The Bachelor Season 27, Episode 3: Best and worst moments

THE BACHELOR - Ò2703Ó - Zach enters a crucial week of getting to know his women, full of surprises and exciting guest appearances. First up, an intimate one-on-one date at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles with an ending like weÕve never seen?before. Then, an after party is on the line when the Bachelor Bowl returns with guest appearances from Shawne Merriman and Antonio Gates, along with ESPNÕs Hannah Storm.?Later, Zach takes the expression Òfall in loveÓ to the extreme on his final one-on-one date of the week, which features a private concert from singer-songwriter Griffen Palmer; and a pool party at the mansion heightens tensions between some of the women in the house. As the stakes get higher, not everyone will make it to the rose ceremony on ÒThe Bachelor,Ó?MONDAY, FEB. 6?(8:00-10:01 p.m. EST), on ABC. (ABC/Craig Sjodin)ANTONIO GATES, ZACH SHALLCROSS, SHAWNE MERRIMAN
THE BACHELOR - Ò2703Ó - Zach enters a crucial week of getting to know his women, full of surprises and exciting guest appearances. First up, an intimate one-on-one date at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles with an ending like weÕve never seen?before. Then, an after party is on the line when the Bachelor Bowl returns with guest appearances from Shawne Merriman and Antonio Gates, along with ESPNÕs Hannah Storm.?Later, Zach takes the expression Òfall in loveÓ to the extreme on his final one-on-one date of the week, which features a private concert from singer-songwriter Griffen Palmer; and a pool party at the mansion heightens tensions between some of the women in the house. As the stakes get higher, not everyone will make it to the rose ceremony on ÒThe Bachelor,Ó?MONDAY, FEB. 6?(8:00-10:01 p.m. EST), on ABC. (ABC/Craig Sjodin)ANTONIO GATES, ZACH SHALLCROSS, SHAWNE MERRIMAN /
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The Bachelor Season 27 aired its third episode of the season Monday night, and Zach Shallcross continues to get better and better with each episode, in my opinion!

We had the requisite football-themed group date, a one-on-one overnight(!) in a museum, and a very surprising departure.

Let’s get to the best and worst moments of The Bachelor Season 27, Episode 3!

Christina Mandrell
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The Bachelor Season 27, Episode 3: Worst moment: Goodbye, Christina Mandrell

I’m sorry, but what’s not to like about Christina Mandrell? What was Zach thinking??

Here’s what I don’t get: Zach sends Brianna home because of his fears that she wasn’t being genuine. But then sends Christina home mostly because Brianna told him something negative about her.

So why would he listen to something Brianna said about another girl if he’s already sending her home?

We’ll never know!

I was just very taken by Christina Mandrell, partly because she was the only contestant (I think ever?) to get a first and last name.

What exactly did Christina Mandrell do wrong? Talk about her one-on-one too much? News flash, there are not a whole lot of other things to focus on in the mansion. They can’t use their phones, read books, or watch TV. Zach, by design, is the only thing to focus on, and I’m sure she was being prompted to talk about him at every turn.

Alas. I’m comforted by the thought that we will surely be seeing her in Paradise!

Farewell, Christina Mandrell. We hardly knew you!

The Bachelor Season 27, Episode 3: Best moment: Museum date

This date was so cute. I was very jealous. It’s nice when a couple on The Bachelor actually has something to do and look at on a one-on-one other than talk about their feelings.

It was especially hilarious that Kaity had to do the walk of shame after what was possibly the most wholesome overnight date ever, running around like children in their pajamas and looking at dinosaurs.

Zach kept talking about how much Kaity deserved this date, making it even cuter! Precious.

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Talk about drama!

What were your favorite moments of The Bachelor Season 27, Episode 3? Share in the comments!