Bachelorette Hannah Recap: My Bologna Has a First Name

I think the only way we are going to get through the remaining episodes of Hannah’s journey to potentially screw up her life is through the power of camaraderie, deep breathing exercises, and watching old clips of Sean Lowe’s season on YouTube. 

We must stand strong, people. In the epic words of the students in High School Musical, “We’re all in this together.”

SIMPLE DISCLAIMER

The following information you are about to read is of personal opinion. However, if you or someone you follow on InstaStory happens to personally know, sort of know, is friends with the Starbucks barista who’s obsessed with the new Aladdin movie 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. 

ABC’s magic animated map takes us from Latvia to The Netherlands. Hannah frolics among hundreds of different colored tulips and a windmill, pontificating over the cold hard truth that she has seven young bucks left and only four airplane tickets to hometowns. 

We see the guys chillin beside the bike racks. Mercifully, ABC left the obligatory “WE LOVE YOU HANNAH” on the editing room floor. There’s a lot to unpack this episode and we have little time for such frivolity.

Tyler draws the short straw and is forced to stand next to Luke. Hannah walks up in a pale pink coat and I immediately assume the first one-on-one date is goat herding. 

It was not.

Let the record show that technically, all of the remaining gentlemen have received a one-on-one date previously in the season. Let the record also show that Tall Connor’s was cut short, thanks to Hannah’s mental exhaustion in Rhode Island. It’s understandable that Connor would be a teeny bit upset that Jed landed the first one-on-one. 

Jed and Hannah walk away hand-in-hand. Tyler delivers two stellar lines in a row, generally asking the group, “He didn’t bring his guitar, did he?” Classic.

He also responds when Luke addresses the group: “I hope my time this week isn’t robbed from myself. Or you guys. She needs as much as she can get with time this week.”

Instead of saying, “That doesn’t make sense,” Tyler tells Luke that he is the reason why time is of the essence, because Luke sucks the life out of every room he enters. Let’s roll the tape and point out when Luke is the common denominator in tense situations that lead to cancelled cocktail parties.

Tyler: “You need to snip it in the butt.”

He’s so pretty.

Jed and Hannah eat their weight in chocolates, hoping to squelch whatever sickness is hanging over Hannah. They heel click (twice) in front of a street performer cranking an old-timey organ. There was no monkey.

Then they sit down at an outdoor cafe, fatigued thanks to Hannah’s mono. Ironically an old couple (who happens to speak English) is super interested in the romantic makeup of Jed and Hannah’s relationship. Since they’ve been married for 54 years, the couple gives the young ones some advice: “It’s written in the stars.” 

Not advice, but I’ll allow it.

Hannah admits to Jed that she’s had trouble opening up to him because her feelings are so strong. He encourages her by sticking his tongue down her throat. 

That night at dinner, Hannah salutes Hilary Clinton by wearing her favorite Crayola red power suit. Unlike Hils, Hannah opts to leave her Oxford button down in the hotel room. Because there’s so much uncovered skin and half boob, she pairs the ensemble with a necklace made of iron pieces from the Game of Thrones throne. The jewelry can also double as a weapon if things get heated later.

Hannah tells Jed exactly what he does not want to hear: “I have feelings for multiple people. Also, I don’t want to hurt anybody.” Jed has always known this is an intricate game of chess, so he must respond wisely. He praises her for being honest and offers to “take it on for you.” Even if it means hearing things that don’t make him happy.

All of life’s events are relevant. Her confession could be song-worthy, which could lead to his big break in Nashville. 

Hannah LOVES that he offered to be her relationship sounding board. Her features change into a genuine happy face and she divulges that she felt something while clicking her heels in front of the monkey-less organ. Ten minutes and a thousand feeling words later, she admits that she is falling in love with Jed. 

Jed gets the rose. When the camera zooms in on their celebratory make out sesh, we see that Hannah’s magnum eyelashes are a little worse for wear, thanks to her infectious illness. 

