There is actually a lot more to get through in this finale than there’s been in other ones over the years. Typically, the Overnight Dates and final three Rose Ceremony is over in the penultimate episode, but here Rachel hasn’t even had her Overnight Date with Bryan Abasolo yet, let alone the Rose Ceremony. Much of this is due in part to the fact that the show switched things around when it comes to her family visit — typically, the Bachelorette’s family only meets the final two, but it’s already happened here and it took place back in her hometown of Dallas.
Beyond that, though, there still needs to be the meeting with Neil Lane, dates featuring Rachel and the final two, the final Rose Ceremony, and of course the After the Final Rose special. That is a great deal to get through, but we can give you a small sampling of information as to what to expect below! Check out some of the latest information now via ABC.
The conclusion of the date with Peter Kraus – “An emotional Rachel struggles to find a compromise with Peter, who has admitted he isn’t ready to propose. On the eve of what should be a passionate night in the fantasy suite, Peter declares how much he cares for her, but ultimately is unsure if he can get down on one knee at the end of this journey. Who will be willing to compromise to make their relationship work?”
The whole idea of Peter needed to propose out of “compromise” is really rather strange; heck, the whole notion of him not being worthy because of this is. Why is the show trying to make him look like he’s wrong for not wanting to propose to someone he’s only known a matter of weeks?
The Overnight Date with Bryan – “Rachel’s final fantasy date is with Bryan. Their instant chemistry and passion have progressed quickly and steadily, making everything seem a little too smooth and easy. The couple spends the day horseback riding through the breathtaking Spanish countryside and stopping for a romantic picnic. Bryan senses something is wrong and confronts Rachel at dinner, worrying that her heart is with someone else. Will this be the beginning of the end for this romance?”
If anything, we just feel like she’s probably still thinking about everything that happened with Peter when this happens.
The end of the finale – “At the rose ceremony, Rachel sends home one heartbroken bachelor. She then has one last date with her final two men. Will these seal the deal for one of them? In one of the most dramatic moments in Bachelorette history, Rachel looks at making a decision she hopes she doesn’t regret. She is in love, but is he the one? Will she have second thoughts?”
So basically, it’s the same sort of drama that you get every season on the show. Superficially, it’s hard to figure that there is anything that is all that much different.
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