In this week's episode of The Bachelorette (7 p.m., ABC/Ch. 4), Emily visits the hometowns of the four remaining guys. Include Utahn Jef Holm.
Here's how ABC describes the visit to Southern Utah:
"Then it's on to St. George, Utah, to visit Jef, the cool, laid-back entrepreneur. Arriving at his family ranch, Emily is caught off guard not only by the beauty of this desert paradise, but by Jef's country boy appeal to match his more sophisticated side.
"The couple enjoys an afternoon together, shooting targets and touring the ranch.
"Emily's early confidence fades as she nervously meets Jef's siblings, knowing that they have rejected his past girlfriends. His older brother hints that she might be the kind of woman to motivate this on-the-go bachelor to settle down. But even if his brothers and sisters warm up to her, do they think she is the right fit for their family?
"Jef has one more surprise for Emily -- and it's one of the most romantic hometown moments in 'Bachelorette' history. But will it be enough to seal the deal for the next rose?"
One of the most romantic moments? Hmmm ...
Elsewhere on TV ...
Hell's Kitchen (7 p.m., Fox/Ch. 13) and MasterChef (8 p.m., Fox/Ch. 13): The cooking competitions continue.
Eureka (7 and 9 p.m., Syfy): An experiment gone wrong threatens to destroy all human life in town.
America's Got Talent (8 p.m., NBC/Ch. 5): Twelve of the 48 remaining acts perform..
Lost Girl (8 and 10 p.m., Syfy): A bunch of rich folks are found stabbed to death.
Teen Wolf (11 p.m., MTV): Scott and Stiles try to protect their friends.
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