But there are more women to come, like Amanda the "fit model," from Newport Beach. She has a try-hard routine about the awkward pause in a relationship that she suggests they get out of the way right away. Then there's Keriann, 29, of Boca Raton who is an "entrepreneur" and she wants him to know she drove 2,775 miles for a shot with him. Sean calls it "flattering and humbling."
There's Desiree, the bridal stylist. He can call her Des! She brought some pennies so they could make a wish in the fountain. Sean decides that was really cute.
New limo. Sarah the one-armed advertising executive steps out. Sean maintains an impressive poker face, even if you suspect he's already calculating how many episodes he needs to keep Sarah around so he doesn't seem like an asshole when he sends her home. She asks him if this is how he imagined falling in love. He says it isn't, which raises the question why he's on this show for the second time.
Brooke, 25, is a community organizer from Pittsburgh, and I think we now have more non-white contestants in this pool than we've had in all The Bachelor seasons to this point combined. She asks if he's ready for this "wild and crazy journey." You'll never believe, this but he is!
Then we have Diana the salon owner. He says she looks gorgeous. Well, give her a rose! Let's wrap this up early! Lesley M. the political consultant has a football, and she says she wants to run a play, but it's really an excuse to get Sean to bend over.
HOW MANY FUCKING LIMOUSINES ARE THERE? OK, I'm done with the limousines. I can only stand so much. If anyone of note survives from this limousine, they'll still be around for the next episode.
Except -- oh, Jesus, one woman, Lindsay, a substitute teacher, actually gets out wearing a wedding dress, and she kisses him on the lips immediately. You know, as long as Sean is breaking rules, could he eliminate someone before she even gets in the house?
Harrison comes out for his requisite "women, amirite?" speech and then tells Sean that they got a call from someone who wanted to meet him here tonight. Another limousine pulls up, and out gets someone that makes Sean say, "No way!" It's Kacie B. from Ben's season. That's a whole year ago! I'm supposed to still remember her? They hug and say it's great to see each other. Hold up, she's here to be a contestant on the show? Aw, Kacie, I used to like you.