Bachelorette Recap: That’s W-H-A-C-K

Bachelorette Recap: Rachel Episode 4 

With all of the Bachelor in Paradise rumors flooding news outlets and social media last week, along with the omission our Monday night train wreck thanks to the NBA finals, I’m glad ABC producers launched this week’s show with a significant recap of Rachel’s three-week journey to find love. Having so many “TO BE CONTINUED” slates popping up at the end of every episode, I can barely recall who’s still in the game versus who has been kicked to the curb. What’s Wolverine’s real name? Has Adam Jr.’s dad gone home? Who’s that smart guy acting like a normal person in the corner? Sometimes I can’t even remember the shade Our Host Chris Harrison’s piercing blue eyes.

I’m totally joking. I could never forget that they are the same color as the Arabian Sea after a storm.

SIMPLE DISCLAIMER

The following information you are about to read is of personal opinion. However, if you or someone you Snap happen to personally know, sort of know, is friends with the Starbucks barista who obsessed with Poldark and looks exactly like one of the contestants on the show…none of this is personal and I’m sure they are all lovely people.

Here’s a quick summary on where we currently stand:

Eric is upset that his name is in Lee’s mouth. Lee is our high-haired villain, who admits to the camera that he enjoys getting under everyone’s skin. To prove his point, he interrupts his bro Kenny the Wrestler’s time with Rachel. Kenny asks for sixty more seconds. Lee obliges, but stands there and counts down like a total jack wagon. Rachel is completely distracted.

Lee finally wiggles into the conversation. When Kenny leaves, Lee prompts his upcoming story by stating that what Rachel is about to hear is “very sad.” Then he pulls out a knife.

My first thought was that Lee was about to shank Rachel. My second thought was that Lee probably already clipped a few guys inside the mansion, including Adam Jr., who Lee repurposed as a pillow. The ABC Intern should have been on to him when he requested a needle and thread.

Although my imagination is intense, Lee’s gesture was not. He presents Rachel with a short piece of lumber with the word “enchanting” sloppily carved in the wood. The knife would have been a better gift.

Meanwhile, Male Model Brady encourages Dean, who considers Lee “intolerable,” to respect the fact that everyone is different. We all have different quartz. Wait…different quarks. No, that’s not it. Jack Stone offers a “cork,” but the three dudes know that can’t be right either. Corks are the free gifts included with every one-on-one to be utilized in memory jars should bachelors make it to fantasy week.

Note: None of these guys participated in the Spelling Bee challenge.

Outside on the stoop where front-runners go for more privacy, Bryan invites Rachel to be vulnerable. Like any woman who has ever been burned by a pretty package with a not-so-pretty heart, Rachel admits that Bryan’s charm scares her. Could he be too good to be true? Bryan answers with some fairytale nonsense and then snogs her face off. I’m not sure about this guy anymore.

Rachel moves on to Wolverine, but their time together is disrupted by Kenny shouting at Lee for boxing him out with finger counting earlier in the night. This is exactly what Lee wants to happen. He CALMLY bates Kenny into a one-sided shouting match.

Later, in Rachel’s head interview, cracks on this fragile woman begin to show. She confides that she is disappointed in the guys’ behavior. Then a tear falls. She further explains that, “Being a black woman…I didn’t want to get into all of this…I know what people will say about me…They will judge me for my decisions.”

I felt sad that Rachel was let down by her cast. She just wants a normal season. The woman also cries beautifully. Have you ever seen anyone weep with such grace? That’s beside the point. Harrison is called in to save the day. He tells Rachel he can facilitate anything she wants, and that includes cutting this rose ceremony short. So she does and hands roses to:

Mr Clean Anthony
Brother Russia Alex
Eric
Will
Dean
Tickle Monster
Peter
Adam / Adam Jr.
Bryan
Penguin Matt
Josiah
Jack Stone
Iggy
Kenny
Lee

Diggy and his bowtie of many colors is sent home with Wolverine and Male Model. There’s no time for sad interviews or grand champagne toasts. Pack your bags, people, because we’re going to Hilton Head, South Carolina!

ONE-ON-ONE
Dean
“Our love is about to take off!”

After Rachel perches on the top of a ship like Jack Sparrow, she puts on her cutest embroidered jacket and fetches Dean from the boys’ suite at their resort hotel. Then she puts Dean in the driver’s seat of a Jeep Wrangler and I SWOON!

