Episode 2 of Bachelor Pad picks up immediately after the rose ceremony, and Erica Rose is smiling ear to ear. David, though, knows he has a huge target on his back now. Brittney and Erica, meanwhile, are screaming at each other, crying, calling each other sluts, and threatening to leave. "Every guy's fantasy is twins, but I don't think they've met these twins yet," Lindzi says, putting it perfectly.
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11. Worst Argument: After he's put into the bottom three on The Glee Project, Abraham delivers a perfectly fine performance of Michael Jackson's "Man in the Mirror" for his last-chance performance. But after feeling that he gave less than his best, he storms back onstage to tell Ryan Murphy and the other judges just how much he deserves to stay. "I'm not freaking leaving until I win this competition and you write a role for me on Glee," he proclaims. Murphy appreciates his initiative...
If Bachelorette fans are hoping to see a more likable side to Kalon on Bachelor Pad, they'll be waiting a long time.
"He's still pompous, he's still arrogant — he's still Kalon," host Chris Harrison tells TVGuide.com.
Just hours after Emily Maynard got her happy ending on The Bachelorette, it's already time to tune into the franchise's guilty pleasure hit, Bachelor Pad. So let's get to recapping!
The Bachelor Pad
What do you get when you take 21 very good-looking people and mix in a bunch of cameras, some alcohol, hot tubs and the chance to win $250,000? Bachelor Pad, of course.
Before Monday's premiere, we chatted with host Chris Harrison, who played a little game of word association with us and helped us size up the competition.
It's my favorite episode of The Bachelorette season when Emily reunites with her more memorable "exes." First, Emily chats with Chris Harrison about some of the more interesting and dramatic moments throughout the season, including Ryan's "trophy wife" comment and Kalon's "baggage" remark and some of the painfully awkward times like Doug's mid-breakup kiss. So what did the men have to say for themselves? Let's find out!
Not yet! First, we get...
Ryan and Emily
After enduring weeks of cocky comments, The Bachelorette's Emily finally let Ryan go — but not without him putting up a fight.
"It was a big hurdle for her to realize it wasn't right with Ryan," host Chris Harrison tells TVGuide.com. "She's very attracted to him, and a part of her wanted to say yes, but she has too many good guys here."
In our weekly chat, Harrison talks about Ryan's "weird" exit, why they allowed Emily an extra rose and how next week's episode handles Arie's past relationship with a producer. Plus: How is the new Bachelor Pad cast doing?
"Controversial" may be an overused word to describe The Bachelor, but with the heat Ben received for the women he cut (ahem, Emily), the one he kept around (eventual winner Courtney) and the decisions he made (skinny-dipping!), there is no better way to sum up this season. We checked in with Chris Harrison, who shares why he feels the hate went too far, if he thinks the engaged couple will last, and why Lindzi didn't seem too upset about her rejection. Plus: Harrison explains the new twist on Bachelor Pad and shares his cast wishlist.
Although she split from fiancé Ed Swiderski, Jillian Harris says she'd do her season of The Bachelorette all over again in a heartbeat — and she'd even pick Swiderski again.
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