When you are a show that has been on as long as “The Bachelor” has, then there are very few opportunities that you really have to actually do something that has not been done before. With that in mind, we’ll at this point gladly take a surprise that has not happened on the show since just about its very beginning.
So what was it? In a new post on his Twitter account, executive producer Mike Fleiss shared the following message about the taping going on at the moment for Sean Lowe’s season:
“Something happened last night that hasn’t been seen since Season One. Can u guess???”
So what precisely is Fleiss talking about? That is still a guessing game, and season 1 was really so long ago that we really have a very vague memory of it. Our guess is that it likely involves something that happened at a Rose Ceremony, mostly because that is where most of the drama really tends to occur. Regardless, this is the first real moment of drama that we have heard about from the show thus far, which is certainly a good thing considering that there were some worries out there that Sean may actually be a little bit too straight-laced for his own good at times. We has our concerns of this very thing before the season started, but then we remembered one thing: really, it is the contestants who bring the drama more so than the lead. So long as Fleiss and ABC assembled a good pool of contestants that we can both love and hate, we’ll probably be happy with the end result so long as we are entertained along the way.
What do you think that Fleiss could be talking about? If you want some more scoop from Sean’s season, all you have to do is click the story over at this link.