A man in a Jeep = hot hot hot hot hot

They pop some champagne (C-H-A-M-P-A-G-N-E) and settle on the hood of the off-road vehicle. Dean notices the Goodyear blimp off in the distance. It takes him a while to figure out that the blimp is slowly puttering their way. Rachel squeals when the electronic sign reads, “Rachel and Dean…your ride is here.” Dean looks like he’s going to puke.

As my friend Susan says, “Never put your true phobia down on the official ABC interview form. They will make you do it.” Exactly. Lie and say you’re scared of puppies and chocolate.

Dean and Rachel make their way to the blimp. I choose to overlook Dean’s short version of Nick’s super tight skinny jeans. I applaud that they were purple. Brother Russia Alex does too.

Rachel tries to assuage the lump rising in Dean’s throat by likening the blimp to riding in a bus. Dean isn’t having it. Especially when she commandeers the co-pilot’s seat and starts dive bombing the blimp toward the very hard ground below. She insists Dean take the seat, noting that he will regret it for the rest of his life if he doesn’t. Dean obliges and has an awesome time.

I’d like to salute the ABC Intern for somehow manipulating the back end of the blimp into a make out pod. Additional glory will be bestowed on him for suggesting the contestants in the suite take a gander out the giant window just in time to see the blimp’s electronic sign read, “Rachel and Dean 4-evah.”

Clearly a millennial wrote that message. My money is on Dean.

That night, Dean escorts Rachel to dinner under a tree with gorgeous dangling lights. It was so pretty, but instead of searching for this look on Pinterest, I became agitated by Dean’s white pants. His denim, white pants.

Y’all, I couldn’t concentrate. I’m of the mindset that men wear white pants only when they are on a beach somewhere tropic and the material is linen. In my vision, they are never denim. But Dean is one of those guys who is just so likable, that my heart wants to give him a pass on what I consider to be a wardrobe malfunction. What do you think?


The next several minutes consist of Dean sharing a tremendously painful story about his mother’s battle with cancer. He lost her ten years ago and has never shared as much detail with anyone in the world as he does with Rachel. She thinks this is endearing. My watching party this it is a bit of a red flag. What I will say is that for the guys who are ragging on Dean for being way too young for Rachel, this experience clearly matured him. We shall see.

Rachel rewards his vulnerability with a semi-private concert by country music artist Russell Dickerson, whose high hair is worse than Lee’s. The pair step up onto a mini platform (sponsored by Home Depot: the same folks who provide final rose ceremony pedestals) and make out in front of the dozens of people watching through their cell phone devices.

This is when I definitely decided to forgive the white pants. My boy Dean can kiss.

Arie would be proud.

GROUP DATE
“I want to see who is ready for commitment.”
Brother Russia Alex
Mr. Clean Anthony
Peter
Bryan
Tickle Monster
Adam Jr.’s Dad
Penguin Matt
Kenny the Wrestler
Lee
Iggy
Eric
Will
Josiah

Rachel is on a boat. Her cold top-half turquoise “blouse” flows in the wind like her hair extensions. Instead of man bunning like Brother Russia Alex, Rachel steals the captain’s hat, instructs the dudes to leave the drama behind, and serves everyone a colorful drink.

It was crazy. Like the straws.

The dance party begins, and Iggy is the first in the center of the circle. Bless his heart. When the boys started chanting, “GO TICKLE, GO TICKLE!” I laugh. Peter plays it safe and pulls Rachel away for some quality bow of the ship Titanic time. Josiah Daniel Graham, Esquire does a few push-ups with Rachel on his back. Adam Jr.’s dad is having a lovely time.

Then there was the rap battle.

Nope. No, no, no, no, nope. I just can’t do it, yet here we are. Peter is full-on rapping, rhyming the word “heart” with “fart.”

Peter is in my top four. Just like a few weeks ago when I was frustrated that he wore a Mr. Rogers sweater to Ellen’s neighborhood, I’m baffled by the fact that he can’t think of another word to rhyme with heart. “Art” should have been an easy one. Or perhaps the ever-appropriate “smart?”

Speaking of smart, Rachel next stop for her boys is a pier where ABC hosts its first ever Bachelor Nation Spelling Bee.

My. Worst. Nightmare.

Mama has always been puzzled why I never learned how to spell. I don’t blame anyone but my own brain. It just doesn’t fire that way and has never come naturally. I am forever grateful that I live in a day and age where spell check is a thing. Otherwise, I’d look exactly like some of the guys nervously sweating on that stage.

