The Bachelor Season 17 Episode 5 RECAP 02/04/13

The Bachelor Season 17 Episode 5 RECAP 02/04/13Tonight on ABC The Bachelor returns with a new episode as Sean Lowe continues to try and find love. On last week’s show a challenging week was ahead for the 13 remaining bachelorettes as Selma learned that what she thought was an opulent date would actually be a rock climbing adventure.

Eight women join Sean for a rock’em sock’em roller derby match, which ended with a trip to the hospital. Leslie H. was the stunning bachelorette that Sean surprised with a Rodeo Drive shopping spree a la “Pretty Woman,” and an elegant romantic date that ended with the couple being treated to a VIP private concert from folk-rock-pop artist Ben Taylor. But the controversy continued to swirl around one disruptive woman even as the others try to deepen their connection with Sean. A tension-filled rose ceremony left 11 bachelorettes remaining to join Sean on a journey around the world to find love. Did you watch last week’s episode? We did and we recapped it for you HERE.

A two-night Bachelor special event begins tonight with Sean whisking the remaining 11 bachelorettes away to picturesque Whitefish, Montana, to explore his romantic connections. But the outspoken Tierra and sweet natured Jackie face off in the dramatic two-on-one date, and one of them will be sent home immediately. The Bachelor attempts to escalate his relationship with Lindsay to new heights when the couple takes an astounding helicopter ride over the gorgeous mountains of Montana’s Glacier National Park. Eight women get to compete in a Montana relay race, including milking goats, with the winning team getting to spend more time with Sean. And one controversial bachelorette continues to cause a firestorm in the house, leaving Sean to worry if he will ever find his wife.

Come back tonight at 8PM for our live recap of The Bachelor 2013 Sean Lowe episode 5 and find out which women will remain.


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