SECOND ONE-ON-ONE
Tyler
“Will You Ride Into the Sunset With Me?”

Hannah dresses in beige, to match her sickly mood, but keeps things kinky by representing another necklace from the GoT collection. Tyler arrives in his tightest lumberjack outfit, ready to explore The Hague with his best gal.

When he learns the exploring will be on horseback, Tyler confesses that the animals make him nervous. Hannah informs him that horses can sense anxiety, so he will need to tuck those nerves back in. She rakes her hands down the front of his buffalo check and declares she has “given him some positive energy.”

Whatever. She just wants to feel his abs. I get it. 

Both mount their perspective horses from the wrong side. Neither horse “knows how to go.” Probably because they were pulling the reins back. 

My favorite part was when the horses went rogue. Hannah tries to clop over to a street vendor to score a waffle or two, but Seabiscuit isn’t having it. She’s also denied ice cream, but Tyler manages to get Maximus to stop by that street vendor. He pays for the desserts and then Maximus walks off before Tyler can snag the cones.  

And in what will go down as one of the grossest moments in Bachelor franchise history, Tyler JOKINGLY tells a street vendor that Hannah would love to sample his pickled herring. To his utter surprise, Hannah is game. 

You know how in Roman times, servants used to feed grapes to their master by hanging the bunch over the person’s head? Imagine that, but replace the grapes with a grey, slimy, raw filet. 

Hannah chomps down like a boss. Her response? “It’s not that bad. Salty.” 

Remember, this is the girl who ate a fish eye at a market and a bug in the jungle to impress Cole-en. 

Tyler shifts in his saddle as Hannah returns the favor, holding the grey, slimy, raw filet (dear Lord why?) high above Tyler’s contorted mouth. 

Tyler bites down like a squirrel. His response?

Note 1: They ate/gagged the herring on top of their horses.
Note 2: Hannah ragged Tyler for having a “weak stomach.”
Note 3: I laughed hysterically. It wouldn’t be the last time this episode.

After Tyler washes his pickled herring down with the ice cream he paid for half an hour ago, he and Hannah sit and discuss life, love, and other mysteries. Tyler wants to keep things focused on Hannah. He is sad that the cocktail parties have not worked out. He understand that SHE needs that time, too.

Hannah wants him to expand on that thought. “How are you feeling with all this?”

Tyler shares that he gets in his own head. He’s had trouble sleeping. And Latvia was hard for him.

Hannah: I want to know all the details. 
Tyler: Well, I guess I was comparing myself to other people.

Hannah: I want to know exactly what you were thinking. 
Lincee: He just told you.
Tyler: This is a hard process and it just got to me.

Hannah: Don’t hold back. Tell me your struggles.
Lincee: Comparison games. Weird dating process. Trouble sleeping. He. Just. Told. You.
Tyler: Do you mean with you and me?

Hannah: When you’re honest, I’m honest.
Tyler: Okay…
Lincee: Here’s a thought: Always be honest. 

Hannah: If you invite me in, I’ll accept it. But I need to know you’re in this thing.

Are the antibiotics messing with her brain right now? What is going on? Could this be a red flag that Tyler isn’t emotionally as far along as Jed? Why is she trying to pull something out of him?

Before these questions can be answered, we must address the fact that Hannah straight up forgot her pants at dinner. The shoulder pads were out and proud. Her boobs were on display for all to ogle. And if she thought about sneezing, all the Dutch people in the land would definitely see the bits and pieces of her undercarriage. 

Hannah is still holding a torch for their earlier conversation and tells Tyler that she wants to know “the dirty and raw.”

For some reason, Tyler did not look her up and down and say, “You’re the dirty and raw” while Z-snapping in front of her cleavage. Tyler figured out (or was told) that he needed to share a heartstring story with Hannah or things would go south. 

