"Episode #4.4" is an episode of The Bachelorette starring Chris Harrison, Jeremy Anderson, and Natasha Bedingfield. Host Chris congratulates Robert, Jason and Fred on moving up to the big house. He then fills the guys in on what to expect: a group date, a one-on-one date and a two-on-one date. One man ... See full synopsis »

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Episode credited cast:
... Himself - Host
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jeremy Anderson ... Himself (as Jeremy)
... Herself
... Himself (as Graham)
Jesse Csincsak ... Himself (as Jesse)
Robert Fair ... Himself (as Robert)
Fred Glick ... Himself (as Fred)
... Himself (as Jason)
... Herself - The Bachelorette (as Deanna Pappas)
... Himself (as Sean)
Blaine Twilley ... Himself (as Twilley)
Brian Westendorf ... Himself (as Brian)
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Host Chris congratulates Robert, Jason and Fred on moving up to the big house. He then fills the guys in on what to expect: a group date, a one-on-one date and a two-on-one date. One man will not return from the latter, so all bags must be packed in advance. Chris continues: The guys will have to earn their spot on a one-on-one date by writing and performing an original song for DeAnna.

"I suck at both of these things," Jesse says. Quips Sean: "I would rather be digging my own grave than what I'm about ready to do right now." Brian finds the whole project "exciting." Graham already has three verses written, earning him the nickname "Bon Jovi" from the gang.

The performances begin. Fred's off-key warble seems to charm DeAnna. Graham runs through his song as quickly as possible. Jeremy's rap is cringe worthy, as is Twilley's spoken word effort. Soon, it is Jesse's turn. He gets down on one knee and sings, elliciting an "Awww!" from DeAnna. Finally, Brian performs "House of my pain."

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9 June 2008 (USA)  »

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