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One of the dates ends badly for a bachelorette, while another runs out at the very dishy rose ceremony. Season 13, Episode 4January 26, 2009The nine remaining bachelorettes vie in a singing contest for a one-on-one date with Jason, who also accompanies six of the contestants to the set of "General Hospital," where they meet cast members Bradford Anderson and Kirsten Storms (and one earns a rose).And he takes two others, clad in evening gowns and riding in a Bentley, for a romantic night of dining and dancing.Will Ben break Lauren’s heart during the After the Final Rose broadcast on Monday, March 14?Is it possible Ben Higgins will immediately propose to Jo Jo Fletcher after humiliating Lauren Bushnell on live television?The candidates also meet Jason's son, Ty, and face pointed questions from other members of Jason's family.At the rose ceremony, a ,000 engagement ring is also at stake.He spends an evening on a houseboat with one, takes another on a seaplane ride (and a romantic fondue dinner), and the other three on a ferry ride.Some also spend an afternoon spilling secrets in a radio interview, and Jason gets marriage pointers from the station's morning DJs, married couple Jackie and Bender.
We had never before gotten more of a sense of the incestuous world of the “Bachelor” and “Bachelorette” shows. There was no shortage of Chris Harrison hyperbole — “One of the most anticipated weddings of all time.” — and he kept acting like the fact that it may or may not rain was earth-shattering. It’s only “ironic.” It also wouldn’t surprise us if Molly was getting paid by the “spend the rest of my life with Jason” comments. Jason Castro’s “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” was beautiful and the threat of rain brought them an actual rainbow, which is magical (really, that’s awesome). Molly’s strapless mermaid dress with the frouffy skirt (yep, that’s a word) was stunning. Speaking of songs, Gavin De Graw was there at the reception to perform “Follow Through.” That was cool. Here’s our theory about the “Bachelor” and “Bachelorette” shows. The show has gotten smarter by letting the couples see each other secretly during the time from when the finale tapes to when it airs. If Jason and Molly are willing to go through all this fuss, they probably really love each other and that’s great. Follow Zap2it Andrea on Twitter and follow Zap2it on Twitter and Facebook for the latest TV, movie and celebrity news.
Season 13, Episode 9March 2, 2009Season 13 finale: It's down to Melissa and Molly as Jason bestows his final rose.
But first, he has final dates with the two in New Zealand and meets a woman from his past---2008 Bachelorette De Anna Pappas.
Jason escorts another bachelorette to Malibu Beach, a third on a ride in a blimp, and eight others to a Hollywood boutique and another pool party (this one above Sunset Strip) before one contestant eliminates herself and two others are sent packing at the rose ceremony.
Season 13, Episode 3January 19, 2009Twelve candidates remain, 10 of whom get dates with Jason.