This week Emily Maynard, Ricky, and her Bachelors travel to London, England: a drama Mecca and home-country of Shakespeare himself. Unfortunately The Bachelorette brings a different type of drama to the Queen’s capitol in an episode which makes Emily question her journey as The Bachelorette.
1-1: Sean: “Love takes no prisoners – Emily”
My initial reaction to hearing Sean’s date card was that they’d obviously be going to the London Tower, but he has “no clue what that means”… guess he isn’t as perfect as we all think.
The date starts with a double decker bus tour with the two of them eventually making their way to London’s “Speakers Corner”. Sean got up, unprepared, and decided to tell the crowd what he thinks about love.
“Loving someone is giving yourself completely to them. Loving them with an eternal type of love…” and before finishing the rest of a perfect speech he says that he’s hopeful that he and Emily will come to love each other that way. He’s honest and says that they’re not there yet, but that he’s hopeful.
Damn. This man’s pretty perfect!
For dinner they finally make their way to the London Tower (yay! I did call it!) where Emily says: “Sean is totally my prisoner of love tonight!” and that she’s just “beside herself” with the excitement of being on this date.
What Emily’s saying to and about Sean:
“I mean you blew me away. And it’s crazy for me to think that you were the first one out of the limo and now you’re here… you set the tone for that night and you’ve certainly set the tone for here on out.”
“I think Sean, he really has the whole package. I couldn’t imagine anyone being more perfect of a husband than Sean or anybody being more marriage material than Sean.”
What Sean’s saying about Emily:
“When I’m around Emily, I am full of happiness.”
Emily gave Sean the 1-1 date rose during their dinner in the legendary London Tower.