Posted: 7:37 p.m. Monday, Feb. 10, 2014
By Julia Wayne
Juan Pablo Galavis has some big, life-changing, heartbreaking, soul-wrenching decisions to make this week on The Bachelor, when he heads down to New Zealand. Is it finally time for him to say adios Clare Crawley? Will he make us cry the same way he did when he dropped our best friend for life, Kelly Travis, in Vietnam? So many questions are on our mind as we head into Season 18 Episode 6, and there are only a few hours until we see it go down.
Basically, Juan Pabs has to be super careful when it comes to how he wades through the remaining eight girls on The Bachelor. In Episode 6, he only gets himself deeper into hot water with his choices. Rather than the three girls he left at a noodle shop in Da Nang (what the pho he was thinking?!), he’ll only be saying g’bye to two gals next week.
Unfortunately, both of the lovelies who are going to high kick home are gorgeous NBA-loving dancers. Yep, that’s right, Juan Pablo must really take to zorbing and rugby while in Lake Taupo, Vietnam, because he decides basketball — and the girls who dance about it — aren’t his thing anymore. So which barbies does he throw some shrimp on (stay with us)? Cassandra Ferguson and Kat Hurd, according to Reality Steve.
Cassandra gets axed on her birthday, making her the second gal (after Lucy) who had a pretty bittersweet start to the new year. To make matters worse, Juan Pabs apparently doesn’t even let her finish the group date, on which they go zorbing (Google it), before kicking her back home. We suppose he’ll say something about wanting to get her back to son Trey ASAP, and if he wasn’t feeling it, then that’s the right thing to do. But she’s gorgeous and seems sweet and nice and peppy… so, what’s the problem? Ugh, men.
As for Kat… we’re drawing a blank there, too. She went on his second 1-on-1 date in the second episode, put up with running as the main part of their date, and always has a smile on her face. Enthusiasm must be exhausting for Juan Pablo. Whatever his reasoning, she’s out, Steve says. So, we have those two tragic losses to look forward to...