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As the week begins, two new bachelors arrive at Papaya Playa Project in Tulum, Mexico with date cards in hand. After feeling like a default choice at the last ceremony, a disheartened Clare is eager to make a romantic connection and is relieved when the first new arrival asks her to be his date. Together, the two head for a romantic couple massage on the beach. Meanwhile, Lacy and Marcus' relationship begins to blossom as they enjoy a dreamy dinner date at the exotic eco-archeological park, Xcaret. However, their newfound connection upsets a jealous Robert, who Lacy invited on a date last week. For Dylan, having his heart recently broken on "The Bachelorette," he finds that the woman he's been spending time with, Elise, is moving way too fast. Elise attempts to make him jealous with a new bachelor but her plan backfires.
Later, the second bachelor to arrive asks Clare out to explore the fun and eclectic Tulum Village, where he makes her feel like he is everything she's been wanting. Another date card arrives for Dylan, but the woman he chooses to invite causes some drama amongst the others. As the week comes to a close, the cast is shocked when they discover that one deceitful bachelor has been lying to everyone and has a girlfriend back home! Then, as the cast heads to the beautiful Casa Palapa for the rose ceremony, one woman's decision leaves everyone talking. And for the first time in "Bachelor in Paradise" history, someone rejects a rose, risking everything.
Hosted by Chris Harrison, "Bachelor in Paradise" is produced by Next Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Television. Mike Fleiss, Martin Hilton and Alycia Rossiter are executive producers. "Bachelor in Paradise" is broadcast in 720 Progressive (720P), ABC's selected HDTV format. (CLOSED- CAPTIONED)