April 30, 2007 12:01 AM by Joe Blackmon
Now the pressure is really on, as Andy struggles to decide which four
women he will escort home to meet their family and friends. But first,
one lucky bachelorette experiences a fairytale date with the handsome
Bachelor, complete with million dollar jewels and a glamorous dress.
Another lady sets out on a very sensuous individual date with the
Lieutenant, as they create their own blend of wine. On the only group
date, four women join Andy in a charity project, transforming a rundown
Los Angeles elementary school playground into a safe haven for
kindergarten kids — which may change his perspective on the
bachelorettes — on "The Bachelor: Officer and a Gentleman," MONDAY,
APRIL 30 (9:45-11:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
Before Andy has to get down to serious business, the remaining six women spend a relaxing day on his yacht. However Bevin is determined break up the group’s fun and sun, pulling the Bachelor away for kayaking and some intimate alone time.
Tensions rise with the tide, but later that night one of the women shares a sumptuous wine tasting with Andy in a romantic penthouse overlooking the Los Angeles skyline. After mixing and creating their own wine, the couple get to use their "love potion" to paint a one-of-a-kind masterpiece.
This week’s only group date has special meaning to Andy, as he and four bachelorettes work together to renovate a rundown Los Angeles elementary school playground, turning it into a secure recreational area for the kindergarten children. But the Bachelor has a surprise up his sleeve, as the youngsters wait anxiously to see the finished project. With charity and humanitarian works close to Andy’s heart, he gets to see an important side of his prospective mates.
On a final individual date, one woman is treated like a princess, dressed to the nines in diamonds and a spectacular dress, as she and Andy visit a beautiful Japanese garden for a romantic dinner for two.
In a Bachelor "first," two of the remaining women decide to sneak into Andy’s deliberation room at the cocktail party and, by the end of the night, he must narrow the field to just four women – the four who will invite him into their families’ homes – while two leave brokenhearted.
Hosted by Chris Harrison, "The Bachelor: Officer and a Gentleman" is a production of Next Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Television. Mike Fleiss and Lisa Levenson are the executive producers. Martin Hilton and David Bohnert are the co-executive producers.