Monday night’s new episode of “The Bachelorette” is the last before the beginning of the hometown dates, and it has to be more like a pressure-cooker than any of the other installments thus far. By the time the episode is over, there will one be four people left standing — and considering the feelings that everyone has at the moment, the end result of what happens in Prague is going to leave two men feeling pretty broken-hearted.
We’ve already reported at length about Arie Luyendyk’s past relationship with producer Cassie Lambert coming out, but ABC’s new press release for the episode proves that there is still plenty of other things that happen — including a Chris Bukowski breakdown that could end up costing him a rose:
“The pressure mounts as Emily must determine which four men will have the opportunity to take her home to meet their families. Prague, the picturesque capital of the Czech Republic will serve as the backdrop for Emily’s most important decision yet. However, there is something that has been weighing on Emily’s mind a lot lately about Arie, and she aims to get it straightened out once and for all: what exactly happened between this handsome race car driver and one of the show’s producers? The only rose up for grabs this week will be on the group date, and that man will be guaranteed a hometown visit, which only ratchets up the drama. How far will desperate bachelors go to make their fantasy come true? Chris is on the verge of a breakdown by rose ceremony time, but Emily is confident who the final four should be.”
Currently, the only person we suspect to be in serious danger of leaving for sure is John Wolfner, mostly because we’ve went through this whole season at this point and still have no idea just who he is. (Typically, the important people to the season are shown by this point.) Somebody else does have to leave, though, and it could be Chris — or even Arie, if Emily decides to blow up his relationship with the producer into something bigger than it really was.
Who do you think is in the most danger of going home?