THERE'S PASSION, PARADISE AND PANIC ON ABC'S "THE BACHELOR,"
AS THE LADIES FALL FURTHER FOR BYRON AND ONE WOMAN
DISAPPEARS IN A JEALOUS FIT, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27
Chris Harrison Springs a Surprise on the Remaining Four Women
"Episode 605" - Three very different and romantic "white rose dates" leave Byron torn between the remaining ladies. On a passionate picnic atop a Malibu cliff, Cindy falls even further for Byron. But Jayne's feelings also intensify when she and the bachelor rendezvous for a second time, heading off into the sunset on horseback and arriving for a romantic dinner on a country mountainside. On the third date, Byron and Mary share a sweet bond - James Bond - as Byron whisks her off on a 007 adventure to the classy and romantic Hotel Casa Del Mar for dinner, followed by a sexy dip in a candlelit hot tub.
Meanwhile, back at the house, panic ensues when Jayne walks in on the ladies holding a trash-talk session about her! Distraught, Jayne, in a jealous fit, nearly has a breakdown and runs off to find the only person she thinks can comfort her - while the women frantically try to find Jayne before she does something she might regret.
After Byron narrows the field from six to four, Chris Harrison has a surprise announcement for the remaining women, on "The Bachelor," WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27 (9:00-10:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
The six remaining women are:
Andrea, 33, dental hygienist, who currently resides in Denver, CO
Cheresse, 31, advertising director, who currently resides in St. Louis, MO
Cynthia, 37, charity foundations director, who currently resides in Hermosa Beach, CA
Jayne, 37, dog groomer, who currently resides in Key Largo, FL
Mary, 36, in real estate sales, who currently resides in Tampa Bay, FL
Tanya, 31, teacher, who currently resides in Plano, Texas
Hosted by Chris Harrison, "The Bachelor" is produced by Next Entertainment in association with Telepictures Productions. Mike Fleiss is executive producer. Lisa Levinson, Scott Jeffress and Jason Carbone are co-executive producers. The program carries a TV-? parental guideline.