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Peter's First 'Bachelor' Promo References Planes & Windmills In Under A Minute

Pilot Pete is flying in with a sneak peek of his Bachelor season, and it's filled with Bachelor Nation inside jokes. On Nov. 13, ABC released Peter Weber's first Bachelor promo, and it has everything fans could want, all in just 30 seconds. From the new Bachelor looking dapper in a suit, to the unmistakable references to two key topics that have made him so famous, it's the stuff of fans' dreams, all set to the classic song "Feeling Good."

The teaser begins with a simple shot of an airplane in the sky. Flying planes is something true fans know Peter loves to do more than anything, thanks to countless times the pilot brought it up during his time time as a contestant in Hannah Brown's season of The Bachelorette.

But the real ones will remember that he does have another favorite activity, and the promo made sure to cover that one, too. After the shot of the airplane, the camera tilts down to reveal a windmill, which is where Peter and Hannah shared a very memorable Fantasy Suite date. Peter and Hannah "f*cked in a windmill," as Hannah put it, and the producers of The Bachelor will definitely not let fans forget it.

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If you need a refresher, during Hannah's After the Final Rose special, Hannah revealed she and Peter actually had sex in a windmill four times during their Fantasy Suite date — not the modest two times she claimed before. Peter seemed sheepish at the revelation, but his parents cheered him on from the audience during the live show. It was obviously a major moment in Bachelor Nation history, and it looks like the producers of The Bachelor will continue to make plenty of jokes about it in the season to come.

Peter was announced as the next Bachelor during the Sept. 17 Bachelor in Paradise finale, and he told Entertainment Tonight that he has "all the faith in the world" that the Bachelor process will work for him to find love. He said, "This is not normal, dating 30 women at the same time. I've never done this before, so there's going to be ups and downs, I know that's coming, and I'm not going to be perfect... the possibility of making the wrong decision, it's out there, but I'm going to follow my heart."

Clearly, following his heart is going to take him on a path to new heights... and possibly to another windmill. (Sorry, had to.)

Season 24 of The Bachelor premieres on Monday, Jan. 6, at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.