Last night’s episode of ‘The Bachelorette’ saw our beloved Desiree Hartsock visit the hometowns of each of the four remaining bachelors – Brooks, Drew, Chris, & Zak. It was an adventurous episode that lead to the dismissal of one of four gentlemen at the end of the episode. The hometown dates were highly entertaining. First, Des went to Zak’s family’s house. This trip ranged from jumping into a snow cone truck, to Zak dressing up as a penguin, and finally Zak giving Des a promise ring after his whole family serenaded her. The second trip was to Arizona to meet Drew’s family. Drew introduced Des to his sister who has severe developmental disabilities, and was impressed with how tender Drew was with her. The third trip was to our personal favorite, Chris’ home where they had a nice picnic and Chris’ dad (a chiropractor) checked out Des’ back. The drama ends at Brooks’ house where everything goes well, but Brooks doesn’t tell Des he loves her like the other three previously did. This doesn’t sit well with our bachelorette who already told host Chris Harrison she loved him… Drama drama drama.
The show didn’t end there. Hartsock had an encounter with her evil brother who ruined her chances with Sean last season. She admitted she hasn’t seen him since that day, and he promised he would be a gentleman with the remaining guys. Speaking of which – Zak gets eliminated in the rose ceremony and exits very cordially leaving us with Drew, Chris, and front-runner Brooks. Right now – in our best guess – Brooks wins the title, Drew gets the bigger title of being the Bachelor (although we’re fans of Des), and Chris becomes a poet. By the way, I have no idea how Brooks is dominating the guy that has said like two words all season.