Tonight, The Bachelorette featured a wide array of different events, whether it be a confrontation between Lee Garrett and Kenny King or one of the more uncomfortable solo dates that we’ve ever seen.
The episode ended tonight with Rachel Lindsay vowing to get to the bottom of whatever was going on between Lee and Kenny, and she had a major decision that she had to figure out. So where do we go from here? When the show returns to ABC tomorrow night (we’re getting a two-night event thanks largely to the show taking a week off), you will get some answers. You will see who Rachel sends home, and then from there a Rose Ceremony and some more of the typical stuff that you expect from this show. Is it somewhat frustrating that episodes don’t end with a Rose Ceremony anymore? Absolutely, but there’s not a whole lot that can be controlled there at this point.
Beyond all of that, we’re going to get a chance to see some other romance … but it’s admittedly pretty darn tough to focus on all of that right now since this date is so ridiculously dramatic. Obviously to us it makes sense for Rachel to keep Kenny around, given that he is the more likable of the two guys and the one that is being far more genuine of the two. Unfortunately, it’s too bad that she doesn’t have the tapes for this and can only see what is directly in front of her. She doesn’t know what a heel Lee is being.
We do think that the odds are super-high that she just goes ahead and sends the two of them home at once. It’s possible that Rachel just doesn’t feel anything for Kenny, or that Lee’s poisoned him enough that it’s impossible to. The one thing that Kenny does have going for him is that in the court of public opinion, he’s clearly winning and has people on his side.
What do you think is going to be coming next for Kenny and Lee on The Bachelorette? Be sure to share now in the comments!
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