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Contestants stack teacups in a challenged titled "Great Fall of China." One-on-one dates include an overnight camping trip and a "Pretty Woman"-inspired tour of Los Angeles.Previews of Bachelor Pad are available in Wikipedia please read and check for more things thanks You. Watch video Bachelor Pad Season 3, Episode 5 `Season 3, Episode 5 on IMDb Free Download Video Bachelor Pad 20th Aug 2012 Live Streaming Video only on VH1 Channel.Online Watch Bachelor Pad Full Episode Watch Video on Internet TV. So don’t forget to Watch Bachelor Pad and have fun enjoy the show. I’m sure we’ll have fun to watch it. 18 unforgettable characters from the "Bachelor" franchise -- those we love and those we love to hate -- gather back at the mansion to live together and compete for $250,000 and possibly a second chance at love. Each week the contestants will square off in head-to-head challenges to compete for immunity and the opportunity to go on a date with contestants of their choice. The winner of each challenge will then grant immunity to one of his or her dates via the presentation of a rose. At the end of each episode, the contestants will vote amongst themselves -- the men will vote off a woman and vice versa -- to determine which cast members will be eliminated from the competition. The aftermath of Reid and Donna going home seems to have thrown the survivors for a bit of loop. Ed in particular speaks of his still being there as though he survived a heart attack and every day above ground is gift. Jaclyn's thrilled that Reid was vanquished. She thinks he's sooo stupid that she calls him "Like, Dummy McDumberstein," like she's going to be hosting a Mensa meeting any day now.
And David is the last fan left. He discusses with Jamie who "went rogue" to vote Donna off, but Jamie's playing her cards close to the chest, because there's no one here she can trust. Dave offers to save her if he wins a challenge, and he hopes she'll do the same thing. She's noncommittal at best.
Harrison walks in to talk to everyone (Jaclyn helpfully explains to us that HARRISON WALKS IN TO TALK TO EVERYONE AFTER WE SEE IT, like is there any goddamn reason in the world for this show to be two fucking hours like SPEED IT UP PLEASE). Harrison reminds them that there are still fourteen of them left in this affront to human dignity we know as Bachelor Pad.
One of Harrison's minions walks in with some surveys for them to answer. Jaclyn, being some sort of super-genius, figures they'll have something to do with the challenge tomorrow. The questions are "Who's the ugliest?" "Who's the fattest?" and other such questions, the answers to which contestants are all too happy to volunteer during talking-head interviews, but balk at when it requires to WRITE THEM DOWN, like maybe this should be called Illiterate Pad. "What kind of sick joke is this?" says someone. That really should be the show's slogan.
The women head to their buzzers first and are quick to answer questions about Rihanna and various iterations of The Bachelor franchise. Sarah quickly jumps to a big lead, and Blakely takes cranky note of the fact that her supposed partner Chris is cheering just a little too loudly for Sarah. This might be example No. 546 of Chris being a terrible human being.Once Chris has the rose he shocks everybody by choosing Sarah instead of Blakeley (partner) or Jamie (last nights hookup partner). Their date begins with them being driven around and told to buckle their seat belts before they start making their own action movie. They end in a hotel and decide to stay the night. I didn’t realize you were allowed to skip out on the house and stay later. I’m really excited to see his decisions to blow up in his face at the rose ceremony. The parallels the editors of the show create are juxtaposed so well. Jamie excited for Chris to come home cut to Chris and Sarah making out in the pool. Jamie wishing they don’t have too much fun, cut to Chris and Sarah getting a hotel room. I wonder if Ed is still pleased he helped give the rose to Chris instead of Kalon. He doesn’t look pleased. But nor does Kalon, who looks so angry he could murder someone, or is that his normal face? Yeah, everybody else looks angry so I assume he actually is angry as well.
Because Chris didn’t win the challenge, Chris Harrison walks in to give Ed a rose to hand out to save one girl from elimination. Instead of choosing between Blakeley and Jamie, he hands over the rose to Rachel who would have been safe anyway because she is with Michael. At least he isn’t choosing sides and is keeping with his alliance.But first there are trivia questions about past Bachelor seasons (foot fetishes) and random nonsense (what’s the name of the airport in Dallas?). Sarah is out to an early lead, then we learn that it was Ed who said “the person who has accomplished the most is me – I’m amazing.” Who said Blakeley had accomplished the least? Nick. Kalon said Erica would be the worst parent, and Jaclyn is in the lead. Chris is rooting for Sarah, which upsets Blakeley, who is still not getting that Chris is totally over her. Jaclyn ends up the winner and can “taste the $250,000.”
Then it’s the guys’ turn to answer questions. Ed easily wins the points from the ménage a trios question, but Stags the Bachelor pro is in the lead as they move into the “Who Said That” segment. Sarah apparently once had sex on top of a parked car and Jamie admitted to wanting to sleep with Chris. As if no one hadn’t yet guessed that. Jamie also thinks Blakeley is fake, but Blakeley said Jamie was totes annoying. In case you hadn’t noticed, Bachelor Pad has become Jamie and Blakeley Hate Each Other SOOOOOO Much! Ed wins, so that’s nice for him. At this point, he’s the most awesome person here.
