A NIGHT IN NICK'S ROMANTIC PAST COMES BACK TO HAUNT HIM; AN OUTRAGEOUS WEDDING PHOTO SHOOT TURNS BAWDY; AND SIX OF THE WOMEN 'BREAK UP' WITH
NICK, ON ABC'S 'THE BACHELOR'
"Episode 2102" - As Nick continues his search for love with the 22 remaining beautiful bachelorettes, Liz is particularly anxious: she is keeping a tumultuous secret about her romantic past with the Bachelor. Twelve other women are excited to dress up for their own wedding photo shoot with their "groom," Nick. Danielle M. snags the first one-on-one date of the season, as the couple helicopter to a steamy hot tub aboard a yacht. Six women get to act out a dramatic and sometimes funny "break-up" with Nick at Los Angeles' Museum of Broken Relationships, but it is the weight of Liz's sexy secret that throws everything into disarray. Will one night of passion in the past derail Nick's chances at a happily ever after from the start? Find out on "The Bachelor," MONDAY, JANUARY 9 (8:00-10:01 p.m. EST), on the ABC Television Network.
Ascona Mansion in Los Angles is the site for the wedding photo shoot. The 12 women dress in a variety of wedding looks for their "special day" with Nick. Of course, one of the bachelorettes takes the bridal shoot to the next level and strips in front of the Bachelor and the other women. Then she continues her aggressiveness at the after party, continually interrupting Nick's alone time with the ladies. How will he react to this bachelorette's early assertive behavior?
Danielle M. is the lucky woman who gets the first one-on-one date of the season. Nick takes Danielle to an awaiting yacht off Newport Beach, where they share some sexy hot-tub time and then a romantic dinner on Balboa Island. Danielle, humble and sweet, is particularly vulnerable to the details of her heartbreaking past, but will she be able to open up this early on and share that with Nick?
The other women still have no idea that Liz was involved in a one-night stand with Nick. And now, it is weighing on Liz as she waits to talk to him. She decides she needs to unburden herself on one of the women.
Hollywood's "Museum of Broken Relationships" plays host to six women, who decide how they would "break up" with Nick, but Liz's "break up" routine seems different from all of theirs. At the after party, Nick learns that his secret is starting to come out and he has to make some drastic, stunning decisions to save his major opportunity to find love.
The 22 remaining women are:
Alexis, 23, aspiring dolphin trainer, Secaucus, NJ
Astrid, 26, plastic surgery office manager, Tampa, FL
Brittany, 26, travel nurse, Santa Monica, CA
Christen, 25, wedding videographer, Tulsa, OK
Corinne, 24, business owner, Miami, FL
Danielle L., 27, small business owner, Los Angeles, CA
Danielle M., 31, neonatal nurse, Nashville, TN
Dominique, 25, restaurant server, Los Angeles, CA
Elizabeth ("Liz"), 29, doula, Las Vegas, NV
Elizabeth, 24, marketing manager, Dallas, TX
Hailey, 23, photographer, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Jaimi, 28, chef, New Orleans, LA
Jasmine G., 29, pro basketball dancer, San Francisco, CA
Josephine, 24, registered nurse, Santa Cruz, CA
Kristina, 24, dental hygienist, Lexington, KY
Lacey, 25, digital marketing manager, Manhattan, NY
Rachel, 31, attorney, Dallas, TX
Raven, 25, fashion boutique owner, Hoxie, AR
Sarah, 26, grade school teacher, Newport Beach, CA
Taylor, 23, mental health counselor, Seattle, WA
Vanessa, 29, special education teacher, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Whitney, 25, Pilates instructor, Chanhassen, MN
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