Harrison is there to move things along. He serves as master of ceremonies, looking crisp and debonaire in non-white pants. He explains the rules (correctly spell the word or you’re out) and introduces the pre-pubescent female judges named Dani, Pearl, and Josie. Let the spelling begin!

The first words are pretty easy. Squirt, passion, caress, schmuck, and euphoric. Kenny the Wrestler is stumped by champagne, followed by Iggy who spells Bordeaux like the wine, instead of boudoir like the bedroom. One by one, the guys drop like flies.

Our Host Chris Harrison asks the young ones to use their earmuffs for the next word: coitus. First of all, inappropriate. Second of all, I’d like for the record to show that I know how to spell this word thanks to Sheldon Cooper and the Star Wars episode of season nine. Mama was so proud.

Peter’s mama is not proud (or maybe she is?) when he is unable to spell the word coitus, even after Rachel used it in a sentence. A very personal sentence. I guarantee her Federal Judge dad is having a hard time with this one.

Josiah is given the word “stunning” and Mr. Clean Anthony incorrectly spells “boutonniere” (thank you autocorrect.) In the end, Josiah beats Will by spelling “polyamorous” and basks in the glory of his plastic gold winner’s cup.

Josiah really lays it on thick at the after party. He even drinks his cocktail from the huge winner’s cup. He rides the high of this victory so hard that he can’t hear the insults over all his confidence. After all, you can’t spell “awesome” without the word “me.’

Peter is the first to whisk Rachel away. Their conversation is in the “this or that” stage. Meaning, would you rather walk around with bare feet or socks? Peter interjects that it’s hard to go barefoot in Wisconsin, but that’s what heated floors are for. Rachel is impressed that this Etsy shop small business owner has heated floors. SO FANCY! Peter corrects her. He doesn’t have heated floors, but he would get them if she wanted them.

This leads Rachel to her next logical question: Are you trying to make me come to Wisconsin? Would you ever leave?

Rachel, don’t you remember having this exact same conversation at the dog spa? Yes, Peter would leave for the right reasons, right reasons. But the bigger question is would she come to America’s Dairyland? (I Googled that.)

Well, she is licensed to practice law in Wisconsin. SCORE! And she does seem to like Peter’s socks of many colors that Diggy gifted him before he left. So much kinetic energy!

Eric gets some alone time after Peter. Rachel likes him. He likes that she likes cleaning the house. He also likes hugs, and kisses. Enter awkward kiss. It wasn’t Freddy P. awkward, but it was no Dean. Good for Eric for taking control in the moment.

Next up is the pot stirrer known as Iggy. This guy B-U-G-S. He claims to be protective of Rachel, so he snitches on the people who he feels are disingenuous. This week, he doesn’t like Josiah.

After tattling to Rachel, Iggy tells Joe that Rachel asked about the tension in the house, so he came clean and told her it was Josiah’s attitude.

  • Rachel did not ask that.
  • This is the exact same thing he said about Eric the week before.
  • I’m a little bored.
  • I agree with Josiah: Iggy feels that by disclosing his snitching behavior nullifies what he just said to Rachel. You don’t get a cookie for that!

To quote Kenny, it’s whack.

Meanwhile, Lee is back to buttering Rachel up like biscuit. He loves that she thinks he is positive and genuine, because some people come across as disingenuous.

Too bad this word-of-the-day toilet paper term wasn’t one of the spelling bee selections.

Rachel brings up the fact that she heard his fiery conversation with Kenny the rose ceremony before. Lee drives the bus up, gets out, throws Kenny under it, and then drives off by saying that Kenny became aggressive with him just because he stole Rachel away. During his interview, he calls Kenny a 220-pound ballerina and asks the audience to pray for Kenny, claiming he didn’t do anything but report what honestly happened.

Naturally, Rachel wants to get to the bottom of this. After Kenny raps to her (I wanted to scream NOT AGAIN until he rhymed “attorney” with “journey” — NICE!), she politely asks him to keep in 100 in the Lee department.

Kenny defends himself. Lee was giving him super shade. Rachel lets him know that she talked to Lee and he used the word “aggressive.” Is that true?

Kenny owns up to the fact that Lee did push his buttons and he shouldn’t have allowed himself to get caught up in the moment. Rachel wonders why Lee would say such a thing about Kenny. Kenny offers that maybe Lee is a liar.

