SPOILERS if you haven't watched last nights episode!
ABC called this season "the most emotional Bachelorette ever" and I have to agree! It seems like at least 5 dudes cried every episode from day one... even when there were less than 5 dudes left, somehow, 5 ended up crying...
Highlights from last night?
ABC repeatedly playing clips of poor Sean calling Emily his wife and Ricky his daughter... which of course is producer-code for "this guy ain't getting a rose"
On the bright side, America, Sean's now single
The whole world finally learning how to pronounce "Curaçao"
Emily's INSANE dress from her date with Jef... Check it out here!
Everyone's autocorrect officially using "Jef" not "Jeff" anymore...
Emily being the classiest Bachelorette of ALL TIME and not inviting any of the guys to her fantasy suite
But ultimately, Emily letting go the only guy she could possibly have had a future with. Le Sigh.
One of these things is not like the other...
Its down to Jef and Arie... both of whom have been fan favorites from night #1 but neitther of whom could ever have a real marriage with Emily. Jef and Emily still haven't discussed that Jef's parents/siblings/possibly himself are Mormons (kind of a big deal, religion is typically something us normal people discuss on a 3rd date), and Arie essentially made it this far for being a good kisser. Good kisses are great but good kisses don't raise your children! They don't send your flowers on your anniversary, and they don't support you through the hard times, and they definitely don't qualify someone has husband/father material!
Stop trying to make "fetch" happen
My money's on Jef... or Sean's comeback! Next Monday is the reunion special, and Sunday the 22nd is the FINAL ROSE! Make sure you join our twitter party - @ClaireScatter