He tells Hannah that he has trouble opening up because his parents are divorced. He then shares narrates a rags to riches story that ends with the market crashing and Tyler’s family having to move out of their waterfront home. His biggest fear is a failed marriage. 

Hannah is relieved Tyler finally opened up. She pins the date rose on his purple velvet Hugh Hefner smoking jacket. Then they make out in the back of a horse-drawn carriage. I’d like to point out that there’s zero chance Hannah’s bare butt wasn’t touching that leather seat. 

Before I get to our final one-on-one, I have to mention poor Tall Connor. When Mike’s name was called as the recipient of the final solo date, he took matters into his own hands and paid the ABC Intern a few euros and Tyler’s leftover jar of pickled herring in exchange for Hannah’s room number.

When he knocks on her door, she is both shocked and excited to see him. Unfortunately things don’t turn out the way Connor was hoping. He goes in ready with a speech about how they’ve barely spent time together, yet he knows she would love his family. 

He leaves in a black rejection SUV. Presumably to take him to the airport. Where he will hop a plane to Mexico and find love on Bachelor in Paradise

THIRD ONE-ON-ONE DATE
Mike
“I’m Drawn To You”

I pegged Mike as the Mayor of Hannah’s Friend Zone weeks ago. Sure they biked around and posed together half nude on a chaise lounge while a woman abstractly painted them (like one of Jack’s French girls) but it is clear that Hannah just isn’t feeling Big Mike.

What she is feeling is extreme guilt and probably a headache from her severe hairdo. 

Hannah putters around an empty Mauritshuis and stops in front of “Girl with a Pearl Earring.” There were a few tears as she took in the extraordinary art. 

Then she moves on to gaze on the wonder that is (according to Wikipedia) “St. Catherine.” It’s a woman, simultaneously wielding a sword and reading a Bible, while a band of idiot men kerfuffle behind her. This brings Hannah to snotty, mascara running tears.

I think we call this life imitating art. 

Mike arrives in a glass elevator and Hannah is void of any emotion other than turmoil. She immediately drags Mike to the designated pretend eating area. There’s no time to comment on the fact that she is essentially wearing the same ice skating outfit Kristi Yamaguchi wore in the short program in Barcelona. 

Hannah explains her mental state is a result from “being here and getting to see all the art and stuff.” Through more tears and hiccups, she tells Mike that he is not the one. Then she loses it. 

Big Mike understands, as we knew Big Mike would. He thanks her for being honest and affirms that “this had to be hard.” Then he has to wait two minutes for the elevator to arrive before Hannah escorts him into the glass box of emotion. He later tells the camera in the rejection SUV that Hannah stuck a dagger in his heart, pulled it out, and stomped on it.

Calm down, Big Mike. Hitch a ride to Mexico with Connor or hold out for the next Bachelor position. 

Meanwhile, back at the bro hotel, Tyler, Jed, and Garrett roll their eyes when Luke acknowledges that he would be perfectly fine if they came to take away Big Mike’s suitcase. 

Tyler can’t stand it anymore and goes for the jugular: “Usually the villain is a tall, tough guy, but you’re only five-foot-eight. There are five guys who have to put up with you and we can’t stand you.”

Then a young woman comes in to take Big Mike’s bag away. If smiles could kill, Luke would be a slayer. His point? It’s simple math. That’s one more rose up for grabs.

Point taken.

GROUP DATE
Peter, Garrett, Luke

After Tyler tells Peter and Garrett that he will be praying for them (hilarious), Garrett worries that Luke is going to do some sort of weird Hail Mary pass to win Hannah’s heart on the date. So he tells Luke to stay in his lane, but he said it with harsher words. 

Jed goes for broke and tells Luke to “keep your head out of your a$$.” Luke smiles and tells Jed that out of all the remaining guys, he never expected him to have the balls to tell him that. Respect. 

JESUS TAKE THE WHEEL.