Jamie goes crying to Stagliano, then Kalon, who compares her to a dying dog in his weekly disgusting thing he’s said about women. Chris complains about Blakeley some more. Sarah hopes for a night alone with Ed, while Jaclyn goes out on her winner’s date, but sorry, Sarah, Jaclyn is taking Ed from you. They go play baseball at Dodger Stadium and get scared by some surprise fireworks. But first they “sing” the national anthem. Ed seems like the only person actually having fun with this BP experience. They change into slightly more formal ware for their dinner on the pitcher’s mound. Time for a twist! Since Ed already has a rose, Jaclyn’s date rose goes to a guy in the house, who will get a date of his own. She and Ed discuss, which must be incredibly romantic. Sidenote: I hope they had their limo driver stop at Best Fish Taco in Ensenada on the way back up to the mansion in the hills.
Ed and Jaclyn come home and give the rose to Chris, who spent their date manipulating Jamie The Desperate while “looking at her boobs.” His words. Line up, ladies. He and Jamie spend some night-vision camera time in bed while she talks up a storm about her feelings, so Chris kisses her to “shut her up” despite “no spark.” She wins the award for “Saddest” (taking it from Buster Bluth’s Motheryboy win) as she tells the camera that Chris is now “my strong man.” He isn’t even really lying to her, she’s just absolutely delusional.
Cue Chris’ date card. Jamie is all smiles, Blakeley is all “that date is mine!” and it’s Sarah who actually gets to go on the date. Sidenote #2: this entire mansion is filled with decorative vases from Ross. FILLED. Blakeley makes him promise that they’re partners to the end, despite Sarah’s date and Chris responds “well, no, I’m not going to promise you that actually.” Look gals, Chris is clearly here to kiss a lot of ladies and get over Emily. He does not care about you. Quit make all females everywhere look bad. Jamie, you can start by not thinking that Chris taking Sarah is somehow proof of him “protecting” you from Blakeley.
Chris Harrison brings in Ed’s rose, which he gives to Rachel because she and Stags are falling in love and she’s quite possibly the least controversial choice. Jamie is still the dumbest person, so she decides to “break up” Chris and Blakeley. DUDE, CHRIS IS MAKING OUT WITH SARAH WHILE YOU ARE HAVING THIS TALK. Blakeley explains she is over Chris anyway, and Jamie is all “this is great! Now he and I will be together 4eva.” Ummm, no one tell her that moments later Chris takes his “new car” (Sarah) upstairs as they get a room for the night in the hotel at which they had their date. Jamie spends their elevator ride talking about how loyal and respectful Chris is. This is awful. Just awful. I feel awful. I want to go back to watching Ed and Jaclyn goof around in Dodger uniforms.
Voting/rose ceremony time, but not before Chris Harrison has Sarah summarize the events we just spend an hour and a half being horrified by. During the voting, it’s the same boring nonsense as usual: those worried about going home start counting names on their fingers, people have hushed conversations behind ugly curtains, Jamie looks sad, everyone acts light-years more self-important than they are. David tries his hardest to get Nick voted out over him, and Jamie and Blakeley are both worried about their chances. Stags is getting worried about Chris getting too powerful.
The next day, Harrison greets the gang in the driveway, where Team Bachelor Pad has set up a cheesy game show set where the Padmates will play a hybrid quiz game involving questions about "love and romance" and a round called "Who said that?" Let's play Bachelor Pad Game Show Mashup! In the first round, the questions are a mix of Bachelor-related trivia ("On Jillian's season of The Bachelorette, which suitor had a foot fetish?") and anything involving the word "love" ("Which city has an airport named Love Field?") -- and Sarah easily pulls ahead of the rest of the "ladies." But once Harrison begins the "Who said that?" round, Jaclyn wakes up and begins crushing her competition. I suppose it's not surprising that a petty gossip can figure out the author of such statements as "Other than to win the money, Ed is on the show because he doesn't want to be forgotten, since his season was 20 years ago." (Answer: Chris B.) To Sarah's dismay, Jaclyn wins the rose.
Okay, guys -- time to man the buzzers. Of course, Team Bachelor Pad whisks right through the "love and romance" trivia and heads straight to the more emotionally damaging "Who said that?" segment. Besides answering a lot of hanky-panky-centric questions -- number of sexual partners, strangest place they've ever "made whoopee" -- the women called each other out on things like who was the "most fake" (Jamie fingers Jaclyn for that title) and "most annoying" for being "all over every guy" in the Pad (Blakeley says, Duh, it's Jamie!). By some act of the reality TV gods (or some creative scoring by Team Bachelor Pad), Ed earns enough points to win his first Pad competition; taking over from Ed in last place is Dave for the guys and Rachel for the girls.
Bachelor Pad Season 3, Episode 5 `Season 3, Episode 5
Airing at: VH1
Genre: Reality-TV, Romance
Stars: Chris Harrison, Michael Stagliano and Erica Rose
Release Date: 9 August 2010 (USA)