Prior to the start of Monday night’s new episode of “The Bachelor,” we thought that this may be the perfect time to actually sit down and take a look at just how the rest of Sean Lowe’s season is going to progress. Even though we are going to know the final three tonight, the crazy thing is that we are still three weeks away from actually learning who the Dallas businessman is going to end up proposing to in romantic Thailand.
Tonight is obviously the most obvious episode, since this is the hometown dates that will feature the families of Catherine Giudici, Desiree Hartsock, Lindsay Yenter, and AshLee Frazier. There will be three ladies at the end of this, and they will will all get an opportunity to visit Thailand with Sean for the first time on the February 25 episode.
However, in between these two episodes, there is also another surprise. As we have already told you, ABC will air a special entitled “Sean Tells All” on Tuesday night that takes a different approach at the journey that Sean has been on for much of this season. Hasn’t much of this season been Sean “telling all”? While the answer to this is obviously “yes,” ABC is really just trying to milk the show since they literally don’t have anything else to air for ratings on Tuesday.
As for the “Women Tell All,” Chris Harrison said recently that it will be taping later this week, and thus we expect it to air between the final three and finale on Monday, March 4. Usually, this is when the show airs, though there have been occasional exceptions over the years.
The finale for Sean’s season will air on March 11, and it will of course be a three-hour event as usual (even though we all know that this could be done in two … or one, if they really wanted to).
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