February 02, 2010 04:48:06 GMT
Although Corrie got the one-on-one date with Jake this week in San Francisco, she was unable to steal his heart completely like Vienna was able to.
On "The Bachelor" this week, Vienna got to stay while Corrie went home. The 23-year-old wardrobe consultant was the 21st girl who did not get a rose from Jake Pavelka, for a reason he only knows. In the rose ceremony, she was pitted against Vienna who has been placed as the 'villain' this season.
Corrie actually had a lot of opportunity to get to know Jake this week since she earned a one-on-one date. They went to a park and rowed boat down the lake before moving on to a science center. Unlike in the other dates that week, Jake did not kiss the girl. During dinner Corrie said she is reluctant to move in together with her boyfriend until they get married. Jake said it was not a problem to him and he respected her for that.
Vienna meanwhile was in the two-on-one date with Gia. They were taken to Castello de Amarosa Vineyard in Napa where they got to visit the vineyard and went down the wine cellar. Vienna dominated the date but Jake picked Gia first for some alone time with him. Jake told Gia that he was falling for her. Vienna in the meantime poured her heart out to Jake about how the other girls treated her in the mansion.
In the rose ceremony, Jake gave the first roses to Tenley, Ali and Gia. Together with Vienna, these girls will go home in next week's episode and introduce Jake to their family.