Sean Lowe sends two women home on the fourth episode of "The Bachelor" that airs on Jan. 28, 2013, weeding out more contestants as he gets closer to making his final three picks in his quest for love.
One contestant will go home at the rose ceremony, with another packing her bags after an opulent one-on-one date.
Sean starts off the fourth week with 13 ladies and will be down to 11 by the end of the night.
There are two one-on-one dates this week and a group date with 8 contestants.
While this hasn't been the most dramatic season in "Bachelor" history, tonight's group date might be just what fans want to see if they enjoy drama.
The ladies have no problem getting down and dirty competing in a roller derby. Amanda hurts her jaw and the second ambulance of the season rolls up to assist.
Reality Steve reports that Amanda is taken to the hospital. It looks like she's actually hurt, unlike Tierra who seemed to fake a fall down the stairs last week to get Sean's attention.
The first one-on-one date goes to Selma Alameri. Sean takes her rock climbing, likely to see if she is more than just a pretty face.
It seems that it was a successful date because Sean puts another notch on his "I-want-to-kiss-just-about-every-contestant" list and gives Selma a rose.
For the second one-on-one date this week, Sean picks Leslie Hughes. Or the producers tell him to.
ABC foots the bill for a shopping date on Rodeo Drive, complete with a visit to Neil Lane. Of course, Leslie will get to wear a pricey necklace and enjoy a concert that features Ben Taylor.
Hopefully the fancy date was enough for Leslie because Sean sends her home.
There is no rose for Leslie and it's likely she had to return what would have been a great consolation prize -- the diamond necklace. At least they could have given her a consolation prize.
Since Leslie was sent packing on her date, that means only one woman will not get a rose at the elimination ceremony.
It's not a good day for Amanda. Not only did she get injured on the group date, she doesn't get a rose tonight and has to leave the mansion.
Of course, none of the ladies seemed to like her, so her departure is a good reason to pour a few more glasses of wine and celebrate.
Next week, the 11 remaining ladies head to Montana for what will hopefully be more drama outside of the "Bachelor" mansion. Tune in on Feb. 4, 2013 to see who Sean Lowe sends home next.