At this time, Bryan comes to steal Rachel away. Kenny is annoyed that he spent all of his alone time talking about Lee and how he thinks Kenny is a dangerous man. In all honesty, he DID yell at Lee. However, aggressive is a strong word. Not as strong as disingenuous, but you get my drift.

Kenny begins pacing and I get nervous. I will him through the TV to remain calm. He saunters up to Lee, puts his big hand on Lee’s shoulder and asks him for a chat. Lee is LIVID. Will claims that he’s not going to get involved unless someone throws a punch. Adam Jr.’s dad is freaking out.

And according to scenes from next week’s episode, Kenny ends up with a bloody eye.

I’m calling misleading footage on this one. There’s no way Lee punches Kenny. If I had to guess, I’d say it was a wayward elbow to the face during some group date challenge. Perhaps he falls out of the top bunk?

Do you have any guesses? And what about Jack Stone’s one-on-one. We didn’t even get to see it! Was this episode sluggish to you? Or are you still rooting for your favorites? Right now, I’m all about Mr. Clean, sometimes Josiah, Will, Dean, Peter, and Bryan.

I fear Adam Jr.’s days are numbered.

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Chris
Chris

I noticed that about half the guys were unable to pronounce disingenuous, so spelling it was way out of the question. Luckily for me, I picked it as my drinking game word of the day and my liver is now waving a white flag.

Lincee Ray
Lincee Ray

Super lucky, Chris! Try “whack” next time…

Julie
Julie

I laughed at Peter saying “disingenius” instead of disingenuous. Was it just me or did Rachel seem a little drunk during the alone time after the spelling bee? She seemed to be borderline slurring her words. And why is Lee’s hair reminscent of Cameron Diaz’s sperm mousse’d up bangs in Something About Mary?

abby
abby

I actually noticed the same thing about Rachel after the spelling bee…I thought she had drunk eyes!

Kristin
Kristin

I thought that about Lee’s hair!!

Chris
Chris

Speaking of people reminding me of someone… Did Lee play the part of “Drew” in Office Space? I’m waiting for him to talk about his “O” face… the guy creeps me out…

DeeDee
DeeDee

Lee’s hair . . . just, no.

Lincee Ray
Lincee Ray

Lee has a lot to prove. And he’s starting with his hair.

Gondawatchsummore
Gondawatchsummore

Lincee- always the best part of Tuesday morning.

I agree with you that the “to be continued” and reoccuring editing themes made this show feel sluggish like maple syrup on a cold day. Kenny’s cut will be a thrown elbow in organized football game not a fight. I also noticed Rachel’s classy crying. I think if I was ever to offer advice to a bachelorette it would be this “drama=no rose”. Just boot their heineys out asap.

Dean is adorbs. White jeans excused. 10 years without talking to someone about your mother’s death =

Keep it coming. Best line simply- It was crazy. Like the straws.

Gondawatchsummore
Gondawatchsummore

= red flags
(Emoticons don’t show up- crying happy face-lol)

Jessica
Jessica

I was SO thinking the same about “drama=no rose.” Seems simple… if a guy brings drama, tattles, etc. give him the boot!

Lincee Ray
Lincee Ray

You are so sweet. Thank you!

Babs
Babs

Great recap as always! Loved how you spelled out Champagne, reminded me of a vacation my husband and I had at Dogwood Canyon (near Branson MO) and the guide would randomly spell out words like I-N-D-I-A-N. we proceeded to do that throughout the rest of the vacation.

I had to defend /vote for the white pants because my husband looked great in a pair of white Levi’s with his tan and swimmers body …course that was 1998

Dean is a doll! I hope we see more of Will he seems normal and is also a cutie.

Off topic but, I’m so bummer they are canceling BIP! I think Corrine and DeMario tarnished it for good and I doubt it will ever be back. They will probably reinvent it or at least I hope.

Babs
Babs

Revision needed, apparently BIP just resumed filming after no misconduct found ….YEAH!

Kelli
Kelli

I’m actually happy they resumed filming BIP. It’s such a trainwreck and what’s not to love when it isn’t your trainwreck.

Elizabeth
Elizabeth

I also like Will, wish we saw more of him

Lincee Ray
Lincee Ray

I’ll take your word on it, Babs. Your husband in his white Levi’s with a swimmer’s body in 1998 may be excused.

Shannon
Shannon

I agree about Will! Seems I just noticed him this episode.