Hannah wears her most colorful, tightest pencil skirt and highest heels to teeter around on cobblestone. They eventually go inside to awkwardly sit around a table, while Hannah toasts to a day with no drama. 

Luke steals her away and brings the drama. He tattles on Jed for the a$$ remark and casually throws in, “I expected that from Tyler” and then throws Garrett under the bus. 

When it’s Garrett’s turn to talk to Hannah, he reminds her that he was nervous to tell her he was falling in love, but now he has a total peace about it. 

Hannah: Cool, cool. Now what did you say to Luke? He said you were being fake nice to him?

Garrett tries to knit together a response that makes sense, without bringing the drama, but falls short. He claims he was frustrated in the moment and dealt with his anger by giving Luke short, abrupt answers. Hannah wonders why Garrett just didn’t walk away? 

I wonder why I haven’t just walked away, too.

Garrett then accidentally sticks his foot in his mouth. He whines to Hannah that once again, he can’t share all of his touchy feely thoughts because their time inevitably turns into The Luke P. Show.

Hannah [delivered in an ice cold tone]: I’m sorry that I brought him up, but it’s what I needed to talk about. 

Nail in the coffin. Sayonara G-Man. Long live the hero hair. 

Naturally Garrett accuses Luke of not staying in his own lane. Some make this phrase a drinking game and are sloshed in the next five minutes. 

Garrett gets all creepy and pokes the bear with a rock, then a stick, then double finger pistols, then a staring contest, some lunch meat, then actual words. He takes a page out of Luke’s Manipulation 101 textbook and taunts Luke with “Hannah appreciated what I had to say about you.”

This sends Luke into full-blown rage mode. He picks up the lunch meat on the table and tosses a pile of bologna in Garrett’s lap. Why? BECAUSE HE IS A PILE OF BOLOGNA.

Oh yeah. He said it. Watch out. 

Then he gets in Garrett’s face and shouts, “I’m not going to let you screw this up.” 

Luke bustles outside and finds Peter in the designated place the producers told him to stand while the two yahoos inside made fools of themselves. He tries to process through his Garrett rage, but Peter cuts him off. Peter is mad that Luke did not keep his word when he promised to not talk about the other guys. And he is ticked that he has to go into his alone time with Hannah when she’s most likely in a horrible mood, thanks to Luke. 

Peter plays it smart and just makes out with her the entire time. Between kisses, he affirms her beauty, goofiness, smarts, and smoking hot body. He throws in a “my heart if filled with happiness” for good measure. 

Hannah gives Peter the date rose and they make it official by kissing on the balcony. Then she sends him away so she can deal with the remaining riffraff. Peter is none to happy to get the heck out of dodge. When he arrives back at the hotel, this happens:

If you don’t find true love on The Bachelorette, odds are you’ll find a bromance. 

Next we have to suffer through a mini two-on-one with Garrett and Luke. Garrett’s plan is to pretend Luke doesn’t exist. Luke’s plan is to kill Garrett with kindness, so he can report back later how Garrett is mean to him, even when he says nice things. 

Hannah arrives in her freshly skinned panther shrug. Her Spanx double as her actual outfit. She spends her alone time with Luke talking about his fleshly desires and how he found the Lord in the shower. Hannah tells the camera that she likes how he’s open about his faith. 

Then they get horizontal on the couch. Memories of the grotto come flooding back and she remembers why she likes Luke. 

After adjusting her hair and lipstick, Hannah forces herself to sit for a few minutes with Garrett. She feels just awful when he tells her that he LOVES her and that he is stoked for her to meet his family. 

That makes it hella awkward when she holds the one remaining rose in her hand and tells the two guys on either side of her that she’s going with her gut (read: loins) and what her heart (read: tingling parts) tells her. 

She hands the rose to Luke, who smiles and evil smile, and walks Garrett out to the rejection SUV. He kisses her eyelids, nose, and mouth (gross) and both agree to try and meet up at small group since they attend the same church in Birmingham. Roll tide. 

