Bros will be bros, especially on reality TV.
We pick up where we left off two weeks ago with Rachel and her suitors and Lee instigating, well, everything. But here’s the thing — anytime the men are arguing, it’s an open opportunity for another man (always Bryan) to swoop in and steal the girl (with very aggressive open-mouth kissing). And man, do Lee and Kenny open the door for literally anyone else.
The problem is, when Kenny suggests that Lee is not his friend, the arguing is so loud that it starts throwing Rachel off her game. She’s caught up with the pressure of carrying a season as the first Bachelorette of color, so she cuts the excess and goes straight to the rose ceremony.
Somehow, Eric, Will, Dean, Jonathan, Peter, Adam, Bryan, Matt, Josiah, Jack, Iggy, Kenny, and Lee all get a rose. That means we have to say goodbye to Diggy, Square Face, and Fancy Blonde Hair. It makes no sense, but alas, drama makes the world go round.
So what do you do when you think you get rid of drama but you actually don’t? Well, you go to Hilton Head. Rachel chooses Dean for a picnic on the hood of a car like they’re in a Faith Hill music video, but it’s interrupted when a Goodyear blimp arrives to pick up the couple.
Rachel is super into it, but Dean is trying to not throw up. After calming down, they fly the blimp over the resort where the other guys are staying, and they decide that Dean is way too young for Rachel because that’s their decision to make, you know? But at the end of the night, he lands the rose and the coveted obscure country artist…