The Bachelorette

Season 5 Episode 8

Week 8 (Season 5)

Aired Monday 8:00 PM Jul 06, 2009 on ABC
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Week 8 (Season 5)
Jillian and the final four bachelors head to Spain. The overnight dates include flamenco in Madrid and a picnic in Seville and also overnight dates in the fantasy suites. At the rose ceremony, one more guy is sent home.

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  • Goodbye, Wess!!!!! You will not be missed!!!

    FINALLY!!!!!! =D I am so glad Jillian was finally able to see Wess for what he truly was: a snake. He finally admitted that he only came on this show to get publicity for his musical career. He never came on the show to find true love. He had a girlfriend for Pete's sake!!! I wonder what she thinks about him going on the show...I guess that's something we don't have to worry about anymore. Now, Jillian has 3 bachelors that really do care for her, and are on the show to find love as well. This episode was probably the best so far. Other than Wess leaving (which was spectacular!), the dates were sweet, romantic, and fun! =D Kypton is nice, and I see that he really cares for Jillian. Ed really cares for Jillian too, and I saw that they both had a wonderful time on their date. But the real bachelor that should win Jillian's heart is Reid. He really does love Jillian. He's sweet, funny, romantic, etc. I could go on and on and on about his qualities, but I won't. Instead, I'll just say that I hope Jillian picks him =Dmoreless

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    • This weeks dates were in Spain. Jillian and Kiptyn spent time together in Madrid. There were two dates in Sevilla with Reid and then Ed. Finally there was a date with Wes in Barcelona.
      This was the Fantasy Suites week too, but Jillian told everyone that she wasn't ready for that yet, but she did spend some time with Ed trying to catch up with the time that they had missed when he'd returned home.
      Wes was sent home at the Rose Ceremony.

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