The Bachelorette episode 4 won’t be airing until Monday, June 19, and for many people out there we suppose that this may be a cause for some sadness. Why do this? Well, blame the NBA Finals. Even if basketball does happen to be over by this point (it’s certainly possible based on how the Warriors are running the table at the moment), it will still remain off the air. Clearly, this is a show that is not trying to turn things around on some of their fans at the last minute.
As for what to expect when the show does come back on the air, Eric Bigger is going to find himself at the center of a firestorm after losing his cool previously. Lee Garrett, who has stirred the pot and intentionally caused problems already, is going to continue to do so with Kenny King during the cocktail party, as well. The synopsis below gives you a nice preview of what is coming before the show makes its first trip outside of California this season:
“The contentious cocktail party continues, as a frustrated Eric implores the rest of bachelors to stop talking about him to Rachel. While most of the men are perfectly content to skip the drama, one calculating guy, Lee, deceptively steals Rachel away from Kenny for a second conversation. The two bachelors’ confrontation sets off a heated argument, totally distracting Rachel as she attempts to better acquaint herself with the other men. So she makes a decision that surprises all of the bachelors. After the rose ceremony, the remaining men leave the mansion to travel to beautiful, peaceful Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, where Rachel hopes to get a fresh start.”
Hopefully, this will be when Rachel gets rid of Lee since that will offer her a chance to move forward without nearly as much negativity among her group of guys. She’s got a likable crew for the most part with a few bad eggs / a few ridiculous eggs thrown in there. She does already have Whaboom out of the picture, so now it’s about trimming out more of the fat to leave herself with more of the legitimate contenders.
As for the whole “leaving the Rose Ceremony until the start of the next episode” business, we still don’t like it but it doesn’t appear that it’s changing. Someone over on production feels like this is the best way possible to milk drama and keep people watching from one episode to the next.
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