The Bachelorette: Three Men And A Lady
Commentary by RTVC Staff Writer Romantic Rose
July 11, 2012
On the Episode 9 of The Bachelorette, Emily goes on fantasy dates with her final three bachelors and must send one home.
Sean, Jef, and Arie are probably the best final three in the history of The Bachelorette, so the decision won’t be easy.
After writing a big “Emily + ?” on the sand at a gorgeous Curacao beach, Sean’s date begins.
Emily is concerned that he hasn’t told her he loves her yet. Come on, Sean, you’re in danger of being the one who goes home because he won’t open up or tear down his walls or break through his guard rail or whatever other cliché describes someone just too cautious to fall in love after a couple of dates.
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Emily and Sean leave in a helicopter. Whew, for a minute there I thought the show had lost its love of choppers.
They go to a beach, spread a blanket on the sand, and talk about politics.
No, Sean talks about his three-year relationship that didn’t work out. I hope his former girlfriend isn’t listening, because it would be hard to hear.
His ex kept bringing up marriage, and he kept changing the subject. He loved her but wasn’t in love with her.
Girls, if you keep bringing up marriage and he keeps changing the subject, you’d better update your online dating profile and practice your duck lips in the mirror, ‘cause it ain’t happening with him.
Yeah, yeah, whatever, Sean. Emily doesn’t seem that interested in his ex. What about her? Sean likes her. He feels strongly about her. He lo—Oh, is that snorkeling gear?
After they snorkel, they meet for dinner on the beach.
The love clock is ticking, and just when it seems that our bachelor may be distracted by another sporting object, instead he brings it.
He breaks out a letter he wrote to Ricki, to be read to her if Emily picks him.
Maybe there was a literacy requirement this season? How can a bachelor help little Ricki with her spelling if he can’t compose a decent love letter? First Ryan, then Jef, now Sean. Arie, you’re next.
The letter is sweet. Sean talks about never replacing her dad but being there for her and loving her mom with every ounce of his being. It also sounded like a grown-up letter.
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