Lee admitted that he gets "tickled when he smiles and an angry man gets angrier", and claims to love getting under people's skin; good-guy Dean even alluded to Lee being racially intolerant. Lee probably won't last long but it is doubtful that Rachel will really take him to task for his possibly racist actions when she does boot him from the show. We also saw footage of Kenny crying, and Rachel crying, and of Kenny and Lee on a two-on-one date.
Snap! Snap! Sadly, Lee was able to rile Kenny up as shortly after this incident the professional wrestler tracked the 30-year-old down and blasted his pal for taking advantage of their "friendship".
The episode ends with "to be continued." and viewers are left with images of Kenny's bloody eye, insinuating a fight between Kenny and Lee.
I'm doing this for the guys out there who sacrifice their Monday nights during Bachelorette season.
Then Rachel said, "I'm not talking any more", and we cut to a rose ceremony, still not entirely sure what the extent of the drama was.
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Lee is trying to portray himself as an innocent whereas the men he is antagonizing get viewed as unstable and violent.
For Lee, the drama he started seemed more like a game to him. Being the smart person she is, it seems nearly impossible that this decision was her own.
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Meanwhile, Dean was quick to point out to a producer of the show that he was only fighting with the black men in the house.
Rachel takes a whole bunch of dudes out on a group date and I'm so considerate I actually typed out all of their names: Alex, Anthony, Peter, Brian, Jonathan, Adam, Matt, Kenny, Lee, Iggy, Eric, Will and Josiah. The two of them drank champagne on the hood of a jeep; rode in a blimp; and, in true Bachelor fashion, danced to a live concert. Rachel, who is gorgeous, and Dean are a picture-perfect couple. Later, they speak about how important it is that a partner makes you feel safe, even when you are terrified. When Dean was telling the story I felt like he was telling it to me - it wasn't like the sob stories of the franchise's past, it least for me.
This week's episode shows us a heavy dose of trash talk, the dark turn of Lee's character, a smiley blimp date and a lazily-planned group date. The date was topped off with a spelling bee, which Josiah won.
Josiah was given a large trophy after the win, and proceeded to drink his cocktail out of it.
He then rudely interrupted Kenny's private time with Rachel.
As this confrontation was going down, Lee (yes, the same manipulator from before) pulled Rachel aside and gave her a dramatized version of what went down with Kenny.
Lee is (still!) (always?) the worst if you weren't already aware.