A cockfight on the high seas, the first kiss in the candlelight and a rose decision that raises many questions: In the third week, the bachelorette and her prince charming are stepping on the accelerator.
In search of true love, the bachelorette looks back with a depressed expression before the start of the third format week. Tears flow when the topic of hair loss comes up. Sharon shakes herself briefly. Then the tide turns, because the bachelorette wants to "somehow enjoy this unique moment with her husband": "I'm looking forward to this moment!" The rose lady grins. But it's not that far yet. A black wig still hides the last surface secret of a woman who opened week three with the motto "See the sea!" exclaims.
A group of love-mad Muckimännchen follows the call of the fair maiden and is ready in no time in smart beach wardrobe. A snazzy deluxe catamaran casts off and takes the flirting party out to sea, where the first "Measure your cock!" competition will soon be in full swing. When the Bachelorette dances in heat, bearded bear Umut and newcomer Tom B. get in each other's way. A few extended elbows and two flat "Make some space there, Digga!" Sayings later, some of the competition stands at the railing and grabs their heads. Words like "foreign shame" and "embarrassing" are used.
Not only on site, but later also in the villa, the macho behavior of some candidates is the number one topic. At the top of the internal antipathy list is the name Umut: "80 percent of the boys here are fucked up by your pushy manner," rumbles group spokesman Hannes. The production worker from Ravensburg, who was pilloried, takes note of the grumbling, but nothing more: "I am who I am and I will stay that way," counters Umut with a grin on her lips.
While the community is mulling over the first testosterone problems, florist Jan enjoys a few undisturbed hours alone with the bachelorette. After a romantic cuddle date, the flirting event ends with a passionate kiss: "I feel really comfortable with you," the bachelorette whispers in the ear of the visibly delighted Jan. As expected, the news of the first kiss of the season caused a lot of unrest in the men's villa. Secret favorite Emanuell puts it in a nutshell: "That's the first thing you really have to process."
Another group date follows, in which everyone present is confronted with childhood memories. Between colorful balloons, sticky marshmallows and sugar-sweet children's photo shirts, Sharon and Co. leaf through their own private archives. Suddenly it gets emotional. Dominik grew up with foster parents, Stas played drums as "Emo" in a rock band and Sharon tearfully reports about the loss of her best friend. Shortly before the third night of the roses, emotions take a rollercoaster ride. Where is all this supposed to lead?
With Lukas in the ball pool, the bachelorette comes up with pleasant thoughts: "The size, the muscles, there's something!" Sharon makes another should-keep-an-eye judgment. The bachelorette also gets along well with Steffen. After a spectacular heli date, the sales representative from Bremen also rubs his hands: "I feel a certain sexual attraction," admits Steffen. Glad that's cleared up too.
Back at the villa, there are a few more encores under the moonlight. So Umut comes around the corner with a chic chain. Emanuell meanwhile increases the "When is it my turn with a single date?" date pressure. Unfortunately, there is nothing new from Max, who hates food. Once again, the Bachelorette gets a "I'm kinda more into curvy women" slap. But that must have been it for the kicker, right? Well, you think! Instead of dumping Jan, Sharon sends Yannick, Maurice and Philipp home. Head, gut and heart don't always agree. The Bachelorette must now see that.