Monday night, viewers of ABC's “The Bachelor 2013” with Sean Lowe will get a wild and crazy episode. Those involved with the show have been hyping the insanity for days now, but just what is in store for fans? Monday, Jan. 28 EW and Chris Harrison shared a few teasers that, when put together with other “The Bachelor” spoilers available, give fans a taste of what lies ahead.
Viewers saw an ambulance get called for Tierra LiCausi's injury last week, and another ambulance is called for an injury during the group date roller derby. Harrison admits that the roller derby idea may not have been one of the greatest plans ever put together in “Bachelor Nation” history. Chris says it ends up being a really physical, rough date. It also seems that as things get more and more rough, Sean Lowe changes up the date a bit so that it is less dangerous and more fun.
Other “The Bachelor” spoiler previews show that Tierra LiCausi has a monumental breakdown and is really stirring the pot with the other bachelorettes. Of course when she's with Sean, however, she's sugary sweet. How long will her strategy continue to work? It seems it'll fly for a bit yet, but there are indications it will catch up to her. While previews make it seem that perhaps Tierra walks off the show tonight, she does end up sticking around.
Leslie Hughes gets the luxury date Monday night, which includes shopping on Rodeo Drive and a $500,000 necklace. Chris Harrison, however, calls this type of date the “make or break date.” He says that the contestants getting this date “are put so high on this pedestal, that if you fall, it's a tough one to fall from.” There are “The Bachelor” spoilers that indicate this may very well be the case this season for Leslie.
The other one-on-one date during episode 4 involves Selma Alameri going rock climbing with Sean Lowe. Chris Harrison notes that Selma struggles with getting cozy with Sean because her parents are Muslim and very conservative. While she doesn't necessarily follow the strict beliefs so much at this point, she does respect her parents and has to open up to Sean about where she's at in this regard. Will it become an issue between them?
By the end of Monday's episode, two more ladies will have been sent home. Will this episode live up to all the hype fans have seen on Twitter? Fans will have to wait and see, but it does sound like it will be quite the episode. Tune in to ABC's “The Bachelor 2013” with Sean Lowe Monday, Jan. 28 to see what happens.