Rachel turns to friends she made on "The Bachelor" to discuss her hopes; Rachel meets the bachelors, trying to make time to talk to each one; 23 men remain at the end of the evening.
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis judge the guys while they participate in an obstacle course; Peter and Rachel go on a date; NBA legend Kareem Abdul Jabbar plays basketball with the bachelors; one bachelor betrays Rachel.
DeMario pleads with Rachel for a second chance; two of the eliminated suitors argue loudly outside the mansion after the rose ceremony; Rachel takes six men on a group date to "The Ellen DeGeneres Show"; eight of the bachelors mud wrestle.
Eric asks the rest of the bachelors to stop talking about him to Rachel; two men get into an argument, distracting Rachel; after the rose ceremony, Rachel and the men travel to South Carolina.
Rachel sends the bachelors a message when she chooses the recipient of the group date rose; Rachel and Jack's one-on-one date ends with a surprise; the group heads to Oslo, Norway.
Rachel goes on a date with both Kenny and Lee; the remaining bachelors travel to Copenhagen; some bachelors compete in various Viking games; Rachel takes one suitor on a date in Sweden.
Rachel and the six remaining bachelors travel to Geneva; Rachel chooses four men to go on hometown dates with her.
Rachel returns to the United States to visit the hometowns of the remaining bachelors and tries to learn more about them from the people who know them best.
The three remaining bachelors travel to Dallas to meet Rachel's family; in Rioja, Spain, Rachel spends intimate one-on-one time with the men during the overnight dates.
Rejected bachelors return to tell their sides of the story and confront one another and Rachel; a look at the final three men.
Rachel must choose between the three final bachelors; a sneak peek of "Bachelor in Paradise."