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Addicted to the drama

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A look back at the most dramatic finales of 'The Bachelor'By Diane VadinoSpecial to MSN TVNo one loves drama like the folks at "The Bachelor," particularly host Chris Harrison, who could sell T-shirts with his catchphrase, "Most dramatic rose ceremony ever." This season, we've seen our fair share of exactly that, most recently with AshLee's angry (and awkwardly silent) departure from the show, a high-water mark for this season in terms of displays of legitimate human emotion. It even topped Sean and AshLee's fraught, but not as surprising, confrontation during the "Women Tell All" segment."Most dramatic" is actually sort of a code for those rare instances when genuine feelings shine through -- past all the mind games (two-on-one dates, anyone?), empty words ("She has all the qualities I'm looking for in a wife blah blah"), and ridiculous showboating (hello, Tierra/Vienna/Courtney). As we prepare for the final rose ceremony of the season, we're taking a look back at the franchise's most dramatic conclusions ever. And, believe us, we had plenty to choose from. Bing: More about 'The Bachelor' | Watch clips and more | More: 10 love lessons from 'The Bachelor'Which woman do you think Sean will choose on this season's "Bachelor" finale? Tell us at MSN TV on Facebook and Twitter.The Season 17 finale of "The Bachelor" airs Monday, March 11, at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.(ABC)
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