Simply put, it was one of the most dramatic episodes in "Bachelorette" history (to paraphrase an often-used line by host Chris Harrison). He gets a the invite to the fantasy suite, where they no doubt made out for like 10 uninterrupted hours.
But after he left their room, Bryan arrived for a date in the vineyards.
I have to admit this took a lot of the fun out of it for me. Hear what she had to say in the video below. Pissed, Lindsay assures him that she's living her best life (Yass, girl!) and Peter whines that after their breakup he "walked past her eyelashes on the floor for two days" because she cried them off. Boy, bye. "And then they're going to Miami after that to have an engagement party there, too".
But another Bachelorette also-ran, Kenneth Diggy Moreland, shown the door in week three, thinks the opposite. Yikes. Poor Peter. I couldn't help but think she was kind of cold to him as they tried to sort things out.
Then Rachel and Bryan went on a romantic one-on-one to a vineyard in Rioja, Spain.
Adding, "I really was scared of Bryan". I will do the same for you.
And Abasolo agreed. "I think [Alex] would be the most interesting season for sure", he said.
That being said: I'm single, Peter, and I love wine nights with painting.
Differences of opinion on that score abound among the men who Rachel already has cast aside. Again, Peter is allowed to be cautious about one of the biggest decisions of his life, but then why was he a contestant on a show that notably squishes "falling in love" into less than three months? "I am very much so in love and very much so engaged", Rachel said. Glowing and giddy, they exchanged some kisses.
Peter sobbed like a baby alone in his room and said, "What is wrong with me?" "It was like he was scripted", she said. "I love you and I'm in love with you and I can't imagine spending my life with anyone else".
Bryan and I had such a lovely day riding horses.
"Now that "#The Bachelorette" has come to an end, both Lindsay and Abasolo are just happy that they can finally express their affection for each other without having to hide their feelings from the public.
Somehow, Bryan gleans "a different energy" from her during the day and decides to chat about it over dinner. "While things didn't end the way that I hoped, I have you to thank for the feelings I did have", Kraus said to Lindsay. In this moment, I see my forever, and I see my future.
If she can't have him, no one can! She is also pushing for a hometown wedding, sharing, "I'd like for it to be in Dallas".
Abasolo got down on one knee, proposed, Lindsay accepted. "I got where he was coming from, and that thought process made me question if I'm rushing into this with Bryan". "It was spotted by her stylist Cary [Fetman] first and we agreed, it was the best choice for her".