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They’ve taken weeks off before for the NBA finals or holidays during the “Bachelorette” in the past, and I realize that BIP has dominated the news cycle since last Monday, but geez, I feel like we hadn’t seen an episode of Rachel’s season in like a month. Lee is basically a mash up of every James Spader and Christian Slater movie character from 1985-1995. I was half expecting him to start jumping down Blane’s throat for taking an interest in Andie. Kenny is having none of this so he and Lee get into it loud enough where Rachel can’t concentrate on her conversation with the dude inside whose name she doesn’t remember, nor do any of us. Bryan gives her another line to think about: “Whenever you’re weak, I’m gonna be strong.” Isn’t that stolen from like some Bryan Adams song? Once Bryan starts resorting to stealing lines from E-cards like Jef Holm did to Emily, then we’ll know he’s hit rock bottom. Anthony, Eric, and Alex all safe with roses from dates that happened I believe back in 2015. Dean: I’m just amazed Dean got cast this season just one year removed from attending his senior prom. Jonathan: Well, at least he’s gone a few episodes without violating anyone’s personal space. I just know his face looks like it could be part of the Movieland Wax Museum. All I know is Rachel used the Kenny/Lee confrontation to get out of the conversation with mystery man who’s going home anyway. Let’s talk about the fact these two have been in four episodes together and in every episode at some point, his tongue is lodged hallway down her esophagus. Rachel: “You guys tonight didn’t go how I thought it would go…some heavy things…some great conversations though…choose to remember those…carried me through the night…underestimated how hard this would be…also, I can’t believe how a pocket sized troll like Lee ever made it past casting. Peter: He got some alone time too they made sure to show. Nick Viall finally chose the woman he wants to spend the rest of his life with on the Season 21 finale of “The Bachelor.” And the lucky lady is … Viall, the two-time “Bachelorette” runner-up and “Bachelor in Paradise” contestant, got down on one knee and proposed to Grimaldi during the finale of ABC’s “The Bachelor” on Monday night after a long season of tears, cat fights and heart-breaking goodbyes.“I’m not fighting it any longer,” he told his beloved after breaking the heart of Raven Gates (he left in the snow without even putting her coat back on).