kisses the bride.