I could have dealt with the fact I went to Peyton's softball game, but I ended up spending about an hour in Walmart buying groceries because I was on that side of town. I found out that I have something every night until Friday. Paige is playing volleyball out of town tomorrow, Peyton has a softball game Wednesday after I get out of church, and Paige's 8th grade graduation is Thursday.
Complete and total side note, but she joked me today that she talks about me in her speech. I hope not, but...
Anyway, "tonight's dramatic episode of The Bachelorette picks up where last week's left off. Before they could get to a rose ceremony, Kaitlyn has sent Kupah on his way. If you will recall, he approached her asking if she had only kept him around since he was a minority when he was the one that failed to attempt to make a connection with her on the boxing date. It turned ugly fast after he caught Kaitlyn off guard. Instead of making a quiet exit, he started causing a scene during his exit interview. He starts yelling and cussing and carrying on.
Kaitlyn goes outside to confront him again because she can hear him screaming from inside. Kupah just tells her that he didn't want to go home, and he'll stop yelling. Now, he carries on in a whisper.
All of this leaves Kaitlyn all shaken up, so she has to gather her composure when she comes back in. She gathers all the men together to let them know she sent Kupah home because their conversations always came down to being arguments. With that, Chris Harrison comes in to tell them it's time for the rose ceremony.
Headed into the rose ceremony, there are now 18 men left.
Date roses have already been given to JJ, Ben Z, and Clint. (I had to go back to last week's post for a refresher.
- Jared (because he got knocked out in the ring?)
- Ben H.
- Shawn B.
- Tony (WHAT? He left his bonsai trees and his dog to do this show.)
All of the men were rightfully embarrassed, and actors or not, the kids really shouldn't have been "taught" by these guys. There were definitely inappropriate moments.