SCENES FROM NEXT WEEK

As you all know, I don’t do spoilers. I am that girl who watched the “coming up” montage like I was looking for Easter eggs in a Taylor Swift video. Here’s what I discovered:

  • We saw only two family members during hometowns. Presumably Luke and Tyler’s dads. Does that mean the hometown dates are going to be boring next week?
  • Only three guys make it to the fantasy suite. Clearly Luke is one because they have the sex discussion at dinner. We can also see him kissing Hannah with Greece in the background. 
  • There’s also a shot of Jed topless with his guitar slung around his chest. I wouldn’t put it past him to have sexy times with his six string attached, but would this happen during hometowns? This feels fantasy suite-ish, right?
  • Moreover, there’s a shot of Tyler and Hannah enjoying a couple’s massage. Do we think this could happen during hometowns? Perhaps. But it’s also a fantasy suite pregame situation if you ask me.
  • We see a shot of Peter on a boat with Hannah. There are cliffs behind them. I’m told this could definitely be his hometown, considering he’s from California. However, there are no more superfluous shots of Peter. 
  • My theory: Peter doesn’t get a rose after hometown dates. 
  • Consider: Hannah tells Luke that she bleeped in a windmill. Twice. Was this windmill in Amsterdam? A place where windmills traditionally stand? And which contestant did she bleep in a windmill if it was in Amsterdam? Either Tyler or Jed, obviously. And how did they have time to bleep twice? SO MANY QUESTIONS.

Think of it this way: One of these things is not like the other. I feel Jed and Tyler or adjacent “bad boy” types who have the potential to be a little rough around the edges. There’s an excitement that follows them. Also, I think Tyler is a player in real life. 

We know Luke is a chach who has Hannah wrapped around his finger.

That leaves sweet, kind Peter. Yes, she’s attracted to him, and yes they get horizontal, but she gets horizontal with everyone. She’s a horn dog. Personality wise, Peter sticks out from the rest as different. He’s not as dangerous.

And, if a contestant ends up in fourth place, and the viewing audience thinks he’s adorable, it’s a no brainer that he will be considered for The Bachelor

If that happens, I think it’s Peter and Big Mike up for the role. If ABC announces Big Mike on Bachelor in Paradise and Peter leaves next week, it’s definitely Peter.

Did I cover all the bases? What did I miss? Do my theories add up? Sound off in the comments section!

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Christa S
Christa S

I thought the same thing about the windmill! My theory is that she took both Jed and Tyler to the windmill and bleeped them each there once. Thanks, as always, for the funny recap, Lincee!

Amanda
Amanda

Windmill is definitely in Greece. Those islands are full of windmills!

Milly
Milly

Yay! Great recap!
Mike handled his rejection so well, that for the first time I felt I would enjoy seeing him as bachelor. I still would rather Peter or Tyler (if neither of them win…). Peter is so classic ABC bachelor, he would be the safe, easy choice. He is adorable, like a puppy dog and it would be a Ben/Sean type of season. I have no idea how a season with Tyler would go, but I think it is more likely they won’t chose him and he will fall into the abyss of bachelor franchise and become a player, dating random contestants and becoming too full of himself 🙁

Was it just me or was Tyler totally “off” on his date? I think he was just in his head the whole time. Doesn’t lessen my love for him though. I am still hoping!!!

Jed gave me “wrong reason vibes” from the start but their romance, emotional connection, and chemistry was through the roof this episode. It almost looks like Hannah is faking it with all the others in comparison (besides for her lust for Luke).

Cathy denis
Cathy denis

I just felt gross the whole episode. I liked her in the beginning but she is bugging now and I just can’t stand Luke. Maybe he’s truly in love and maybe he’s a good guy in real life but he’s such a douche on the show. I wish she hadn’t made out with Garrett right before she sent him home. Such a frustrating season. And I hated that she bungee jumped naked. I mean I’m not a prude at all and I just think it’s not a wise move on national television when you’re trying to find a husband ‍♀️ And I did unfortunately inadvertently read some spoilers so I know a little about some stuff but not the outcome.

