'Bachelorette' 2017: Who Went Home In Episode 5? Race Takes Center Stage
'Bachelorette' 2017: Who Went Home In Episode 5? Race Takes Center Stage
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28 June, 2017, 04:51
Kenny was angry that Lee had told Rachel he'd been aggressive.
If Peter or Dean doesn't end up with Rachel in The Bachelorette season 13, one of them is surely going to be the next Bachelor star.
Adam's ready for bloodshed, however, that never comes.
Lee told Rachel in their alone time that Kenny had told him he wanted "to s-t in my boots" and claimed Kenny had pulled him out of a van. The two go to the top of Holmenkollen Olympic ski jump, and because they're insane, they decide to rappel down all 187 feet of it. Rachel helpfully points out that 187 is slang for the crime of murder, according to the California penal code.
She then proceeded to hand the group date rose to Will, much to Peter's disappointment.
So, that's that, right?
Anyway, Lee continued to dig his own grave and prove he is single handedly the biggest asshole in America by accusing Kenny of playing the "race card". Rachel casually asks him, "Do youwant to cover it in the hot tub?" After the rose ceremony, the remaining men leave the mansion to travel to attractive, peaceful Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, where Rachel hopes to get a fresh start, on "The Bachelorette", MONDAY, JUNE 19 (8:00-10:01 p.m. EDT), on The ABC Television Network. Jack is the lucky contestant to land the day out with Rachel, but there is a lot of pressure riding on their date.
Unfortunately, the answer is no.
"Dean is my favorite", she said of front-runner Dean Unglert, who shared a romantic blimp ride with Lindsay in last week's one-on-one date.
STOP IT. Unsurprisingly, Rachel wasn't feeling that answer and sent him home right then and there.
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"I said that I was going to leave "Lawyer Rach" at home, but I really need to get down to the bottom of what's going on."
Originally, we were excited to see Rachel and Jack Stone go on their one-on-one because, on paper, they seem like a ideal match. It may or may not be surprising, but Rachel chooses 37-year-old chiropractor Bryan! It seems like Lindsey is having a good time as she makes out with him in mid-air while heading to the top of a giant ski jump.
The two eventually settle down later that night to talk and learn more about each other.
Leading up to week six of the reality dating competition, trailers hinted Kenny would suffer a battle wound on the quest for Rachel's love - and many thought it was caused by this season's villain Lee. She learns that Bryan wasn't always the handsome and charming man that's appearing on "The Bachelorette".
Tonight's rose ceremony left behind Eric, Peter, Adam, Will, Matt, Alex, Josiah, Anthony, Kenny, and Lee - who's name should be changed to "Lying Lee".
There was a game, blah, blah, Peter got "handsy" with Rachel, Will scored a bunch of goals, Will's team won.
He also has a very unusual admission: He says the most nerve-wracking experience of his life was talking to Rachel on the first night they met. Will gets vulnerable and opens up, something that helps move their relationship forward. When Rachel barely cracks a smile after his jokes, Jack explains that he is looking for a woman with a sense of humor.
In the end Will gets the group date rose, which causes Peter to start doubting his connection with Rachel.
Rachel then had a two-on-one date with Lee and Kenny in the Norwegian wilderness - and they knew only one man would get chosen to continue on the show.
The feuders' fight came to a head on Monday's episode, after weeks of racial tension among the group.
But there are always a couple of knuckleheads who have completely lost sight of the main attraction and are exclusively focused on lasting just a little longer than some other guy they hate. He admits to yelling at Lee, which Rachel appreciates. So, she sends him packing.
Lee, meanwhile, had a different approach. Even though Lee told Will that he understood, the private cameras showed him not appreciating that the "race card" was played. So, a pitiful Kenny, a racist Lee and a confused Rachel are dropped off in the field to braid each other's hair and solve this whole misunderstanding.
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British Parliament Hit by Cyberattack, Affecting Emails
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