Guten Tag, Gasmii! Previously, on “The Bachelor,” Tierra went home. That’s all you need to know.
And there was much rejoicing.
It’s time for Sean to go on the hometown dates. He will be spending time with the families of AshLee, Catherine, Lindsay, and Des. The previews hint at lots of drama (especially from Des), so let’s get right to what looks to be a pretty exciting episode.
Because every episode starts with a half-naked (and weirdly hairless) Sean!
First, Sean is heading to Houston, TX to meet with AshLee and her family. AshLee interviews us with a lot of cliches because she only knows how to speak in sentences that would fit on a bumper sticker. She tells us that her life has changed drastically and she didn’t know what true love was until she met Sean. Apparently, true love = going on a reality show and sharing a man with 25+ other women. I guess that’s what I’ve been doing wrong. Now I know why I’m still single. Thanks for clearing that up, AshLee.
Sean arrives and he, AshLee, and her dog go on a picnic. Sean tells us that AshLee has been a front runner since the beginning. I guess he forgot about last week when she was the last girl to get a rose. AshLee interviews that she’s been dreaming about this day for as long as she can remember. AshLee has some fucked up dreams. She tells Sean that her family isn’t a typical “Pastor’s family” because her dad is into motorcycles. I didn’t realize that Jesus and motorcycles were mutually exclusive. That doesn’t sound all that weird to me. The pastor in the church I grew up attending owned a Corvette with the license number “Revs Vett.” Also, I’m pretty sure I learned every religious joke I know from that man.
Sean tells AshLee that his dad is a pastor as well! He’s not the head pastor, but he does preach at Sean’s church. I’m willing to bet that just means that Papa Lowe is a reader from time to time or he sometimes serves as a communion assistant. His father being a pastor seems like something he would have brought up with AshLee sooner.
My dad was an usher once. That’s totally the same thing as a pastor, right?