The biggest drama was saved for the season’s first rose ceremony. After Chris had previously admitted that he wouldn’t be interested in sleeping with either Gabby or Rachel in the fantasy suites if they had been intimate with somebody else, a group led by Quincey, Jordan H. and Hayden debated if they should tell the Bachelorettes.
Quincey eventually decided it was imperative to tell Gabby and Rachel, explaining, “I think whoever overheard the conversation and doesn’t bring it to their attention is basically keeping secrets from their wife.”
A little extreme, but we’ll take it.
After Gabby and Rachel were made aware of Chris’ comments, which Rachel said made her feel “sexualized in a way,” they confronted him. Gabby wasted no time in grilling Chris, asking, “Do you think it’s appropriate to be talking about fantasy suites this early?”
He attempted to explain his comments, but it was clear the damage had already been done. Gabby and Rachel both asked him to leave. And despite an attempt to weasel his way back into the house, he was escorted out a second time.
When it finally came time for the rose ceremony, host Jesse Palmer explained that the roses would be a joint offering from both Gabby and Rachel. When the dust settled, Ryan, John, Brandan and Colin were left empty-handed and, thus, sent home.
At least they have a new pair of Speedos as a parting gift.
The Bachelorette airs Mondays at 8 p.m. on ET.