Video: Go Back in Time to the Top Moments of The Bachelor Season 1!

Jan 21 2013, 3:03pm CST | by

Video: Go Back in Time to the Top Moments of The Bachelor Season 1!
Photo Credit: TV Guide

Alex Michel | Photo Credits: Bob D'Amico/ABC

It's hard to believe that The Bachelor/Bachelorette franchise has already hit 25 seasons.

In honor of all the tears, the hot tubs, the helicopters, the proposals and rejections over the last 10 years, we're taking a look back at two of the best moments from the inaugural season.

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In the clip below, journey back to Season 1 when viewers were treated to their first ever panic attack from contestant Rhonda. Then, reminisce about the first final rose ceremony where Alex Michel chose, but didn't propose to, Amanda Marsh.

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