Kelli
Kelli

The episode was extremely sluggish! Lee is a class A jerkface, but every guy he torments falls right into what Lee is striving for. My ex used to torment me until I blew up and then he would act very self satisfied that “I” was the emotional one. Then, I started NOT reacting to me and HE was the one who blew up. I think that the other guys in the house need to practice that method with Lee.

Iggy is a manipulator wannabe. He never talks to Rachel about ‘them’, but rather brings up another guy in the house. Why would any of them want to talk about another guy during that precious one on one time?

The spelling bee was awful. Kevin (the dog) hated it. I hope Kenny can get out of his own head and I hope Rachel gets rid of Lee and Iggy next week.

Christine
Christine

Poor Kevin. Hopefully he will like the show better next week!

DeeDee
DeeDee

Kevin is as always a canine of good taste!

Lincee Ray
Lincee Ray

It’s always nice to hear how Kevin handles these situations. I’m glad you keep us posted Kelli!

Kelli
Kelli

I posted a picture of Kevin on Lincee’s FB page, so you can put a face to a name! LOL!

abby
abby

A few things:
FIRST–I love when you post early! This is right around the time I eat lunch at my desk (I’m an hour ahead of you), so it’s a perfect time for me to indulge in my favorite recap blog.

Second, what’s funny is that, at least two times, the guys using the toilet paper word of the day actually said disingenuINE (not -ous)…even our beloved Peter said it, and it made me cringe.

Third, agreed about Iggy…do people not remember this will be aired??? Receipts.

Fourth, I also felt bad for Rachel because it’s apparent she isn’t into *that* side of the Bach…the constant feeding into drama to make a good TV show. She just wants the love. I also feel like she is not as willing to play the producers’ games as some of the other Baches are. When she is annoyed, her face shows it. When she doesn’t want to talk about it, she doesn’t talk about it. I like this about her, but I will say there has seemingly been a lot of frustration for such a short season so far (none of it her fault). I hope it doesn’t make her look bad at any point. *I* don’t think there is anything wrong with her reactions and frustration…just noting that some in BachelorNation might rather see the more bubbly version of a bachelorette.

Lincee Ray
Lincee Ray

I think Rachel is handling herself beautifully. She just needs to keep weeding out the jack wagons. Hopefully Lee is on his last leg..

BA B
BA B

SLUGGISH episode. I don’t even care about the 2-on-1 next week, except that it might mean we can get past this stupid “drama” and get focused on the guys we all seem to agree are interesting and here for the right reasons (right reasons), like Peter, Dean, and Bryan.

Mollie A
Mollie A

If only she could get rid of both Lee and Kenny. These two on one dates are so pointless.

Elizabeth
Elizabeth

She can. Sometimes that happens on a 2-on-1.

BA B
BA B

We can only hope!

BA B
BA B

And I LIKE Kenny. He’s been one of my favorites. But I don’t think she is that into him regardless so let’s just lose the extra baggage and drama and get on with it! IMO 🙂

Jessica
Jessica

I like Kenny, too- but I was disappointed that he fell right into Lee’s trap. I was hoping he would snap out of it and get away from the drama… but then I saw clips for next week. No such luck.

Lincee Ray
Lincee Ray

Surely she picks Kenny, right?

abby
abby

I meant to include this in my earlier comment: does anyone remember how one of the contestants, in their bio, said something to the effect of, “marriage is a sham created by religious institutions” when asked about their feelings on getting married? Well, that contestant was Dean. Which I HATE, but it was. I usually head back to peruse the bios once we have a better idea of who will make it far in the season, so I just looked at Dean’s and they removed that question/answer! Confirms my suspicion that he will make it far, but I can’t get it out of my mind that he said that. I am loving Dean (from what we have been shown on screen), and that comment just doesn’t sit right. If Dean doesn’t win, I am rooting for him for the next bachelor! But that comment would give me pause…I feel like they would need to explain it if he does become the next bachelor (or at after the final rose if he wins/comes in second).

Babs
Babs

Interesting! I wonder if either Dean is either the last man standing or in contention for next Bachelor and they are wanting to protect his image. After all they can’t have a bachelor that doesn’t believe in the sanctity of marriage.

abby
abby

Exactly my thoughts! Though I imagine enough people will remember it and call him/ABC out on it if he becomes the Bach. Still would love to see him as the Bach (that aside)!

Karen D
Karen D

Luckily we have it memorialized in Lincee’s blog!

Charlotte
Charlotte

I’m rooting for Dean for next bachelor too…as long as we are talking about the first same sex show. He bats for the other team.

