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If Bachelor Pad's Chris was in hot water with the women last week, this week his situation started boiling over. After ditching his partner Blakeley to hook up with Jamie, Chris then made the ultimate switch by choosing Sarah for his one-on-one date. When they didn't come home until the next morning, the ladies got angry. Fortunately for Chris, he was safe this week and was able to get one member of his love square out of the house. But in doing so, host Chris Harrison says Chris has put a big, fat target on his back. Read on for more of Harrison's thoughts on Chris' "stupidity," why Kalon and Lindzi's romance hasn't been featured and a shocking elimination.
"If at first you don't succeed try, try again." That's the mantra Bachelor Pad's Reid followed which ultimately cost him the game. On the third episode of this summer's guilty pleasure, Reid attempted to get his Bachelorette Season 5 comrade Ed axed, but fell short thanks to Sarah cluing Ed into the plan. With help from Jaclyn, the duo turned the ploy around and got the Philadelphia realtor eliminated. And now that the back-stabbing has really begun, host Chris Harrison says it only gets more tense from here. Keep reading for more on the new alliances, why the challenge was harder than it looked and who Harrison says is sliding through the game.
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.
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.
Bachelorette host Chris Harrison warned us that Emily and Kalon's interaction on Monday's Men Tell All episode would be contentious — and boy, was he right. In a clip from the upcoming episode, Kalon attempts to apologize for calling Emily's daughter Ricki "baggage" on the show. "Emily, obviously, I would like to apologize for the way things transpired. ... I am trying to use it as a growing experience in my future relationships," he says.