I think Des picked the wrong week to try to "punk" Sean. She should have hired an actor to play her brother instead of her imaginary boyfriend. I think the level of drama on that hometown date was more than Sean could handle. When it's down to the FINAL FOUR you need to have your game face on. It was not the right time to be playing pranks. I feel bad for her that her brother was such a jerk, but I agree with Sean that there is no doubt that if he were to pick Des, he would be choosing to deal with her brother too. Picking drama over no drama is rarely the right decision.
On his hometown date with AshLee we got to see her emotional side...very emotional. I think she is very sweet, but almost too sweet. She talks a lot about LOVE and family, but it doesn't seem to me like they have a lot of depth in their relationship. Sean seems to want to find a partner who he can have fun with. I don't see AshLee being that girl. I think she would absolutely love him and be a loyal companion, but I think Sean is looking for a little more excitement.
Catherine definitely brings out Sean's fun and silly side. She is very outgoing and keeps him smiling, but I'm not sure if there is really a love connection there. I think her sisters, kind of like Des' brother, may have created some doubt in Sean's mind. There was a lot of hesitation on their part when it came to answering Sean's questions about whether or not Catherine was ready to settle down. I don't think she is. I think if Sean picks her, he will be disappointed.
And finally, there is Lindsay. Who knew that the drunk girl in the wedding dress on night one would turn out to be a front-runner? She seems to have the perfect mix of beauty and silliness to keep Sean on his toes. He seemed to really bond with her family and I think he believes that she is ready to settle down and start a family. The only hesitation I see is her moving to Dallas. I thought I heard her say something last night about wanting to settle down in her hometown. I don't necessarily think that would be something that Sean would be interested in doing, but I guess that is always part of the problem with this show. The contestants are rarely dating someone from the same city or state, which means not only do you have to find a connection that works, you also have to find someone willing to uproot their life and move across the country for you. Love doesn't come easy...
Tune in tonight to see the Sean Tell All to see if he has finally seen the errors in his ways this season.