Just when you thought that "The Bachelor" couldn't get any more juvenile, Jimmy Kimmel proves otherwise
Oh, baby! "The Bachelor" just got a radical new makeover.
Jimmy Kimmel offered an infantile take on ABC's dating competition show "The Bachelor" during Thursday's "Jimmy Kimmel" live, delivering the first — and, thankfully, apparently not the last — installment of "The Baby Bachelor."
In the maiden installment of the pint-sized spoof, viewers meet eligible bachelor Wesley, who's single, lives with his parents, and "takes great care of his body."
We're also introduced to the women vying for Wesley's heart, including 29-month-old unicorn enthusiast Gabrielle, 38-month-old finger painter Eva, and stay-at-home daughter Jesse, who's "looking for a sugar daddy."
Wesley, however, appears to have a thing for older women — early on, he makes his preference known for 316-month-old dental hygienist, declaring, "I'd like to get the big girl."
Until the next episode, revel in the hilarity below.