If there's one thing to take away from this week's catty comment-filled episode of The Bachelor, it's that Sean Lowe -- tall, striking, all-American Shirtless Sean -- doesn't have a type.
Physically, that is.
The Texas native has, in fact, dated Hispanic women, Persian women and black women. He's not turned off by disabilities, ethnicity, or any other physical attributes. The only thing he asks, he says, is that his future wife be sweet -- and his best friend.
"I don't really have a criteria, it's more about the woman and the mind," he tells Robyn at the final cocktail party as she swoons and bats her lashes.
It's a diplomatic answer to a tough question, and admittedly earns the sexy single a few more brownie points on top of his already impressive list of positive qualities, but it seems like poor Sean's mind is getting a little hazy in all the hullabaloo based on some of his interactions this week.
Wiley leasing consultant Tierra and vacant fit model Amanda both emerge as this season's two-faced twosome, showing the rest of the gals a completely different side to them than they do to Sean. And the sexy single doesn't seem to suspect a thing.
Even returning hopeful Kacie B. gets a bit of the villain edit this time around, her hearty laughter turning into sinister chuckling as she vies for the rose again.
Heavens to Betsy, what's going on with the women of the humble Bachelor abode?
It's a relief, then, to see Sarah, the demure advertising exec from Colorado, keep it together even under the tremendous pressures of her first one-on-one date with Sean.
"I wanna cry," she exclaims upon receiving the first date card of the season.
"Who I am on the inside is what's important.