IT'S A ROMANTIC WHIRLWIND FOR THE FINAL THREE BACHELORETTES
AS BRAD SWEEPS THEM AWAY FOR FANTASY OVERNIGHT DATES IN
CABO SAN LUCAS, ON "THE BACHELOR," MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5
"Episode 1107" � Romantic adventures await Brad and the final three women � Bettina, DeAnna and Jenni � as they travel to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, for action-packed overnight dates. Romance blossoms separately for Brad with each woman. Then he tops off each date with intimate dinners designed to gain him further insight into his potential mate. At the end of each evening, the Bachelor will present the Bachelorette with an invitation to spend the night in a "fantasy suite," with the hope that she will accept. But will she? It's a wild, romantic ride with each of the women -- until Brad has to make a heart-wrenching decision to eliminate one of them � on "The Bachelor," MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5 (10:15-11:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
Brad takes DeAnna on an exciting dune buggy ride, Bettina for a day of competitive sailing in a World Cup racing boat off the warm waters of Mexico, and Jenni on an exhilarating swim with the dolphins.
DeAnna lays her heart on the line and admits she is falling for the handsome Texan. Bettina has a difficult time getting past the awkward hometown date the couple had, as she tries to convince Brad of her genuine feelings for him. During their romantic dinner, Jenni struggles to reveal her true feelings for Brad. She would rather show him.
As Brad gets closer to his final decision, only two women receive the next all important rose and will meet his family. One woman leaves Cabo San Lucas heartbroken.
The remaining three women are:
Bettina, 27, a realtor from Hermosa Beach, CA.
DeAnna, 25, a realtor from Newnan, GA.
Jenni, 27, a Phoenix Suns dancer from Wichita, KS.
Hosted by Chris Harrison, "The Bachelor" is a production of Next Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Television. Mike Fleiss and Lisa Levenson are the executive producers. David Bohnert and Martin Hilton are the co-executive producers. "The Bachelor" is broadcast with Spanish subtitles via secondary closed captioning. A TV parental guideline will be posted closer to air date.
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