Venice native Courtney Perry made it to episode two of the hit ABC television show.

Courtney Perry of Venice may not have made it very far on season 24 of "The Bachelor," but she did get some memorable moments in during her two weeks as one of Peter Weber’s suitors.


Perry was eliminated during the second rose ceremony, along with two other women during Monday night’s episode of the hit ABC show, after bachelor Peter Weber decided not to give her a rose.


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Perry took to Instagram last night after her elimination to thank her friends, family, and coworkers for their support — and to express her gratitude for the experience and the women she met in the Bachelor Mansion.


"While I didn’t find my forever person through all of this, I know that person is out there and waiting to come into my life at the right time," Perry wrote. "I have nothing but love and respect for Peter and wish him luck on his journey to find love."


Perry made quite an entrance during the Jan. 6 season premiere, when she rode in on a toy airplane on wheels with the help of two air traffic controllers — a reference to Weber’s job as an airline pilot. Later that night, Weber was seen complimenting Perry on her eyes.


She received a rose at the first rose ceremony and got placed on the first group date of the season, where she and eight other women were put in flight school by two female pilots, Katie Cook and Alisa Johnson. During the school portion of the date, Perry admitted on-camera to failing math in college.


The women were then asked to stand in a human gyroscope and participate in a flight-themed obstacle course.


Weber has a long way to go on his quest for love. Week three’s episode airs Monday at 8 p.m. on ABC.