The Bachelorette Fantasy Suite: After The Finale
Bachelorette, Rachel points out that it’s “fantasy suite week” on The Bachelorette, and she is right – everything went haywire in the fantasy suites this point. The foreshadowing continues.
Rachel is hesitant to talk about her feelings after what she went through with Clayton, she has issues with each of her three men, Chris -“I feel like Tino’s parents hate me, Zach is perfect on paper but “I don’t think I’m there with Zach” and “I am falling for Aven but I am too scared to tell him that yet.”
Gabby doesn’t know how John likes her, and she’s not sure Johnny is ready to get engaged. Gabby and Erich have both said they’re “falling in love” with each other (which, on a Bachelor show, apparently means you really like someone, but you still want to be into other people)… but she also ominously notes that feelings “can definitely change.”
After Monday’s episode, there are still a lot of unanswered questions regarding the outcome of the show. Read on and then leave your thoughts in the comments below. Who said “I love you?” Who left and which woman is scared she might end up with no one?
Gabby says that their hometown date was meaningful and she’s excited for their next date. They go to a secluded cove and take a “lover’s leap” into the water.
Erich convinces her she doesn’t have to be afraid and they jump together.
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During dinner, they are all touchy-feely with lots of love-y talk. This is looking like the final episode for Gabby. Erich up the ante and tells her: “I am in love with you, Gabby, and I don’t want to leave here without you.”
In Bachelorette, Her character lay back, saying “yes” to a Fantasy Suite invitation, it goes as she claims they “feel each other’s love,” but her partner gives a “yes.”
In the morning, they’re both giggly, but he admits “it sucks” that she still has two other guys left. She reveals in a confessional that she’s in love with him but wants to “save it for the right moment.” OK, but don’t wait too long!
While Rachel and Aven are lounging on a yacht and enjoying the warm sun, Tino is having his own meltdown about their current relationship status.
He even consults with Jesse, who admits that her father was tough on her.
On the boat, Rachel tells Aven how welcoming Ben and Julie made her feel. That’s really a plus! Tino feels like he would be walking out of this easy, if it were not for Jesse.
Rachel and Aven in Bachelorette have dinner together on the beach, and now they have a chance to explore that physical connection. Rachel is looking forward to “that intimate time” with him and wants to spend time exploring what can happen in that moment.
She presses him on if he’s really ready to get engaged in two weeks, and he says he is, and she explains how much saying the L-word means to her… but she does say she’s falling in love with him!
Moving into the fantasy suite, Rachel declares that she’s on a different level with Erich now. However, Elora insists that it’s too soon to give them the final rose.
The episode ends on a shift in tone with Rachel and Tino’s intimacy, where she reveals to him that she feels “anxiety” but the lack of communication from his family made her feel like she isn’t valued. Rachel wishes for more connection from Tino, revealing that all she wanted was just some “acceptance,” which wasn’t given by his family.
Bachelorette, At dinner, he inquires further about his anxiety, and she says that the people in her family reject her. She says her dad said it wouldn’t be accepted if they got married… and Tino is sweating bullets like Nixon at a televised debate.
“The L-word” or “the actual L-word” comes out. They go to the fantasy suite together. And we’re not sure about the chances of Avano going on.
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Gabby says that Erich and her felt closer than ever on their hometown date, as she met his father, who is a cancer survivor. They went to a secluded cove together and took “a lover’s leap” into the water.
Gabby is scared to dive off the highest platform, but Erich reassures her, and they end up jumping together.
At dinner, they’re all making out and hugging each other, looking quite like a final-two couple. Erich approaches her and says he’s in love with her and does not want to leave here without her.
At first, Gabby acknowledges that she still has two other guys left and it’s hard for her, but they agree to take things slow. In the morning, they admit that they had fun and it sucks that she still has two other guys left.
On her confessional, she reveals she is in love with him but wants to save it until their time together. You don’t want to wait too long!
In Bachelorette, As Rachel and Aven enjoy lounging in the sun, muscles are rubbing on each other. Tino’s depressed, however, that she’s seen other guys before.
