The special two-night "The Bachelor" event concluded on Wednesday with Peter and the remaining ladies heading to Chile, where two squared off for the right to stay in the competition.
First, Hannah Ann's commitment to marriage came under scrutiny during the first one-on-one date when the 23-year-old model revealed that she's never been in love before. When Peter asked Hannah if she was "100% ready" to make a lifetime commitment, she seemed to tell him what he wanted to hear, instead of what was in her heart. Sensing his disappointment, she finally opened up, and assured Peter that she was starting to fall in love with him. It's what he wanted to hear from Hannah, and he gave her the date rose.
Back at the villa, Mykenna, vented her frustration once more of getting constantly passed over for a one-on-one date and feared that Peter doesn't see anything in her. She also threatened to quit the competition.
A group date included Sydney, Natasha, Kelsey, Victoria P., Madison, Tammy, Kelly and Mykenna, who starred in their own telenovela, a Latin-American drama called, "El Amore de Pedro." In the scripted drama, it's Mykenna who won Pedro's heart, and suddenly, the Canada native, who just a night earlier was ready to call it quits, was on cloud nine.
It was a different story for Victoria P., who was sent home after learning that she was more confident in their relationship than him.
Meanwhile, a new battle heated up between Tammy and Mykenna, after Tammy deemed Mykenna's mood swings "immature." Tammy then brought into question whether the 22-year-old was ready for an adult relationship. Peter happened to overhear the two arguing and decided "enough is enough." To have things settled once and for all, he had them square off in an impromptu two-on-one date.
After hearing both ladies' tell their sides of the story, Tammy was sent packing.
Elsewhere, another one-on-one date went to Victoria F, a second for the 25-year-old sales rep from Virginia. She and Peter spent a fun day together, learning how to train horses from a real Chilean horseman, or huaso, as they're known locally before enjoying a rodeo. The laughs turned to tears though when Victoria revealed her fears over the possibility of a future with Peter, leaving him worried she might end up breaking his heart. In spite of his fears, he offered her the date rose, which she accepted.
That brought us to another rose ceremony, and with the field now paired down to eight, Peter's choice was harder than ever. Sydney and Mykenna were devastated to learn they're being sent home, the latter of whom felt confident about her position in the competition only a short time earlier.
The six remaining women after week four are:
Hannah Ann, 23, a model from Knoxville, Tenn.
Kelley, 27, an attorney from Chicago
Kelsey, 28, a professional clothier from Des Moines, Iowa
Madison, 23, a foster parent recruiter from Auburn, Ala.
Natasha, 31, an event planner from New York
Victoria F., 25, a medical sales representative from Virginia Beach, Va.
"The Bachelor" returns Monday at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.