The latest show in ABC's “The Bachelor” franchise has it all: Gorgeous men and women, a tropical locale, and dreamy dates. And cat fighting, backstabbing, and Chris Harrison.
“Bachelor in Paradise,” a campy a new twist on the traditional rose ceremony, airs its second episode tonight, and the show’s host has now revealed that it’s a must-see episode. On Monday, Chris Harrison tweeted, “Tonight on #bachelorinparadise find out why a Putz and this balcony will have the whole country talking.” He included an Instagram pic of a high hotel balcony.
Harrison previously teased, “I promise if you miss [Monday] night's show you'll wake up Tues wondering what everybody is talking about #BachelorInParadise.” The host with the most also revealed that the action takes place in the first ten minutes of the show.
Spoiler king Reality Steve has already posted the complete spoilers for the show, and he reported that things go down in this week’s episode when a “Bachelorette” alum gets busted after a note from his hometown girlfriend is found by one of the other contestants. In addition, Chris Bukowski, the guy who tried to crash Andi Dorfman’s recent “Bachelorette” season but was turned away by the Atlanta based beauty, returns for another round on the ABC franchise. Bukowksi previously competed on ”The Bachelorette” Season 8 and the third season of “Bachelor Pad.”
But if we’re talking spoilers, what’s the deal with the alleged “putz” that Harrison refers to? Well, it turns out the “putz” may be a “Bachelor in Paradise” employee and not a contestant.
Reality Steve posted that a major storyline—which looks like it will play out tonight – involves an affair between contestant Michelle Kujawa and a sound technician for the show. The two were reportedly caught in a compromising position by producers. The “Bachelor” blogger later wrote: “The sound guy jumped out of her room off the balcony and apparently broke both of his legs or feet. I swear I couldn’t make this up if I tried.“
Promos for “Bachelor in Paradise” have already showed an ambulance, crying contestants, and someone saying there is blood everywhere. Could this be the fallout from a sound tech’s fall?
Tune in to “Bachelor in Paradise” on Monday, Aug. 11 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.