Businessman Brad Womack begins his search for love as 25 Bachelorettes arrive at the Malibu mansion. In the premiere, 10 are eliminated.
The 15 bachelorettes who survived the first week move into a Malibu mansion, and seven of them head out to Del Mar Racetrack for a date with Brad and a party with San Diego Chargers linebacker Shaun Phillips. One contestant gets an early rose, but another gets a trip to the hospital after an accident at the mansion. Then there\'s a beach-house bash for eight bachelorettes before Brad hands out 12 roses.
Twelve bachelorettes remain, and Brad takes six of them to the circus, where one gets a rose. He takes five others sailing (giving them a chance to show off their bikinis), and one bejeweled contestant gets the first one-on-one date: a trip in a private jet to San Francisco, where another rose is on the line. Then, before the rose ceremony (at which he sends three bachelorettes home), Brad springs a surprise test: He introduces his twin brother, Chad, and asks the women to tell them apart.
Brad bestows roses on six of the nine remaining bachelorettes. But first, he takes six of the women to an L.A. comedy club for a night of improvisation--a skill that could come in handy at the cocktail party held before the rose ceremony. Meanwhile, one bachelorette gets a helicopter ride over the city (and maybe a rose), while two others join Brad at a posh Marina Del Rey residence. A rose awaits one, while a trip home awaits the other.
Six bachelorettes remain, four of whom don bikinis for a pool party at Brad\'s pad in Malibu. One-on-one dates include a gondola ride through Southern California canals and an evening of dinner and dancing (complete with live orchestra) at a mansion for Brad and a bejeweled bachelorette. At the cocktail party, Brad has roses for four contestants, each of whom will take him home to meet the folks. One of the losers doesn\'t take her rejection well at all.
The final four bachelorettes take Brad to their hometowns to meet their families. He gets a shampoo from one mom, hears some predictions from another and is confronted by one of the dads. He also experiences some customs that are new to him, but back in Malibu the custom is familiar: a rose ceremony in which one bachelorette is sent home.
Brad takes DeAnna, Jenni and Bettina to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, for dune-buggy riding, sailing, swimming with dolphins, candlelit dinners and, for each, an evening in Brad\'s “fantasy suite.” But harsh reality--no rose--awaits one lady.
Rejected bachelorettes are reunited to dish the dirt, throw questions at Brad and make predictions as to whether he\'ll choose DeAnna or Jenni. Interspersed are bloopers, outtakes and a preview of the season finale.
It\'s the 11th-season finale--decision time for Brad. But first, he invites DeAnna and Jenni to his Malibu digs to spend time with his mom, his twin brother, Chad, and his other brother, Wesley. Then, it\'s on to last dates where Jenni gives Brad a journal describing the way she feels about him, while DeAnna shares her feelings for Brad over a home-cooked meal. Then comes the decision.
Brad and his ladies reminisce about the past season and he will face once again, the women he didn\'t choose.