The first one on one goes to Selma. She's pretty, but I'm not interested enough in her to care whether she stays or goes.
Sean takes her on a private jet and they fly to... the desert. Oh, how romantic.
They go rock climbing, and although I would have had fun, she's entirely too wussy for him. She's a big baby for awhile, but she's able to suck it up and power through. They make it to the top and enjoy a beautiful view.
At night, he takes her to an rv park, where each trailer was decorated in a different theme. Do they even have dinner? I only saw them drinking wine.
Selma reveals that due to her Arabic upbringing, she cannot kiss Sean on national television (apparently it's ok to drape herself all over him though). She gets the rose.
OK, lamest date ever. Moving on.
The group date has Lindsay, Robyn, Jackie, Catherine, Amanda, Ashlee, Sarah, and Tierra. Sean makes the girls play a crazy scary game of roller derby. Have you ever seen one of those matches? Those girls are straight ruthless.
Poor Sarah has a disadvantage right away with only one arm. Her balance is off and she keeps falling, and it's hard to get up with you're on roller skates and you only have one arm.
Amanda bites it hard and maybe breaks her jaw. After she is rushed to the hospital, Sean is concerned enough to call off the roller derby match. Smart move, Sean. That was a law suit waiting to happen.
I love the group dates because the cattiness always comes out. Tierra freaks out and says she doesn't want to be here anymore. Her stupid immature ploy works and instead of letting her go, Sean gives her the rose. Did you see that little smirk on her face when he left her to get the rose? Oh, she knew exactly what she was doing. She plays dirty.
And Sean just lost the respect of the seven other girls on the date.
Leslie H gets the final one on one date... with some fancy pants earrings!
Leslie is great because she is just enjoying the experience. She's just happy to be with Sean. Sean takes her to Rodeo Drive and lets her pick out whatever she wants. Leslie has a great day reliving the famous scene from Pretty Woman, even including the diamond necklace from Neil Lane.
Uh oh... but Sean says he doesn't really feel romantic feelings towards her, and he's hoping that something spark tonight.
That's Bachelor-speak for "Leslie's going home tonight."
Poor Leslie... Sean is honest and says he doesn't feel it, and sends her home. Ben Taylor plays for Sean alone.
Now for my favorite part: the cocktail party!
Robyn starts things off by claiming stake on her man and getting some lip time. I like Robyn. She's a smart, strong, confident woman, and she's not afraid to call it as she sees it. Sean seems to like her too.
Tierra surprised everyone by pulling Robyn and Jackie aside and apologizing to them. I get the apology to Robyn, but what was the deal with Jackie? I don't remember any drama. I don't know what Tierra was hoping to get out of this apology, but I don't think she got what she wanted.
Catherine makes a move and she kisses him. Just in time... I thought she was about to cross over into the friend zone.
Chris Harrison make his first appearance of the week and announces the end of the cocktail party.
Who's going home? I really have no idea. Maybe Daniella.... I think he's made pretty strong connections with everyone else.
Selma (one on one)
Tierra (group date)
Oh, Daniella barely squeaked in, but he sent Amanda home instead. It's just as well, she has crazy hair.
Don't forget that the bachelor is on two nights next week! Monday and Tuesday! Double the drama!