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'The Bachelor' preview: Ben having second thoughts about Courtney?

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The Bachelor's Ben Flajnik will begin to "have second thoughts" about his relationship with model Courtney Robertson on tonight's (February 13) episode of the show, according to a network preview.

The winemaker will travel to Belize with his remaining six women on the seventh episode of the ABC romance reality show, where he will enjoy three one-on-one dates and one group date.

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Courtney is one of the women who receives a one-on-one date, but a network preview teases that Ben "begins to have second thoughts about this frontrunner after she reveals her attitude about taking him home" and talk turns to the other bachelorettes.

A video preview of the episode also shows some of the women warning Ben to "tread lightly" and "be cautious" around the model, who has failed to ingratiate herself with the other bachelorettes on the show.

Ben is later seen asking to speak to Courtney privately before the rose ceremony.

Watch a preview of tonight's episode (US users only):



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Discussing the upcoming episodes in a recent conference call, host Chris Harrison said: "This week coming up is more of the fallout of Courtney, and after this week we go to hometowns so things are getting very, very serious. Ben is definitely starting to question [things] now that more people are speaking up about Courtney, and that definitely comes to a head.

"Really, from here on out, things kind of go to a different level. When you get to hometown dates, you start bringing families into it. That changes everything, and you will see frontrunners all of a sudden fall out of favour and some of these dark horses start to emerge.

"This is the time where things really start to shake up, because at this point, those first impressions have gone a long way but now there has to be something else there, or that relationship is going to fall by the wayside.

"So things definitely either start to heat up with each girl or you'll definitely start to see a drastic falloff."

The women remaining on The Bachelor are: Courtney, Lindzi, Kacie B, Nicki, Emily and Rachel.

The Bachelor airs tonight (Monday, February 13) at 8/7c on ABC

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