The upcoming instalment of "Bachelor in Paradise" will be yet another dramatic episode that will see the other contestants questioning Josh Murray's intentions.
Chad Johnson's departure has brought the focus on Josh Murray, who first garnered media attention by appearing on Andi Dorfman's season of "The Bachelorette," and the previous episode saw him allegedly stealing Amanda Stanton from Nick Viall. The previous episode also saw Evan making a play for Amanda, but she seems to have given her heart to Josh. Monday's episode will see Evan making an enemy out of Josh after he tries to warn Amanda off Josh, who does not welcome the interference in his pursuit of the single mom.
According to Reality Steve's spoilers, Evan is not the only one who is doubtful of Josh's intentions. A future episode will see the twins, Emily and Haley, advising Amanda to be careful of Josh.
Here's how the scene will play out:
The twins decided to not give out their roses and thus eliminate themselves. However, on their way out, they pulled Amanda aside to warn her about Josh's intentions, and people in the house were concerned about him. This causes Josh to go off on everyone knowing that people are now talking about him. Kinda helps Andi's case here about his "temper" since he pretty much blows up on everyone asking the whole group if anyone else has anything to say to him.
Elsewhere on Monday's episode, viewers will see two suitors trying to secure their future by trying to up their dating game, but in the end they will be forced to bid adieu. According to Reality Steve's spoilers, Brandon Andreen and Christian Bishop will be the unlucky two.
The synopsis for the upcoming episode reads: "A newly single bachelor makes a desperate plea for the heart of a taken woman; the unattached guys try to bring their A-game to the cocktail party so they won't be sent home."
"Bachelor in Paradise" airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 pm EDT on ABC. The episode can be watched online on Abc.go.com or abc.com.