Gerry despatched on scary freeway drive – Deadline


SPOILER ALERT! This incorporates particulars from Thursday’s episode of The Golden Bachelor on ABC.

Gerry Turner was little question warned that starring as the primary Golden Bachelor on ABC would include its personal set of challenges. But he couldn’t have anticipated it to be so rattling scary on the identical time.

On Thursday’s second episode of The Golden Bachelor, Gerry, 72, was on his very first one-on-one date when the headlights of his convertible malfunctioned on the freeway drive from Malibu to Sun Valley. Ironically, Gerry had simply shared his ideas in regards to the first date by saying “I’m a bit scared. it’s been so long and I’m sort of out of practice. There’s many things that could go right and a lot of things that could go wrong.”

Next factor you already know, Gerry is asserting to his date Theresa, 69, that “my headlights aren’t working” whereas they putter down the sluggish lane of a Los Angeles freeway.

“Believe me, I’m not a California driver,” Gerry says within the voiceover. “I live in Northern Indiana. This is the first time driving on a California freeway and they are notoriously insane. I don’t have any headlights in front of me. I don’t see highway markings. I don’t see all the signs because they are dark.”

“My hope is that this is the worst part of this date,” Theresa provides individually, “because right now I’m scared to death.”

When the duo lastly bought off the freeway in Sun Valley, they each acknowledge the “stressful” automobile journey. But it helped when Theresa put her hand on Gerry’s shoulder as a result of he “instantly felt calm.” Aww!

Their date at Cadillac Jacks Cafe finally ends up being a sentimental one as they each chat about shedding their longtime spouses. It ends with an ungainly flash mob dance within the parking zone.

After a bunch date, a particular birthday shock social gathering for Gerry and the revelation that Leslie, 64, of Minnesota has listening to aids similar to the Golden Bachelor, the ladies are as soon as once more assembled for the dreaded rose ceremony. Going dwelling this week are Jeanie, the 65-year-old retired mission supervisor from Tennessee; Natascha, the 60-year-old pro-aging coach and midlife speaker from New York; and Peggy, the 69-year-old dental hygienist from Connecticut.

Gerry cried after making a gift of the final rose.


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