Well, the three fantasy suite dates on The Bachelor are officially over, and not surprisingly, each of them was just as boring and anticlimactic (hee hee hee) as we expected. Oh c'mon -- we all know Sean Lowe is saving himself for marriage, so there's absolutely no way he got busy with AshLee, Lindsay, or Catherine this week. (Or at least that's what we're assuming based on what a stand-up dude Sean is.)
Ugh. What a waste of three perfectly gorgeous hotel suites. But enough about the lack of sex -- let's cut to the chase. Out of all the remaining women, it's so blatantly clear that there's one who stands out from the rest.
Oh yeah -- Sean's in love alright, and it's totally obvious that he already has his mind made up as far as who he will propose to in the end.
Um, yeah -- it's GOT to be Catherine Giudici. For sure. To put it simply -- Sean has a different look in his eye when he's around her. He lights up when she walks in the room, he gets all cheesy and shy whenever she opens her mouth, and he looks disappointed when he has to tell her goodbye. He's got it bad for that girl, and I'll be absolutely shocked if he doesn't put a ring on her finger at the final rose ceremony. (It really seems like a done deal, you guys.)
Don't get me wrong, I love Lindsay -- she's a doll. But Sean doesn't act the same way around her as he does around Catherine.
And Good LORD -- did AshLee turn on the crazy when Sean sent her home, or what? Instead of bowing out with class and wishing Sean well, she acted like a spoiled little brat. And in that moment, she went from being America's sweetheart to the biggest bullet Sean could've possibly dodged -- other than Tierra LiCausi, of course.
Oh man, I can't wait to hear what she has to say on the Women Tell All special next week.
Do you think Sean made the right decision in sending AshLee home? And do you think he'll pick Catherine or Lindsay?
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