Spoiler alert: The siblings bring all the drama!

By Hollee Actman Becker
July 21, 2016

Have you guys been watching The Baby Bachelorette over on Jimmy Kimmel Live?

It's basically a toddler parody of the popular ABC reality dating show, with 11 little boys competing for the love of 4-year-old Bianca.

And let me just say, this thing is all kinds of brilliant.

Kimmel launched the spoof after The Bachelorette season 12 premiere back in June. We are now four episodes in, which can only mean one thing—it's time to meet the families of Bachelorette Bianca's two remaining suitors on the hometown dates!

First up: Manny, the 37-month-old Lego architect.

Our girl rolls up to the house in her snazzy pink-and-purple Jeep to find Manny and his two sisters, Lucy and Sanaai, playing outback with bubbles.

"My sisters are so important to me," Manny tells the camera. "I hope they like Bianca."

The posse gets to know each other over a delicious home-cooked meal of celery slathered in peanut butter. And things appear to be going well—that is, until Lucy decides to get real.

"Bianca, are you in love with my brother?" she asks.


"I worry about her intentions with Manny," Lucy confides in a confessional. "She has another man."

"They really put me on the spot," an exacerbated Bianca complains. "This process is complicated."

But after she explains to the girls that she and Manny share something "special," our bachelorette wins them over and they all toast the happy couple by holding up their boxes of grape juice. Cheers!

Next up: Hometown date #2 with Alex, a 39-month-old preschool dropout who rides a motorcycle.

It starts off when his big brother Carson meets Bianca at the front door.

"Hey hot stuff," he says, giving our baby Bachelorette the once over. Yikes!

"I got a weird vibe from Carson," Bianca tells the camera.

We don't blame her!

Luckily, Alex comes to the rescue, pushing Carson away and enveloping his little lady in a big hug.

Awww! But even so, Bianca thinks her suitor is holding back on her.

"I wish you'd open up to me and be vulnerable," she tells Alex.

"I don't know what vulnerable means," he replies with a shrug.

So typical!

"I feel like we're really in different places," Bianca presses.

"We are," Alex agrees. "I'm in the fort!"


At the end of what may just be the most dramatic episode ever, it's time for Bianca to bid one of the baby bachelors goodbye.

Don't worry, I won't spoil it for you!

Hollee Actman Becker is a freelance writer, blogger, and a mom. Check out her website holleeactmanbecker.com for more, and then follow her on Twitter at @holleewoodworld.