Week two and already one girl left voluntarily. Yoga instructor Katie just wasn’t feeling it, citing that this process wasn’t for her. Also on the chopping block were Mother of Two Diana and Brooke.
Who got kicked off:
One-on-one: The first one-on-one went to Sarah, the one-armed ad exec. In true Bachelor fashion, a helicopter arrived at the mansion to pick up the pair and drop them off onto the roof of a building in downtown LA. They went scaling down the building. As Sarah leaned down to look over the edge of the building she asked Sean, “What catches you?” That would be the ground, Sarah.
Group date: The group date consisted of a photo shoot, where the winner scored a book for appearing on the cover of Harlequin romance novel. I’ll save you the suspense – the Ford model (the most prestigious modeling agency you can get, as we were so humbly informed the first night), Kristy won. Surprise surprise.
Daniella: She just makes me chuckle. I think it is the fact that she is from San Francisco and seems to be embracing the plant commonly associated with the city. This entire episode her interviews consisted of her narrating other girls’ make-out sessions with Sean. Seems like every time she was interviewing with the producers, Sean was making out with a different girl behind her. Kind of hilarious. I’m glad he’s keeping her around for comedic effect.
One-on-one: Desiree. Sean takes Desiree to an art gallery. What he doesn’t tell her is that he hired a few actors. If we’ll remember from Emily’s season of The Bachelorette, Sean is a bit of a prankster. When he took Emily home to meet the family, he made her believed he still lived at home. I thought it was hilarious, but Emily did send Sean home that night. Just sayin’. Anyway, Sean sets it up so that Desiree is left alone with this million dollar art piece and it breaks. The artist (one of the actors) comes in and gives Desiree a hard time about it.
Cute quote: Sean referencing Desiree as he’s watching the hidden camera footage of Desiree getting railed for “breaking” the most valuable art piece in the gallery: “She’s so sweet. I am a bad person.”
I thought it was funny, and I give Desiree mad props for not picking her nose when she was left alone in the art room. And apparently, @Possessionista agreed.
Tweets of the night:
Rose Ceremony: Cray cray alert. Something weird is going on with Amanda. She was dark and brooding around the other ladies in the house, not responding to questions/conversation; then when Sean is around she flips a switch and her squinty eyes and a Cheshire cat grin is glued on her face.