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Stars and villains from "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" get another chance to find love.

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The couples spend their final moments in Mexico; the cast reunites after Paradise.
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A romantic date goes well until the female model is asked to change into a wedding dress; a suitor shows up for the rose ceremony still disappointed over the conversation with his girlfriend the night before.
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Two couples from previous seasons visit; a woman turns down a date with the man who saved her at the last rose ceremony.
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A seemingly stable couple splits up; two new women go on a double date with previously spoken-for guys; a last-minute arrival from New Zealand shakes up the group.
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A guy is hurt when his girlfriend kisses another man; four men battle over one bachelorette; a new arrival shakes things up.
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One woman bounces between two men, risking heartbreak; a woman finally agrees to go on a date with the man she was initially waiting for; a bachelor leaves a distraught woman behind.
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A hunky man asks out a fair-haired beauty, even though she is seemingly part of a happy couple; a hot and steamy photo shoot makes a woman realize that she may not be ready to settle down; an old friend gives a warning about a date's intentions.
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A desperate woman confronts the man who cheated on her by kissing another woman; a bachelorette realizes she is still interested in a former flame; a man gifts a birthday girl with a giant stuffed dog to get under the skin of her jealous suitor.
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Becca Kufrin talks to an emotional bachelor who needs closure; a nerdy computer programmer is surprisingly a hot commodity; a mixed-up man tries to figure out what he wants.
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A noncommittal single returns from a date to an unwanted confrontation; a man learns last season's Bachelorette is there to visit her friends, causing him a major breakdown.
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The first bachelorette arrives on the beach and makes it clear that she is there for one former flame; a woman focuses her attention on a Canadian lad when the grocer who caught her eye shows interest in her nemesis.

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