I'm not sure if that's a sign of A) having too much going on, B) seriously having memory issues or C) just not caring. I think the answer is a combination of A and B, and hopefully not D) all of the above. Good Morning America (or was it The Today Show?) said this morning that multi-tasking as bad for the brain and goodness knows I'm always multi-tasking. The fact that I can't remember from this morning may be a bad sign for option B. I flipped between both. I think it was The Today Show.
Anyway, we ended last time with Lee and Eric talking smack about each other and Rachel considering taking Eric's rose back. There's a bunch of mouthing going on, and while I do think Eric is being a moron, Lee is an even bigger jerk. Lee obnoxiously interrupts Kenny and Rachel even though he had already had time with Rachel. This time Lee gives a sob story about his grandfather who had cancer and carried around this pocket knife for 50 years. He used the knife to carve something in a piece of wood as a gift for her.
Dean talks to the cameras about Lee and dances around directly calling him a racist because he only has trouble with certain men.
When Bryan found out that Lee went back for more time, he is annoyed as well. However, it's Kenny that decides he's going to steal Rachel back. When we get back from commercial though, it's Bryan we see talking to her. I don't see the same in him that Rachel evidently does. (I've read spoilers.)
Oh, maybe Kenny wasn't going to interrupt them. He decides to have a one-on-one conversation with Lee talking about snaking time with Rachel. Lee is rude and tells Kenny to get to the point. Rachel can hear Lee and Kenny getting into it while talking to a guy I have never noticed before. (Matt, maybe?) The guy defends Kenny, and Rachel says, it's probably because Lee interrupted Kenny.
Lee says the best way to make someone mad is to laugh at them, so he just sits around and laughs at people.
Rachel is over this drama already. She doesn't want to talk to the cameras anymore. Chris Harrison comes in and tells her he will facilitate whatever she wants to do. He goes out and tells the guys she has had enough time at the party and is ready for the rose ceremony.
When she does her little speech, she tells them the night didn't go like she thought it would go. It was heavy and frustrating, but there were some good conversations. She underestimated how hard it would be.
So, those with the roses: Alex, Anthony, and Eric.
- Lee (CRUD!!!)