Ben, Chris and Sean discuss how much Nick is disliked (yikes), but in the end, they cheers with whiskey, as men are wont to do when faced with emotion.
But the real show is about the women — let’s review the superlatives from the evening. Jasmine G, whose entry with Neil Lane (and rings) along with her slight meltdown over not getting time with Nick, isn’t going to bode well.
Watch all the highlights above, and read Us Weekly's by-the-minute recap of The Bachelor's season 21 premiere to find out who Nick kissed and who he sent home.
(Be sure to start at the bottom to get it in chronological order.) p.m.
Well, ladies, there’s always Bachelor in Paradise. p.m. Alexis was still in her shark costume, already making her a winner in our book. If you’re an occasional watcher asking, “Hey, haven’t I seen that guy before?” it’s because he has now recorded more screen time in this franchise than host Chris Harrison has in 33 seasons.OK, so last week I complained that this episode of "The Bachelor" was three hours long because three straight hours of this season sounds more miserable than watching former "Bachelorette" contestants give hair tutorials on Instagram for three hours. However, I later learned that while it’s still three hours of one franchise, it’s only one hour of the actual "Bachelor" and then two hours of “The Women Tell All,” in which 19 of the rejected ladies from Nick’s season come back to basically fight on national television while producers feed them shots during commercial breaks.As a reminder, we are in Finland with Raven and her terrible Southern accent; Rachel, who was already announced as the next Bachelorette; and Vanessa, the perfect combination of Andi, Kaitlyn and Jen, for the Fantasy Suite dates.