Spoilers ahead for Peter Weber's season of The Bachelor on ABC.
Peter Weber is down to six women in his season of The Bachelor (or seven, if we consider Hannah Brown swooping in at the last minute as a possibility), and he's facing some difficult decisions. The week packed with two Bachelor episodes, five dramatic hours, and one disastrous 2-on-1 date ended with only Hannah Ann Sluss, Kelley Flanagan, Kelsey Weier, Madison Prewett, Natasha Parker, and Victoria Fuller left in the running for Peter's heart. The next episode, airing February 10, will feature a 3-on-1 date that could end with an unexpected woman going home.
According to ABC's official description for the February 10 episode of The Bachelor, Kelley, Hannah Ann, and Victoria F. will "face off in the feared three-on-one date" that involves a trip to a 250-year-old hacienda in Lima, Peru, and it just so happens to be a location "fit for a wedding." As if these women needed more pressure in the fight for Peter's heart!
So, why might the 3-on-1 end with an unexpected woman going home? The description rather forebodingly says this about the outing:
The dreaded three-on-one date pits one confident woman against two panic-stricken bachelorettes.
Unfortunately, ABC didn't give away which of the women are "panic-stricken" and which is "confident," but we can make some educated guesses. For one, the trailer for the February 10 episode shows both Victoria F. and Hannah Ann (who seemed too confident for Peter in the previous episode) breaking down into tears at least once in the two-hour block, and the last episode showed Victoria F. expressing some doubts about the whole Bachelor experience while on yet another awkward 1-on-1 date.
The trailer also shows Kelley looking pretty upbeat and... well, confident. I think it's pretty safe to guess that the two panic-stricken women will be Victoria F. and Hannah Ann, while the confident woman will be Kelley. And why not? Kelley has had an advantage that none of the other women have had from the very beginning due to her meeting with Peter before even coming on The Bachelor, and she's mostly stayed out of drama with no famous ex-boyfriend showing up to serenade them.
That said, does this translate to the final six being cut down to the final four with Victoria F. and Hannah Ann going home, while Kelley sticks around for the hometowns episode? Or is it a little more complicated?
Spoilers BEYOND the next episode lie ahead! Stop reading now if you don't want to know what happens beyond the February 10 episode.
Spoilers that hit the web all the way back in October 2019 seemingly revealed the four women who make it to the hometown stage of The Bachelor this season, to introduce Peter to their families. The hometowns episode is generally packed with enough intrigue and awkwardness to keep fans engaged, and these are the four women reportedly involved: Victoria F., Madison, Hannah Ann, and Kelsey.
Yes, if these spoilers are to be believed -- and source Reality Steve is almost always on the money -- then both of the presumed panicking women from the 3-on-1 date will pass on to the next stage of The Bachelor, with the "confident" Kelley headed home! The final two have seemingly been spoiled as well, although there is still the question of Hannah Brown potentially making a comeback. For all his making out with every contestant who smiles at him, Peter still strikes me as at least somewhat hung up on his experience on Hannah Brown's season of The Bachelorette.
See what happens for Peter and the ladies on the 3-on-1 date courtesy of the February 10 episode of The Bachelor, airing at 8 p.m. ET on ABC. For some additional viewing options, be sure to check out our 2020 winter and spring premiere schedule!