March 12, 2012 03:00 PM by Lisa Princ
The Bachelor season finale is tonight on ABC, and Ben Flajnik will have to make the toughest decision of his life. Will Ben choose Lindzi Cox or Courtney Robertson? Before he will get the chance to choose, he will be given one final warning about Courtney, but not from one of the bachelorettes. Read on to find out who is uneasy about Courtney Robertson this time…
The Bachelor finale is only a few short hours away, and as we all sit around and wait to see who Ben Flajnik ends up proposing to (if anyone), we’ve got some more juicy details about tonight’s episode. In another ABC video preview that was not published by the network, Ben is shown chatting with his mother and sister. Ben’s sister asks whether or not either of the girls have not gotten along with the other bachelorettes, to which Ben replies telling his sister that Courtney, who is still there, did not get along well with any of the other women – hey, at least he was honest with his sister, right?
Ben’s sister does not look pleased at all to hear that news, and immediately tells Ben that it throws up a red flag for her. Despite his sister’s warning, Ben tells the camera that Courtney getting along with his family is important, but then adds that his sister has never liked any of his girlfriends. In another clip, Ben Flajnik and Courtney Robertson are shown making snow angels in Switzerland, and Ben admits that he feels more comfortable with Courtney than he has ever felt with a woman before…yuck.
All the spoilers claim that Ben and Courtney end up together, and maybe I am just a hopeless romantic, but I hope that Ben sticks it to Courtney tonight and chooses Lindzi. Who is with me? Leave us a comment below.
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