Karen
Karen

Mike for Bachelor! I think he’d make a better bachelor than Peter for the same reason Hannah won’t pick him (presumably.) Peter’s too nice. I do think he’d do fine, but Mike would be more interesting. I also think that Mike being a little bit older is a good thing. After the last two seasons of relatively young contestants, we need a little more maturity on this show.

Libby
Libby

I feel like Peter is just Colton 2.0

Amy
Amy

I think Greece is known for windmills too, so maybe this windmill stuff is yet to come…. Feeling really bad for Hannah that Luke P is still there.

H H
H H

Yes, they’re definitely in Santorini or Mykonos on the montage and Mykonos has windmills! As do other Greek islands…

LORRAINE
LORRAINE

Yes, you are correct Mykonos has iconic Windmills… and it definitely looked like Luke and Hannah were chatting with Greece in the background.

Lisa
Lisa

Yes, I was actually in Greece last week and there were windmills on most every island I went to. A few I saw were turned into bed and breakfasts.

Mary
Mary

Great read, as always!

Did anyone notice a forearm full of tattoos while guys were talking in hotel (in the first hour)? They never showed a face. I’d never noticed anyone with tattoos like that.

Rachel
Rachel

It was Mike’s arm with the tattoos.

Shelley
Shelley

I was cringing watching Hannah & Tyler get on the wrong side of the horses, then not have a clue how to ride them. Those horses are all broken in, so they weren’t in danger, but that seemed foolish. There are producers everywhere, surely someone could have given them a couple hints. And LOL at Garrett making baloney eyeballs in the outtakes! The other guy is the new he who shall not be named to me, I refuse to even whisper it. Get the hell off my TV HWSNBN2!

Anna
Anna

Oh my goodness getting on the wrong side of the horse bothered me too! I was for sure that they wouldn’t let it happen twice but BOTH of them did! LOL!

Ruth

Luke has this idea in his head of what the perfect woman is like and he has decided Hannah is that woman. Every time she dares to do anything out of Luke’s defined expectations he is stunned. He literally cannot fathom that she isn’t exactly what he wants her to be.

Karen
Karen

Oh my gosh that’s so true!

I was once engaged to a man who felt I was perfect
I was once engaged to a man who felt I was perfect

I was once engaged to a man who felt I was perfect. Truly frightening because of course you can’t live up to that. Didn’t look like Luke but the same personality. Hopefully she doesn’t make that mistake

Judy
Judy

I think that Luke and Hannah deserve each other. They are both narcissistic, immature, and not very bright.

malgorzata
malgorzata

Luke’s mandatory read ” The Stepford Wives” by Ira Levin, a hot commodity in 70’s, (Kindle version 2018). Right now, he is beyond help. You were kind calling his reaction “stunned”.

Debbie A
Debbie A

You have to love Tyler’s “jump and almost straddle” when Peter walked back into the house!

LORRAINE
LORRAINE

Your recaps are the best thing about this season. Unfortunately I have been semi- spoiled, so I really have nothing to look forward too. But I think Hannah is too immature to make adult decisions… and If she did in fact BLEEP someone in a windmill.. then that is just GROSS.
Loved the end recap with Garrett and lunch meat all over his face during the Luke stare down. Long live the hero hair indeed.. LOL
ABC needs to forget about all these losers and find someone fresh and ready to get married after 6 weeks.

Jen
Jen

Why is it gross? Because it wasn’t in a bed or because it was on the show? Maybe there’s a make shift room in the windmill for the fantasy suite? It’s exciting to Bleep in non traditional places. Just saying.

Jaime
Jaime

I am constantly thinking about the poor camera man filming the bleeping and near-bleeping.

