THE BACHELORETTES GET A REAL TASTE OF NAVY LIFE WHEN A DRILL SERGEANT
PUTS THEM THROUGH THE RIGOROUS PACES OF A BOOT CAMP, ON
"THE BACHELOR: OFFICER AND A GENTLEMAN," APRIL 16, ON ABC
Dr. Andy Baldwin Treats a Bachelorette Injured at Boot Camp;
A Mud Spa Proves to Be a Down and Dirty Battle Among the Women for Private Time with Andy
"Episode 1003" � A physical Bachelor boot camp proves too much for one bachelorette, who receives top notch medical attention from Andy. Then a relaxing mud spa turns out to be the backdrop for a wild group date where the women clash to get some time alone with the Bachelor. In another over-the-top confrontation racing high performance Saleen supercharged cars, the ladies are all revved up to land a one-on-one date with Andy, and a final date on an aircraft carrier will be the end of the road for one woman, on "The Bachelor: Officer and a Gentleman," MONDAY, APRIL 16 (9:30-11:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
The bachelorettes get a rude wake-up call from a drill sergeant, as they participate in a rough and tumble Bachelor boot camp, with one tough woman winning a rose. Unfortunately Bevin is injured, but Andy shows off his medical expertise and bedside manner, rushing to her rescue. He then unwinds with five beautiful ladies at a mud spa, which quickly turns into a down-and-dirty tussle to capture some alone time with the Bachelor. In the end, one lucky woman gets a private massage from the handsome doctor.
Next, four fabulous ladies accompany the Bachelor to a racetrack to see who revs his engine and who stalls out. Andy chooses one bachelorette to take on a romantic sunset drive to the beach.
On the dramatic final date, Andy gives two women an inside look at his life as a naval officer when they visit an aircraft carrier in San Diego. But there's a catch: At the end of it, there's only one rose to hand out. While one woman goes home in tears, Andy sweeps the other woman off her feet and into a waiting helicopter.
At the rose ceremony, Andy must send three ladies home in heartbreak, as he narrows the field from 12 bachelorettes to nine.
The 12 remaining women are:
Amanda, 26, financial analyst, who currently resides in Dallas, TX.
Amber, 23, teacher, who currently resides in Sugar Land, TX.
Bevin, 28, clinic research coordinator, who currently resides in Palo Alto, CA.
Danielle I., 25, graphic designer, who currently resides in Bethel, CT.
Erin, 24, financial analyst, who currently resides in Dallas, TX.
Kate, 24, boutique owner, who currently resides in Charleston, SC.
Nicole, 26, sales manager, who currently resides in Charleston, SC.
Peyton, 24, sorority recruiter, who currently resides in Dallas, TX.
Stephanie T., 27, organ donor coordinator, who currently resides in Folly Beach, SC.
Stephanie W., 23, project manager, who currently resides in Overland Park, KS.
Tessa, 26, social worker, who currently resides in San Francisco, CA.
Tina, 26, medical student, who currently resides in Hollywood, CA.
Hosted by Chris Harrison, "The Bachelor: Officer and a Gentleman" is a production of Next Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Television. Mike Fleiss and Lisa Levenson are the executive producers. Martin Hilton and David Bohnert are the co-executive producers.
"The Bachelor: Officer and a Gentleman" is broadcast with Spanish subtitles via secondary closed captioning. A TV parental guideline will be posted closer to airdate.