The Bachelorette (season 4)

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The Bachelorette (season 4)
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 11 (including 3 specials)
Original network ABC
Original release May 19 (2008-05-19) – July 7, 2008 (2008-07-07)
Season chronology
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Season summary

The Bachelorette 4 is the fourth season of ABC reality television series The Bachelorette. After a long three-year absence of the show, the season premiere aired on May 19, 2008. This season featured DeAnna Pappas courting 25 men. Pappas was rejected by Brad Womack in the eleventh season of The Bachelor. This was the first The Bachelor franchise including the spin-off, The Bachelorette had expanded from 60 to 120 minutes in the entire season.

In the season finale, DeAnna chose Jesse Csincsak over Jason Mesnick. The wedding was set for May 9, 2009, but they broke up in November 2008.[1] Deanna returned for one episode in season thirteen of The Bachelor.


Name Age Hometown Occupation Outcome Place
Jesse Csincsak 26 Breckenridge, Colorado Professional snowboarder Winner 1
Jason Mesnick 31 Cleveland, Ohio Account executive Runner-up 2
Jeremy Anderson 30 Dallas, Texas Real estate attorney Week 7 3
Graham Bunn 29 Raleigh, North Carolina Professional basketball player Week 6 4
Sean Ramey 33 Louisville, Kentucky Martial artist Week 5 5–6
Blaine Twilley 33 Tulsa, Oklahoma Debt manager
Brian Westendorf 31 Balch Springs, Texas High school football coach Week 4 7
Frederick "Fred" Greif 30 Skokie, Illinois Lawyer 8
Robert Fair 28 San Francisco, California Chef 9
Paul Brosseau 23 Bonnyville, Alberta Sales manager Week 3 10–11
Ronald Mayer 36 Greeley, Colorado Barber shop owner
Richard Mathy 27 Sauquoit, New York Science teacher 12
Christopher "Chris" Bradshaw 29 Fort Worth, Texas Medical sales rep. Week 2 13–15
Eric Papachristos 32 Boston, Massachusetts Senior analyst
Ryan Hoag[2] 28 Minneapolis, Minnesota Professional football player
Brian Winchester 29 New Castle, Indiana Computer network consultant Week 1 16–25
Chandler Fulton 25 Virginia Beach, Virginia Insurance rep.
Donato Capodanno 26 Lexington, South Carolina Sales rep.
Gregory "Greg" Matthew 28 Rockport, Massachusetts Personal trainer
Jeffrey Harris 27 Miami, Florida Mathematics teacher
Jonathan "Jon" Konkel 35 Williston, North Dakota Resort manager
Luke Hamilton 27 Faith, North Carolina Oyster farmer
Patrick Carlson 26 Glenwood, Illinois Financial analyst
Patrick Durrere 27 Elmhurst, Illinois Internet marketing
Spero Stamboulis 38 Ellington, Connecticut Actor

Future appearances[edit]

Jason Mesnick was later chosen as the bachelor in the thirteenth season of The Bachelor, with Pappas made a surprise appearance in that finale. Graham Bunn returned in the second season of Bachelor Pad, finished in 3rd/4th place. Ryan Hoag returned in the third season of Bachelor Pad, finished in 17th place. Bunn returned again for the first season of Bachelor in Paradise and finished in 7th/12th place.

Call-out order[edit]

Order Bachelors Week
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 Brian - TX Jeremy Paul Robert Jesse Jeremy Jesse Jesse Jesse
2 Paul Jesse Graham Jason Sean Jason Jeremy Jason Jason
3 Graham Richard Jeremy[a] Fred Jason[a] Graham Jason Jeremy
4 Sean Ronald Ronald Twiley Jeremy Jesse Graham
5 Richard Graham Jesse[a] Jesse Twiley Sean
6 Jason Eric Robert Jeremy[a] Graham
7 Spero Robert Brian - TX Brian - TX Brian - TX
8 Jesse Sean Jason Graham[a] Fred
9 John Ryan Fred Sean Robert
10 Chris Chris Sean Paul[a]
11 Brian - IN Paul Richard[a]
12 Jeffrey Fred Twiley Richard
13 Donato Twiley Chris
14 Ryan Jason
15 Twiley Brian - TX
16 Ronald Brian - IN
Patrick C.
Patrick D.
17 Patrick C.
18 Luke
19 Eric
20 Robert
21 Chandler
22 Greg
23 Fred
24 Patrick D.
25 Jeremy
     The contestant received a first impression rose
     The contestant received a rose during the date
     The contestant was eliminated
     The contestant was eliminated during the date
     The contestant won the competition
  1. ^ a b c d e f g The contestant chose to stay at the mansion for the week

Episodes (dates)[edit]

Week 1[edit]

Week 2[edit]

Week 3[edit]

Week 4[edit]

Week 5[edit]

Week 6[edit]

Week 7[edit]

Week 8 (Finale)[edit]


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