Libby
Libby

Oh I am certain that there were no camera men present during any bleeping. They don’t accompany them into the fantasy suites.

Georgia Hyman
Georgia Hyman

There is a windmill suite hotel in Greece …

Libby
Libby

There is nothing disgusting about windmill bleeping. I say get it, girl.

LORRAINE
LORRAINE

I was picturing the Mini Golf version of a Windmill and thought it was outdoors and that is why I thought it was Gross..
I don’t think that Bleeping before the show is over is Gross.. I was thinking Bleeping Outside in full view of the cameras.

LORRAINE
LORRAINE

I was picturing the Mini Golf version of a Windmill and thought it was outdoors and that is why I thought it was Gross..
I don’t think that Bleeping before the show is over is Gross.. I was thinking Bleeping Outside in full view of the cameras.

Dana
Dana

I just need to say this, as a happily married woman with three kids, that I am totally falling in love with Tyler (ha)! But really, he’s perfect. I’m hoping if he doesn’t get chosen that he’s the next Bachelor – although, I really hope Hannah chooses him as she deserves a nice guy.

Jen
Jen

Me too! (But 2 kids) crushing hard.

white
white

“snip it in the butt”
classic

am i the only one who is not a tyler fan? his voice, his teeth, his too tight/too short man capris, etc….

Karen
Karen

I’m with you on that. His clothing choices aside, there’s just something about him that doesn’t sit right with me. If Luke wasn’t around, he’d be my least favorite.

Libby
Libby

Yes. You are the only one.

white
white

i think your predictions concerning mike/peter at the end are spot on.

Kelli
Kelli

I’m SOOO glad you brought up the sex in the windmill preview. I was all—who was she in a windmill with in the Netherlands???? Now I know Mykonos has them (from the comments posted)

Second–I can’t believe you didn’t directly address Hannahbama telling Luke “I just don’t understand why the guys aren’t kind to you?’ I would imagine that she will get her answer when she is watching this season. Peter is probably the most genuine guy left, even if he is a horn dog, just like she is. I think he is too young to be Bachelor, I’m rooting for Big Mike, but would accept either. I think Peter would be too much like Colton’s season.

I’m beginning to think our Bachelorette is flying her own red flags. And have y’all noticed that she isn’t walking them out to the rejection limos/vans? That’s always been one of the ‘things”, walking the walk of shame with the rejected contestant to the vehicle.

No Kevin comments because he was naughty and did not get to watch from the big bed last night.

Kathleen
Kathleen

I hope that whatever Kevin did that was naughty did not involve windmills (!) – I miss his canine commentary ; )

Kelli
Kelli

For no apparent reason, Kevin pooped in my closet. He was a good boy yesterday, so he is out of timeout. Unfortunately, this is the time of year Kevin hates because of all the fireworks, so it may happen again.

Tara Lawrence-Stuart
Tara Lawrence-Stuart

Hi, Kelli, After Kevin’s time out, my cat Max wants your input…we both watch the Bach in bed together.

Libby
Libby

Dang it, Kevin.

Shannon
Shannon

Haha my daughter has a corgi named Kevin, I love his commentary!

Lara
Lara

Kelli, I agree about her own flags. I haven’t seen all the episodes but from reading these recaps (my favorite part!) it feels like she is on her own adventure, having fun, hoping for the best, following her “heart” (read: emotional/physical chemistry). I try to think how I would feel at 24 with the opportunity to fly around the world, be pursued by some hot guys, some of which are questionable for sure. I would be on a wild ride too but no bungee jumping and windmill fantasy suites. I am not dramatic enough for this show (ha ha). Then or now.

Anyway, my kitty thinks the show is ridiculous but I read her the comments I like. She usually swishes her tail and goes back to sleep. She is not fond of dogs but does feel some of Kevin’s observations are spot on so hope he gets through the Fourth of July without any more mishaps!

Jen
Jen

I CANNOT believe we have to endure at last two more weeks of Luke!!!