After a season of hookups, backstabbing, fights, and even more tears, the ousted Bachelor Pad contestants are about to crown either Rachel and Nick or Chris and Sarah as the winning team.
Bachelor Pad's Chris Harrison: I can't believe Nick took control of the game
So who deserves the money?
"Money is ugly."
Who knew that when we first heard Rachel say that during a preview for this season of Bachelor Pad, she'd be talking about the decision that could ruin her relationship with her best friend Jaclyn.
On the penultimate episode of the ABC reality series, Nick and Rachel dominated the final challenge and got to choose whether Chris and Sarah or Ed and Jaclyn would join them in the finale. Shockingly, Rachel went along with her partner's wishes and ousted her bestie. Below, host Chris Harrison shares why he feels sorry for Rachel and previews next week's "wild" finale. Plus: What was it like rocking out with '80s band Night Ranger?
It's the penultimate episode of Bachelor Pad, and we're down to the final four couples. At this point, the game really comes down to winning challenges. So, who's one step closer to the $250,000 prize? Let's find out.
Chris Harrison announces that after the next competition, one couple will leave immediately. The teams go outside for "Hanging by a Thread," which challenges the players' brains and brawn.
This week's Bachelor Pad begins immediately after last week's crazy twist, and Rachel is hysterical that Michael, whom she's falling in love with, has left. Chris Harrison comes into the house to tell everyone there are now just 10 of them left and they'll be competing as couples from here on out. Nick, the odd man out, is now with heartbroken Rachel. Meanwhile, everyone is shocked that Chris is still in the game and everyone seems to want him gone.
This week's Bachelor Pad begins with Blakeley celebrating the fact that her "shady" partner's plan didn't work and instead her alliance had her back. And now she's more than ready to get Chris, who's hiding in his bunk bed, out of the house. Of course, instead of manning up, Chris looks to call out Kalon for possibly lying to him about his vote. "I need to smack that kid in the face," Chris says before calling him an idiot to his face. Chris next goes to Ed and asks why he too lied to him. "I had to do what my partner wanted to do, respect that," Ed says. Chris then gets heated and he and Ed go at it. Chris seems to be making enemies left and right.