Tonight's The Bachelor: from altruism to affluence
Tonight's The Bachelor: from altruism to affluence
“I’m gonna get in my million-dollar car – and I’m gonna bring two million dollars worth of diamonds.”

On tonight’s episode of The Bachelor: Officer and a Gentleman, one of the Bachelorettes gets to go on a Cinderella date with Andy, another gets to go on a wine-tasting evening with him, and the remaining four work on a charity project. And two of the women decide to go where they’re not supposed to.

The six girls who are left are Amber, Bevin, Tessa, Tina, Danielle, and Stephanie W. By the end of the episode, he’ll have to narrow it down to four – next week each of these four will take Andy to meet their families.

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First, though, all six of them spend a day on the yacht with Andy. Some of the girls get jealous when Bevin suggests to Andy that they try out one of the inflatable kayaks on the yacht, resulting in a little unplanned one-on-one time. Later that night, Stephanie W and Andy have an individual date in a romantic penthouse.

The next day, Bevin, Amber, Tina, and Danielle go on a group date – no luxury on this date, as they work to renovate a run-down school playground and then reveal it to the children. Andy apparently asked The Bachelor’s producers to arrange for one of the group dates to be in community service, as he wanted to know how his “future wife” felt about charity work like this. Does this mean one of these four is his chosen one? Not especially.

Finally, Tessa gets to go on a “fairytale date with the handsome Bachelor, complete with million dollar jewels and a glamorous dress.” They visit a Japanese garden and share a romantic dinner.

During the cocktail party before the rose ceremony, two of the remaining women decide it’s a good idea to sneak into The Bachelor deliberation room. Hmm, that doesn’t seem like a smart idea. Who do you think it’ll be?

-Mel, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: ABC, Reality TV Magazine
Photo credit: ABC

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