All your friends were back again for the July 31st installment of “The Bachelorette,” known as the “Men Tell All” episode. It was time for the losers to air their grievances as fan anxiously await Rachel’s final decision. Remember the Whaboom guy? He was back, as were a bunch of other gentlemen whose names we still can’t remember. Make your “The Bachelorette” 19 predictions for a chance to top our famous leaderboards. It’s fun and easy, so start predicting right now.
One name we can’t forget is DeMario, who was disgraced early on when an ex-girlfriend showed up and informed Rachel they were still in a relationship. His excuse was weak then, and it was weak now. “Bill Clinton had sex with Monica,” he argues. Sorry DeMario, but we’re not buying it.
Later, the ongoing feud between single dad Kenny and racist tweeter Lee was resurrected yet again. Kenny and his daughter got a free trip to Disneyland (gotta love that synergy), while Lee got called out for comparing the NAACP to the KKK on social media. He denounced his remarks and it looks like all is forgiven, but maybe next time these contestants should be screened a little more closely.
Fan-favorite Dean, who’s perhaps auditioning to be the next “Bachelor,” opened up about his hometown date, which saw him very publicly confronting a mentally unstable father whom he hadn’t spoken to in years. His explanation seemed reasonable enough: he wanted Rachel to get the whole picture before choosing him, and he also saw this as an effective way to deal with his issues.
Finally, Rachel came out to extend some olive branches, using one of them to give Lee the whipping he so desperately deserves. She encourages him to meet her backstage for a lesson in black history and women’s rights, two subjects he probably slept through in high school.
Next week, she’ll choose either Bryan, Eric, or Peter to be her husband, but until then, we’re left wondering how things would’ve turned out had the Whaboom guy stuck around a little while longer.
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