CHARLIE AND THE THREE REMAINING WOMEN TAKE ARUBA BY STORM, AS ALL THE ROMANTIC OVERNIGHT DATES TAKE PLACE IN ONE LOCATION FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER, ON ABC'S "THE BACHELOR"
Spying, Intimacy and Intrigue Fill the Air as Krisily and Sarah W. Continue The Greatest Rivalry in "Bachelor" History
In Another First, the Rose Ceremony Will Also Take Place on Aruba
"Episode 706" - In another outrageous "Bachelor" "first," all three remaining women - Krisily, Sarah B. and Sarah W. -- arrive in Aruba, completely unaware that the others are there -- simultaneously -- for their exotic overnight dates with Charlie. Shocked to see each other when they pull up to the hotel, Chris Harrison explains that, not only will all the dates take place in Aruba, but so will the rose ceremony, which will decide the final two women. The claws come out as the ladies battle to stay in Charlie's heart. Will Sarah W. fan the flame that was reignited during her hometown visit? Will it make any difference to Charlie that Sarah B. refuses his invitation to stay overnight in his room or that Krisily makes a point of telling him that intimacy is a key factor in a relationship? It's a wild, romantic ride with each of the bachelorettes until Charlie must make a heart-wrenching decision to eliminate one of the women, on "The Bachelor," MONDAY, MAY 2 (9:00-10:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
Charlie and Sarah W. rock-and-roll, going all-terrain vehicle (ATV) riding and taking a crazy trip on the Kukookunuku bus, but stopping long enough for a passionate interlude in the ocean. That evening, as Charlie and Sarah W. discuss their relationship at dinner, Krisily is lurking in the background, straining to hear their conversation. After dinner the couple takes a moonlit dip in the ocean and shares another fiery kiss.
As they head out on a sailboat, Charlie and Sarah B. finally kiss for the first time. They also discuss Sarah B.'s past engagement and how it affects her view of future relationships. After dinner they discuss the possibilities of either one moving to where the other lives, then head back to Charlie's hotel room. They kiss again, but Sarah B. remains true to her nature and, after telling Charlie she isn't comfortable staying the night, she leaves.
Meanwhile, Krisily is in seventh heaven, having never been out of the United States. Out to spoil her good time, the conniving Sarah W. tracks her down and attempts to discuss their issues. The two women agree to disagree and remain locked in combat over Charlie. Krisily feels like a fairytale princess as she and Charlie meet for a cocktail. They go "snuba diving," a cross between snorkeling and scuba diving, which proves another problem for the claustrophobic bachelorette. During their romantic dinner, Sarah W. is up to her old tricks, trying to spy on them in Charlie's room, but the couple isn't there. Krisily takes the opportunity to tell Charlie that being intimate with someone special is important to her, and the couple go back to his room and close the door.
Charlie is left with the daunting task of eliminating one of the women in the next rose ceremony on the island, as the other two prepare to meet Charlie's parents.
The final three women are:
Krisily, 25, salon coordinator, who currently resides in Warwick, RI
Sarah B., 24, labor & delivery nurse, who currently resides in McKinney, TX
Sarah W., 24, in fashion design, who currently resides in Los Angeles, CA
Hosted by Chris Harrison, "The Bachelor" is produced by Next Entertainment in association with Telepictures Productions. Mike Fleiss is the executive producer. Lisa Levenson and Scott Jeffress are co-executive producers.
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