WHAT WOULD BYRON'S LIFE BE LIKE WITH MARY, TANYA OR CINDY?
THE BACHELOR FINDS OUT WHEN HE "PLAYS HOUSE" WITH EACH OF
THE FINAL THREE LADIES - ALL VYING FOR THE LAST TWO SLOTS -
ON ABC'S "THE BACHELOR," WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10
For the First Time, The Bachelor Confronts a Woman's Ex-Boyfriend
"Episode 607" - Byron gets a sneak peek at what life would be like with each of the final three women, as Mary, Tanya and Cindy invite him to their homes, where he gets an inside look at their singles' lifestyles. First, Mary takes Byron home to Tampa, Florida, where they play softball and hang out with her married friends. For the first time ever, the Bachelor meets an ex-boyfriend of one of the women; it turns out, the husband of one of Mary's friends is her "ex." Over dinner at her place, Mary - flashing back to her painful denouement with former Bachelor Bob Guiney - tells Byron she may not be willing to introduce him to her parents, even if he offers her a rose.
Next, Tanya and Byron head West, drinking beer and bull-riding with her friends in Plano, Texas. Although she reassures him of her strong feelings, Tanya also explains to Byron that he will not be getting the chance to meet her father - a highlight of becoming one of the final two women - should Tanya make it to the next rose ceremony.
Finally, when Cindy takes Byron for drinks on the beach and to meet her friends in Hermosa Beach, California, Byron gets a strong warning from her male friend that he had better not hurt Cindy. At dinner, Cindy confronts Byron, cautioning him not to pick her unless he is truly serious about her. As the stakes get higher, Byron must narrow the field to the final two women, and the pressure mounts, on "The Bachelor," WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10 (9:00-10:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
The three remaining ladies are:
Cynthia, 37, charity foundations director, who currently resides in Hermosa Beach, CA
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.
This program carries a TV-PG,S parental guideline.