Emily and the six remaining men are in Prague, just one week away from hometown dates! Who will get to take our Bachelorette home with him and who's getting left behind? Let's get to recapping.
The first one-on-one date of the week goes to Arie. The two walk around the city hand-in-hand, try some hot wine and share lots of kisses. But while everything looks perfect on the outside, Emily says she knows Arie is hiding something. Since Arie's past relationship with producer Cassie has become public, the show then cuts to...
Emily and her men have arrived in Croatia for the next step of their Bachelorette journey, and Travis is the lucky man who gets the week's first one-on-one.
First up, he and Emily explore the town, hand-in-hand. They wind up at the "balancing stone" where if you can stay up on the rock, you'll be lucky in love. After a few failed tries, Travis hangs on. Good sign for things to come? At dinner, Travis tells Emily about his broken engagement and that no one did anything wrong, but it just wasn't right. He also admits he hasn't dated in the two years since. After a seemingly great dinner, Emily says, "From Day 1 you've been someone who's brought light to every situation...but I don't know if we have that romance." She lets Travis go (I'm actually surprised), and he is heartbroken.
On this week's episode of The Bachelorette, Emily and the gang are headed to Bermuda for fun in the sun and some manly competition. But before the group date, we get a one-on-one date, which goes to Doug. Immediately, the single dad gets nervous and the guys waste no time before playing up his insecurity and pushing his buttons.
The two head off to shop around the island town and Doug also tells Emily about a charity he started. Emily is more and more impressed, but equally nervous that he can't possibly be that perfect. So at dinner she calls him out on it and even asks him what his ex would say was her biggest complaint about him. Doug responds that he spends too much time with her son, and again she wonders if he's just saying the "right thing." But when Doug asks Emily about her flaws she realizes maybe it was a tougher question than she thought. So with that, she hands him the rose, but he doesn't give her a thank you kiss.
Emily Maynard, Ryan
This week's episode of The Bachelorette proved how easy it is for guys to stick their feet in their mouths. Between Alessandro calling Emily's daughter a "compromise" and Ryan telling Emily he wouldn't "love on her" if she got fat, host Chris Harrison says he's amazed at how dumb the men acted. Keep reading for more from our weekly chat.
We begin with Emily chatting with her mom while the men are meeting Chris in the courtyard to get the first date card of the week, which goes to Chris. Before we know it, they're walking through downtown Charlotte, hand-in-hand, until they reach a building — that they'll have to climb up. The ropes fall from the top and the harnesses come out and the two are getting ready to scale the wall. As they're climbing, the wind picks up and lighting flashes, so Emily starts to freak out. And it doesn't help there's now a crowd below. They soon reach the top, but rather than kissing her, Chris gives Emily a high-five. How, um, romantic?
The Bachelorette is back! It feels like it was just yesterday that we watched Ashley and J.P. find love and now it's time to join Emily as she searches for her happy ending. Will her season end in another proposal for her? Time to find out.
We re-meet Emily and hear her story about getting engaged to NASCAR driver Ricky Hendrick, who died a few months later in a plane crash. Shortly after his death, Emily found out she was pregnant and is now raising her 6-year-old daughter Ricki. Although Emily's engagement to previous Bachelor Brad Womack ended, she still believes in the process and hopes to find love again.
Allie Jablon and Roxanne Wilson, The Apprentice
It was girls' night out — literally — on NBC's The Apprentice last week when Synergy's dressing of Embassy Suites staffers drew a sour reception from employees, leading the Donald to dispatch Allie Jablon and Roxanne Wilson, Season 5's remaining ladies. Did their culottes campaign get short shrift? Which of the guys has their votes to win this thing? And what was up with that lingering hug? TVGuide.com chatted up the runners-up.
TVGuide.com: Allie, were you sad to see your single-handed effort to resurrect culottes get thwarted?
Allie Jablon: I thought they were really cute! This is the thing: We really took a lot of time to interview about 30 different housekeepers, and it w
The ApprenticeWhat a day for the Donald! Not only was his son, Barron William, born on Monday, he also got rid of Brent. One baby in, one baby out. He didn't even need a second boardroom meeting to get it done. Brent said he was "a nuclear weapon in the boardroom." More like a suicide bomber.
The cereal-ad project began with the candidates meeting the Donald at the Trump Grill at Trump Tower. Which, I presume is down the Trump hallway from the Trump bathroom, just past the Trump foyer. Honestly, is there no building or building part this guy won't put his name on? I'm no psychiatrist, but I believe he has an edifice complex. There, the candidates learned they were creating a billboard for Grape Nuts Trail Mix Crunch, which I'm guessing ha
According to Star magazine, both Britney Spears and her hubby have been heard telling people that they are expecting a second child. "Britney's pregnant again," Kevin Federline is reported as having revealed to a pal. Seeing his friend's reaction, K.Fed then allegedly remarked, "Yeah, it shocked the s--- out of me, too." (I know, it's like he oozes class.) The couple already have a car-seat-aphobic 5-month-old son named Sean.