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Roses & Rejections Podcast: The Bachelor Season 25 Episode 6

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Welcome back to another episode of The Roses and Rejections podcast — a series dedicated to everything about the ABC reality series The Bachelor and it’s many spinoffs.

ThePopBreak.com’s Michelle Coraci, who has been recapping all things Bachelor for The Pop Break for years, and co-host DJ Chapman, of the Mostly Nitpicking podcast, are back covering The Bachelor’s 25th Season!

This week, Michelle and DJ cover the two on one date with Serena C and MJ, and  the cute one on one with Pieper. The other girls do a little bowling on the group date. Tyler C. makes a guest appearance. Katie gets a one on one date with Matt, which turns into prank wars, and Heather finally shows up on site!

Check back next Friday for their coverage of the next episode of Season 25!

Official ABC Press Release on The Bachelor Season 25 Episode 6:

“Halfway through Matt’s journey to find love, time is running out for the remaining women to strengthen their connection with the Bachelor. Emotions run high as rivals come face-to-face, cocktail parties are called off, and a group date gets unexpectedly competitive. Pieper and Matt take a break from the drama with a romantic carnival date complete with a performance by Temecula Road; and later, tensions are briefly lifted when Matt’s best friend and Bachelor Nation favorite Tyler Cameron stops by. But everything could change when former cast member Heather Martin (season 23) makes a surprise visit to the house, proving that the twists and turns just don’t stop coming.”

The Bachelor Season 25 Episode 6 is now streaming on Hulu.

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