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Wednesday, October 1, 2003
'The Bachelor'

The walls were breaking, the earth was shaking, and Bob shook them all night long. It is week two and all of the "Bachelor" babes are weak in the knees for ABC’s new star, and only "Extra" sat down with Mr. Heartbreaker to get the score.

Bob is facing a group of women who are prepared to marry him, although they barely know him. Bob says, "I found myself going, 'Oh my goodness.' But I think that's great. I wish that I would have known which ones were saying it upfront."

Bob admitted to "Extra" that he had no idea how strong the ladies felt for him or how angry they were getting.

Wednesday, Bob will sweep some of the girls off to a $5,000 suite in San Francisco, and then some will go to a private pool party at LA's W Hotel, while others will tease Bob with burlesque.

Bob revealed that he didn't play favorites on the dates. He says, "I would say to each of these women before we'd go on the dates that just so you know this might happen if I have a moment with you, it might happen with someone else an hour later."

But Bob did admit that the constant kissing is all part of a bigger plan. He says, "Would anyone else in the world go and throw a ring on someone's finger and get down on one knee without having kissed someone?"

So will all of the smooching make handing out the roses easier? Bob says, "At this point I am feeling a lot of pressure and hoping that I make the right decisions. I am hoping that I do the right thing by everyone."

See if the passion pays off Wednesday night on ABC.

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