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'Bachelor' Preview: Ben Flajnik Meets the Remaining Women's Families, But Do They Approve?

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Feb. 20 2012, Published 1:49 p.m. ET

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Tonight's a big night on The Bachelor! Ben Flajnik heads home with the four remaining women — Nicki Sterling, Lindzi Cox, Courtney Robertson and Kacie Boguskie — and gets the chance to meet their families. But with hometown dates comes touchy parents, some who simply just don't take a liking to Ben.

In somewhat of a twist, the most reserved of the final four women, Nicki, tells Ben she loves him, which is a big deal for her considering she's been married before. "The last time I brought a man home, I married him. Now I'm bringing Ben home," Nicki explains in the preview clip. "I wouldn't be able to marry someone that they don't approve of." 

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Meanwhile, Kacie's parents don't seem to approve of Ben at all, telling their daughter in the clip, "You're only seeing one side of him." And sadly, Ben admits that family is so important to him and that if he's going to propose to someone at the end of this, he needs her parents' support and blessing. 

"All of a sudden, everything is going wrong," Kacie explains. "My parents are questioning how I feel." 

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Kacie's dad actually sits her down and warns her, "If he was to ask me to marry you, I would say no." Ouch! 

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Surprisingly, Courtney's family seem to be the most normal of the group, but then again, she appeared normal in the beginning too.... 

Watch the preview below and let us know whose family will be most accepting of Ben. 

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