The Bachelor RECAP 01/21/13: Season 17 Episode 3

The Bachelor RECAP 01/21/13: Season 17 Episode 3

Tonight on ABC The Bachelor returns with a new episode. On last week’s show the 19 remaining bachelorettes moved into the mansion with hopes that they would end up as Sean’s soul mate and future wife. But first our Bachelor had a few tricks up his sleeve, as he took Sarah on a jolting one-on-one adrenaline date, while Desiree got the full hidden-camera prank treatment to see if she had a sense of humor.

The group date gave 13 lucky ladies the chance to compete in a photo shoot challenge to win a deal to appear on the cover of several famed romance novels. But it didn’t take long for the drama to ramp up, and an intense rose ceremony lied ahead. At the end two girls went home on top of Katie who already left and they were Diana and Brooke. Did you watch last week’s episode 2? We did and we recapped it for you HERE.

On tonight’s show A potential record-breaking date for the world’s longest on-screen kiss gets Lesley M.’s heart all aflutter, while the claws come out at a very competitive volleyball group date that reveals some of the women’s true colors. Sean’s magical date with AshLee at an amusement park is shared with two girls who suffer from a chronic illness. The Bachelor has one more surprise for his date and the girls: a private concert by his favorite country group, Eli Young Band.

However in the middle of this, one bachelorette takes a nasty fall down the mansion stairs – or is it just her way of getting Sean’s attention? Finally, Sean stirs up a shocking finish to the night right before the rose ceremony.

So come back tonight at 8PM for our live recap of The Bachelor 2013 Sean Lowe episode 3 and find out what 13 women will remain.


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