Since last week where our handsome Texan hometown hunk got rid of the ever-annoying and drama-filled Tierra, things seem to be heading in the right direction.
Now Sean Lowe, the self-confessed celibate virgin, has recently dropped hopeful Desiree Hartsock after meeting her family. Her opinionated and mouthy brother might have scared off her meaty man by claiming Sean is nothing but a playboy, out having fun. In reality - not TV reality - he is pretty much spot on. If that were any other guy dating four women at once, that's what we'd call him. But when it is scripted to marry, it is so much more than that!
So he moves on with three ladies remaining to the exotic and beautiful Thailand, the perfect setting to fall in love. I'm not going to hide my favorites, in order of hopefulness. First place is AshLee Frazier. She is obviously head-over-heels in love with the guy and he seems quite smitten as well. If a man values a woman's opinion that much to get rid of someone else, it's on like Donkey Kong.
Second place is the Army brat Lindsay Yenter. She's cute and fun and all but young. Like really, really young to be getting married and having a family except for in central Pennsylvania. Last and probably least is Catherine Giudici with her long lashes and cute, chubby cheeks. As cute as it is to move in with a girl who still lives at home with her mom and two sisters who warn you to stay far away, I just don't see that happening. Again still a child and not ready for a family.
But The Bachelor does not disappoint! Tuesday night there is the gossip-laden show of "Sean Tells All" where we find out why he sent Des home and more on why Tierra should have never been on the show. And here's a little nugget before the show: apparently, the two final lovebirds are waiting until the finale airs to make any major steps and trying it out real world style first. A virgin, abstinence and a postponed wedding... maybe this is reality TV after all.