May 14, 2007 12:01 AM by Joe Blackmon
It’s the ultimate whirlwind for the final three women – Bevin, Danielle
and Tessa – as they travel to Andy’s current home state of Hawaii for
romantic overnight dates. At the end of each intimate evening, the
Bachelor will present the bachelorette with an invitation to spend the
night in a "fantasy suite," with the hope that she will accept. But
will she? The three ladies are falling hard for the handsome
Lieutenant, but Andy takes the time to have a serious conversation with
them about being an officer’s wife. It’s a wild, romantic ride with
each of the women — until Andy has to make a heart-wrenching decision
to eliminate one of them — on "The Bachelor: Officer and a Gentleman,"
MONDAY, MAY 14 (9:31-11:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
The overnight dates take place on the lush island on Kauai. However first Andy takes all three women to visit a place of great significance to him — the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor — where they tour the monument and he emphasizes both the significance of being a Navy officer’s wife and the sacrifice she might have to make in this role.
Andy’s first dreamy date with Tessa starts with a pulse-racing course of zip-lines high above the jungle floor, and ends with a romantic evening sipping champagne in a moonlit hammock. Danielle joins Andy on a catamaran for a day of whale watching and snorkeling. She shares with him that a psychic once predicted that the third relationship she would have would be with the man meant for her. Could that be Andy? Later that night, Andy surprises Danielle by inviting a psychic to join them during dinner, which leaves her speechless. His third and final date with Bevin begins with an adventurous kayaking trip, followed by a jungle hike and sexy swim beneath a waterfall. For dinner the two have their own private luau, but then Andy hits her with some tough questions to help him get closer to his final decision.
Before the rose ceremony, Andy struggles to make a difficult decision between the three very different women – as he wrestles with the fact that he must break another woman’s heart. He is so torn, he decides to call his best friend to help him sort things out. The final two women receive the next critical rose to go home with the Bachelor to meet his family.
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.