Lincee Ray
Lincee Ray

SAY IT AIN’T SO!!!!!

Jess
Jess

I was totally thinking they are prepping Dean for next bachelor during this episode.

Suzy
Suzy

Dean is one of the most adorable people to ever be on this show! He’s so cute!! If he’s here just to be on tv, I wouldn’t’ even be mad, he should be on tv! I also liked how he called Lee a racist and then didn’t take crap from the producer about it.

Also, Jonathan is a doctor?! Did we already address that here? Why does he go by tickle monster!!

Also Lee like…flat out told Peter and Alex he liked them because they are white, unless that was edited? I understand not wanting to engage him, but you gotta say something there.

abby
abby

are you sure lee said that? certainly won’t find me defending lee, but i can’t say i recall that. i feel like that would have been very memorable?

Betsy
Betsy

He did not spell it out, but I thought it was implied with the tone of his voice.

Lincee Ray
Lincee Ray

I’m sure there’s all sorts of editing going on that we can’t even imagine.

Anita
Anita

I’m kinda over it all. This season is starting to seem (to borrow a word) disingenuous. I hate when mature adults act like kids, and Lee creeps me the creep out with the mind games. Men who play mind games, even with each other, scare me. I’m…kinda “over” this season already. I think I’ll keep reading Lincee and give up on the uncomfortableness that is this show now.

Lincee Ray
Lincee Ray

“Disingenuous” — NAILED IT. Way to go Anita.

Bitsy
Bitsy

I had the same reaction to both Lee and Iggy — I wanted to slap them both in the face with a hot waffle. I don’t know why a waffle; it just felt like the right thing to do.

Dean…I feel so bad for him, losing his mom at a pretty young age. Clearly he needs to talk about it more. But there’s something else going on there.

Gondawatchsummore
Gondawatchsummore

Hot waffle!!! Bahahahahah.

Susan
Susan

Hot waffle…..lol. Especially if it leaves the waffle marks on them!

Yank
Yank

I hot waffle iron would definitely do the trick!

Beth

All I cared about on this episode was that I finally figured out who Peter reminds me of: Tony from DWTS.

Other than that, I didn’t care about any of these people and they are all acting like 14 year old girls. I have two of them, so I feel like I would know.

tracee
tracee

You are so right!!lol Tony DWTS. He also seems like a chaperone

Lisa
Lisa

I’m thinking Scott Foley (Jake Ballard from “Scandal”). That’s all I see when I look at Peter!

Michelle

TONY!!! Nailed it.

Lincee Ray
Lincee Ray

THANK YOU BETH! It’s been bugging me for weeks!

islandchic
islandchic

Great re-cap as usual Lincee, my favorite line “Exactly. Lie and say you’re scared of puppies and chocolate.” LOL in my cubicle.

katie metzroth

I 100% agree with your favorite line choice!

Michele
Michele

@islandchic — I’m also with you, 100% (The two things I’m most *terrified* of! Bring ’em on–cure me of my phobia!)

Lincee Ray
Lincee Ray

I know, right? Do what you have to do, but NEVER put your true fear on that piece of paper.

Denise
Denise

Josiah repeatedly kissing his own reflection in the gold, plastic loving cup was such a turn-off…but Iggy is worse; has got to go. As well as Lee. Bye-eeeee. Why would she keep him? I thought Wha-Boom was the only one she was contractually obligated to. Peter and Eric do not seem smart enough for Rachel. Mr. Clean is moving to the top for me. Maybe Jonathan (is he the chiropractor “tickle monster” that Rachel thinks is too good to be true?) Lincee- I love your blog which makes the show a thousand times more fun!!

Lincee Ray
Lincee Ray

Thank you Denise! You are very kind. I think Josiah is playing it up for the cameras. He’s not that annoying in real life. Surely.

Kristin
Kristin

I actually liked the episode, but the drama is a little “disingenuous” sometimes. I like the dates this season. They are pretty fun and none of the boring things from before, like the Muppet date or Brave dates. I think these are a fun way to see the fun sides of the bachelors. I don’t like the “To Be Continued” of course. But other than that…

Best line–Lee drives the bus up, gets out, throws Kenny under it, and then drives off…
Great, funny recap! Love it!

islandchic
islandchic

I loved that one as well.

Susan
Susan

My favorite line too!

Lincee Ray
Lincee Ray

Thanks Kristin! Love getting the favs.

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