Chris Harrison, Jake Pavelka
In this week's Bachelor, the high-flying pilot Jake narrowed it down to four girls who will be taking him home to meet the parents. In her first one-on-one date with the Pavelka, Corrie revealed that she was saving herself for marriage, and finally opened up about why their relationship had been progressing at a slower pace. Too late in the game to let her guard down, Corrie was sent home. Host Chris Harrison tells TVGuide.com that Corrie most likely didn't have a chance and explained why both he and Jake have learned from bachelorette Gia never to judge a "book by its cover."
TVGuide.com: Did Corrie ever have a chance?
Chris Harrison: I honestly don't think so considering...
On this week's episode of The Bachelor, the talk comes to marriage as Jake and the five girls remaining try to find love in San Francisco. After only a few weeks, and last week's bachelorette bloodbath (sending four girls home in one episode), Jake must now make the tough decisions as the hometown dates episode nears.
Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney
Bachelor couple Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney will walk down the aisle on ABC, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The two-hour special, The Bachelor: Jason and Molly's Wedding, on March 8 will include the bride's...
Chris Harrison, The Bachelor
Chris Harrison told TVGuide.com that this week's episode of The Bachelor would have another "first" — and it did. Not only did Jake choose to send home both Ella and Kathryn on his two-on-one date, but he also decided to send an extra woman home during the rose ceremony. TVGuide.com spoke to Harrison about Jake "cleaning house" and how Tenley has become the front-runner...
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On this week's episode of The Bachelor, Jake and the ladies take a road trip and more than a few women get left behind.
The first stop on the trip is to a vineyard in Santa Ynez, a fun and romantic spot for his one-on-one date with Gia. Vienna's mean side rears her ugly head as she predicts Gia's big city personality won't be able to tough it out in the vineyard. Vienna is more than wrong, as Gia and Jake click right from the start. After a very cheesy game of hide-and-seek, they play a slightly less cheesy game of spin-the-bottle and share a romantic night in front of the campfire. Gia and Jake hadn't spent a lot of time alone up to this time, but there seems to be lots of chemistry and Jake is more than happy to give her a rose at the end of the night.
Thanks to the scandalous affair between a contestant and a staff member, this season of The Bachelor has already been a bumpy, dramatic ride. And it seems things are just getting started. As the passion heats up and the number of ladies vying for Jake Pavelka's heart decrease, we talked with the Bachelor himself about breaking protocol on Monday's episode, the in-fighting between ladies in the house and his take on Rozlyn's relationship with one of the show's producers...
This week's Bachelor episode had another surprising exit when Jake asked Michelle to leave while on the group date. Host Chris Harrison chatted with TVGuide.com about Jake's no game-playing attitude, why next week's rose ceremony will feature another Bachelor first, and how Harrison is 200 percent sure the pilot will never bungee-jump again.
On this episode of The Bachelor, two gals get one-on-one dates and not two, but three are sent packing by Jake himself.
Vienna gets the first one-on-one date and as the bubbly 23-year-old jumps into the car, Jake goes on and on about dating women he may not normally date, and getting out of his comfort zone. On their date, they take a helicopter to a bridge where they jump, just one problem. They're both afraid of heights? Last time I checked she's supposed to be fun-loving and he's supposed to be a pilot but OK. However, Jake makes a positive out of a negative in saying that he and Vienna can overcome their fear together and bond in the experience and also share a first kiss "unlike any first kiss I've ever had," Jake says. Vienna gets a rose, much to the shock and disappointment of all of her housemates.
In the series premiere of this heartwarming new drama about a family reconnecting, foster teen Lux (Britt Robertson) tracks down the birth parents she never knew in order to get their signatures for emancipation papers. First she meets irresponsible Baze (Kristoffer Polaha), who lives on top of a bar he runs, and then she meets perfectionist Cate (Shiri Appleby), a radio talk-show host. The encounters are supposed to be brief, but the judge reviewing Lux's emancipation case has other ideas.
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