‘Golden Bachelor’ recap: Gerry grilled by grandchildren, siblings during hometown visits
Hey there, “Bachelor” fans! It’s that time of the week again – Thursday night, which means we’re all tuned in for some “Bachelor” drama. This time, we had a visit to Gerry Turner’s hometown, and it was quite a ride.
Unlike some other seasons of “The Bachelor,” Gerry had a good connection with all the women left on the show – Leslie, Theresa, and Faith. They all had their moments to shine, showing their true personalities despite their nervousness.
Gerry also opened up about his late wife, Toni, and it brought up a discussion about grief. Toni passed away in 2017 after a short illness. The episode also introduced us to Gerry’s family, including his loving daughters and one very protective brother. Fans loved this week’s episode for the depth it brought to the show.
It’s worth noting that Gerry hails from Iowa and is the first “Golden Bachelor.” He lived in the Quad Cities area with Toni for a long time, and even though he was born in Missouri, he now resides by a lake in Indiana.
But here’s the twist – at the rose ceremony, Gerry surprised everyone by walking away from the rose table. His journey to find love will continue, and we can’t wait to see what happens next.
And as a bonus, here are some memorable one-liners from the episode:
“I think that you two are headed towards that,” Charlotte said.
“You can’t afford to do that,” Theresa said.
“Horses only trust you until they don’t,” Faith said.
“She could be the one person that completes the years I have left on this earth,” Gerry said.
“I’m terrified,” Gerry said.
So, stay tuned for more drama on “The Golden Bachelor” as Gerry’s quest for love keeps us all on the edge of our seats!
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