The second episode of season 17 of "The Bachelor" airs on Monday night. The show will air live on ABC at 8 p.m. ET, and you can also watch a live TV stream online for free here, but please click on it at your own risk.
Nineteen contestants remain after last week's premiere. BuddyTV reports that the women will all move into the mansion, but Amanda will annoy the others with her "tornado of negativity."
Tonight's episode will also feature three separate dates. Sarah gets the honor of getting the first one-one-one time with Bachelor Sean Lowe, as the two will fly to the top of a building and share a lovely picnic. Desiree also receives a hidden-camera themed date that will lead to a sexy hot tub scene.
Meanwhile, 13 of the bachelorettes will compete in a photo shoot with Sean for the cover of a romance novel. The winner will receive a contract to model for three Harlequin books. You can view photos from that shoot here, per BuddyTV.
"What makes 'The Bachelor' so compelling -- searching for true love and ending up with your soul mate -- is what our novels are all about," Harlequin representative Michelle Renaud told Yahoo! TV.
"This is a real Harlequin story come to life. And 'The Bachelor' and Harlequin are a great fit, because people know both always have a happy ending."
For those looking for detailed "Bachelor" spoilers, the website Reality Steve explains exactly what will happen in tonight's episode [SPOILERS AHEAD].
Steve reports that both Sarah and Desiree receive roses on their dates and survive to next week. He also believes that Kristy, already a model with Ford, wins the aforementioned Harlequin deal. Meanwhile, Diana and Brooke are eliminated during the rose ceremony, while Katie decides to quit the show, leaving 16 contestants vying for Sean's heart.