BYRON'S 'MYSTERY DATE' REVEALS TWO BACHELOR "ALL-STARS"
RETURNING TO GIVE LOVE A SECOND CHANCE, AS THE
COMPETITION HEATS UP ON ABC'S "THE BACHELOR"
"Episode 603" - During a surprise 'mystery date,' Byron discovers that two more women are throwing their hats into the ring for his affections, as two of "The Bachelor's" past "All-Stars" return for a second chance at love. Meanwhile back at the house, the women are shocked - and many are furious -- to discover that they now have added competition. How will Byron handle bringing these two ladies back to the house?
Byron must also choose his next "White Rose" date, a romantic flight on a vintage plane followed by a sunset dinner at the CAF WWII Aviation Museum in Camarillo, Calif. Then, once again, he'll select three women for his dramatic "Last Chance Talks." Who will get the roses? Do either of the "All-Stars" have a chance at winning his heart? Find out on "The Bachelor," WEDNESDAY,
OCTOBER 6 (9:00-10:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
The 10 remaining women are:
Amanda, 27, cosmetics buyer, who currently resides in New York, NY
Andrea, 33, dental hygienist, who currently resides in Denver, CO
Cheresse, 31, advertising director, who currently resides in St. Louis, MO
Cynthia, 37, charity foundations director, who currently resides in Hermosa Beach, CA
Elizabeth, 28, in pharmaceutical sales, who currently resides in Chicago, IL
Jayne, 37, dog groomer, who currently resides in Key Largo, FL
Kristie, 32, bar owner, who currently resides in Windsor, Canada
Krysta, 28, financial analyst, who currently resides in Oklahoma City, OK
Susie, 32, insurance broker, who currently resides in Hollywood, CA
Tanya, 31, teacher, who currently resides in Plano, Texas
Hosted by Chris Harrison, "The Bachelor" is produced by Next Entertainment in association with Telepictures Productions. Mike Fleiss is executive producer. Lisa Levinson, Scott Jeffress and Jason Carbone are co-executive producers.
The program carries a TV-PG,L,S parental guideline.