Hello, Nick V., longtime no see.
This week started with Clint getting called out by Kaitlyn finally. He kept talking about JJ and his relationship and how great that was. In the end she told him she was done and that she couldn’t trust him.
JJ flipped on Clint when they went in to say goodbye, and told Clint that he owed everyone an apology. They then got into an argument outside of the party, then JJ started crying. Because this is the most dramatic season that has nothing to do with the actual Bachelorette.
Kaitlyn ended up deciding not to have a rose ceremony because her emotions were too all over the place.
The crew also packed their bags to leave the mansion forever.
Their first stop is NYC.
Jonathan, Justin, Ben Z., Corey, Ryan, Tanner, JJ and Shawn got the first group date of the night. They had to rap. I mean, the whitest show on earth and they force them to rap. It was….oh there are no words.
But guess who made a special appearance, Ashley from her season, as well as Nick from Andi’s season. I mean, we all know the Bachelor Nation is incestuous but apparently they can now just show up on each other’s shows. PS. we hated Nick.
She basically ditched her dates to hang out with Nick. But she gave Justin the rose (one of them even called it the most meaningless rose in the history of the show).
She went to crazy Ashley (remember the onion girl?) for advice and for help with her hair (because braids are tough?). She actually had some decent advice for her, although apparently not good enough to help Kaitlyn decide.
She ended up letting Nick stay and compete with the other guys.
Then she went on her one-on-one with Jared. Poor Jared didn’t stand a chance because she was distracted by how the guys would handle Nick. Basically this whole episode revolved around Nick. But fuck the other guys, right Kaitlyn? He at least still got a rose.
The last group date went to Ian, Chris, Joe, Joshua and Ben H. They had to go through a true Broadway audition. The person who performed the best got a one-on-one date for the night with Kaitlyn and that was Chris (Cupcake). Great news to all those struggling actors who want to make it on Broadway, you just have to get on the Bachelorette and then you can get a walk-on role in the musical of your dream! Of course Chris got a rose.
The end of this week’s episode focused on Nick moving into the house, which will continue into next week.
Once again, there was no rose ceremony. (Maybe they’re phasing them out?).
We also got another peek at Britt and Brady. While they claimed it's been awhile that they've been together I'm still convinced they filmed it all in one day. But that didn't stop the claim from Brit that she thinks she could marry him.
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