“Even though my dad was tough on her,” he admits to Aven. “My mom and pop made me feel very welcome.”
Tino has it much easier these days, because he doesn’t have to think about all the work Jesse puts in.
Rachel and Aven dine at the beach together, looking forward to the “intimate time” that they will have with one another to explore “the physical connection.”
She asks if he’s ready to commit in two weeks, and he says he is. There are a lot of things that come with saying ‘I love you’– like being committed in two weeks, for example– so she goes into that.
She and Aven head to the official reality finale of their journey after fireworks go off. Rachel says that with him, she’s on a different level now because of all the sexual tension. But there are still roses to be handed out—that is, if Erich sleeps with Aven.
In Bachelorette, Tino finally gets his chance to spend time with Rachel, who, after waiting for hours, immerses them immediately in a horse-riding outing. They then drive back and continue their heart-to-heart talking while they’re sitting next to each other.
Rachel admits she’s been feeling some anxiety on their hometown date, but she doesn’t really tell him why. She reveals in a confessional that all she wanted from the date was acceptance, and it’s likely not going to come from his family.
He asks her about her anxiety at dinner, and she brings up his family not liking her. She says that her dad said he wouldn’t accept them getting engaged… and Tino is sweating bullets like Nixon at a televised debate.
He says his family is probably just skeptical, but he knows they’re going to come around. End of the story.
“I love you!” he said, earnestly and genuinely. She replied, “Yes, I’m falling for you too.” Well, then! They’ve gone to the fantasy suite together. Maybe he’s not that lucky after all…
Gabby had a great time with Erich, but she is looking forward to spending fun-time with Johnny. Johnny seems like a guy who could be on The Bachelor if they ever saw one. The two ride on a sailboat and sip Champagne while giggling and going at it, and Johnny calls Gabby “the coolest gal I’ve ever been with.”
She sees a future with Johnny, but she needs to know he sees it, too. In the film, the characters sit on the beach and have heart-to-heart talks, which is where he tells her his famous line “You make me want to be a better man” (“You make me want to be a better man,” he says). As she tries to convince him that they should get engaged, he expresses reluctance due to the difficulty of making up his mind.
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He says he’s ready for a serious commitment, but she isn’t so sure. So she takes a minute and walks down the beach alone, muttering that she doesn’t want to have to ask him to love her. Which is understandable!
She tells him she can’t spend the night with him if he isn’t sure about her. Johnny says life would be ‘insane’ with her and then says he’s not sure if he could get an engagement by next week. Welp, at least he’s being transparent!
Johnny leaves the bar wishing he could tell Gabby how amazing she is, blah blah blah. He walks out of the door, wishing her farewell as he heads off to find Paradise.
For right now, Jesse is not quite in love with Gabby and needs to take it slow.
In Bachelorette, Gabby is surprised when she gets a mysterious note slipped under her hotel room door. The note reads, “I need to see you,” with Erich’s name and says, “I’ll be waiting on the bridge.” Gabby is understandably creeped out and does not believe him, but he comes up from behind her when she goes to leave.
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“Wait… So, never occur to you that I might not be able to go on other dates after being spoiled by my fantasy suite date?” Gabby had to ask. But, it was too late for such pleasantries. The mood changed entirely and Erich was now melancholic about the prospect of Gabby not going on other dates.
Erich is feeling like their game was unfair and bringing it up again.
Gabby seems to be feeling a bit uncomfortable, which prompts Erich to apologise. However, it doesn’t seem like he’s really taking her feelings into consideration at all.
With this predicted by the scientific models, she starts to worry that she might not have anyone when this is all over.
The preview for Tuesday’s episode promises to have more heartbreak and tears, featuring Zach saying that after Rachel’s date in the fantasy suite with him, he felt blindsided.
Gabby’s date with Jason goes poorly and she cries, prompting Erich to urge her to move on. Jesse tells Rachel that Gabby isn’t coming and he’s the only bachelor left, as she cries.