Are you ready for Monday’s The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All special? We hope so, given that all indications suggest that this is going to be as dramatic an event as they come. Rachel Lindsay will confront some of the men who were a part of her crazy season, and of course, some of these men are also going to confront each other about the patterns of behavior that they showed in the house.
The biggest narrative that you’re going to see play out here, and understandably so, is whether or not Lee Garrett made some of the comments that he did out of racism. It’s impossible to know whether or not this would be a focal point of the narrative if he did not make some of the offensive remarks that he did on Twitter, but in the end, that doesn’t quite matter. He wrote what he wrote and now has to live with some of the ramifications that do go along with that. The fact that he spent much of his time fighting with an African-American man in Kenny on the show doesn’t quite help matters for him.
The preview below tries to do everything in its power to suggest that Lee is going to be on the defensive when it comes to some of the things that he said, but we don’t really think that this is going to be the case. Instead, we feel like we’re far more likely to see him just show up and be contrite, knowing that there is not exactly all that much he can say to make things better for himself other than apologize. If he had any other intention for being on the show, we’re not sure he would turn up. The Men Tell All in general, tends to be a show where contestants go up, say predictable things, and then everyone moves on.
There are typically a few people who get a little too thirsty for Paradise and act like crazy people, but that is the full extent of the crazy that you tend to have an opportunity to see. We also find that it’s a little more uncommon to see that on this show than The Bachelor, largely because by this point, Bachelor in Paradise has already filmed and won’t be around for another year. If you didn’t make a good enough impression to be considered for that show on the season itself, you’re not going to make it here if you’re a guy.
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