It was taken on a date with his ex-wife and whooooooooo boy!
The finale was filmed in February, just beating out potential production stalling in the face of the coronavirus.
One already seems dramatic, and the public hasn't seen anything yet.
One show appears to be a priority as soon as the pandemic clears.
If you're thinking about canceling your wedding because of COVID-19, the adult entertainment and dating site is offering an alternative.
Newsweek asked dating and relationship experts how couples who live apart can ride out the pandemic successfully.
We're all living in isolation, anyway. Might as well get engaged on TV, too.
And they had some tips and then some, boy howdy!
Tinder is releasing a paid feature free to all users beginning on Monday that will allow people to swipe in any city around the world.
Dating apps and services are suggesting alternatives to in-person meet-ups during this period of social-distancing.
Both women recently broke up with the Bachelor, but they aren't enemies because of their shared ex.
The streamer teased total isolation with shows like 'The Circle' and 'Love is Blind' way before people decided to start staying home.
"Believe me this was not easy for either of us to be ok with."
Clare Crawley and suitors will take on small cities of America, instead.
"I think this is the easiest question."
Chad Prewett said he'll always support his daughter.
"Peter Weber, your mom is awful."
This really may have been the most dramatic season ever.
The most dramatic season finale continues.
Clare Crawley was named as the next lead before the 'Bachelor' finale.
This really could be the most dramatic season ever.
It has something to do with the remaining woman on the show.
The finale has a few unexpected twists, spoilers say.
They were in the same social circle thanks to an ex.
Bachelor Nation got some long-awaited answers.
"Don't let her go" meant keeping another woman in Weber's life.
Photos from a night out could imply Sluss' fate.
What you've heard of the finale isn't entirely true.