We know that The Bachelorette, like its sibling show The Bachelor, loves its hyperbole. Even still, it’s bringing it to all-new heights courtesy of the upcoming hometown date rose ceremony. There is going to be a DRAMATIC, HISTORIC, or whatever-you-want-to-call-it moment coming up during the end of the episode. It may alter the course of everything that is to come — or, if nothing else, give us something more to discuss! (There has been no shortage of that as of late.)
What we know entering hometown dates is this: At some point, whether it be in this episode or during the Overnight Dates, we’re going to see Luke P. eliminated. That is the only thing that is certain — beyond that the Twitter comments after that fight happens are going to be insane and we’re scared to look at them already. We’re going to see fireworks, but that may not be until after this rose ceremony takes place.
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Let’s go ahead and share the synopsis for Monday’s episode now for the sake of some further context:
Hannah returns to the states to visit the hometowns and meet the families of her final four men: Jed, Luke P., Peter and Tyler C. Her challenging journey to find love is about to get more difficult as tough questions still need to be answered. Are all of these men marriage material? Hannah will attempt to find out from those who know them best. She struggles with her final decision, but what happens at the rose ceremony makes Bachelor franchise history.
So what could the twist be?
Given that it’s at a rose ceremony, it’s not as though there are unlimited possibilities. It’s possible that Hannah goes out on a limb and sends two people home, or she does nothing at all and keeps everyone for overnight dates. This feels like the more likely possibility just because production probably wants to have as many people as possible. Trying to fill up the overnight date episode, which is one of the worst of the season as it is, save for some lucky drama, with just two people feels impossible.
No matter what we see on the next few episodes, it’s going to go down as one for the books. It may be the Burn Book, but isn’t that still a book?
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