Usually I love The Men Tell All (Women Tell All); drama, gossip, fights, behind the scenes information, bloopers, what’s not to like! This week’s Men Tell All left a little to be desired. While I truly liked a lot of the men, shout out to Dean (Marry me, please?) and Diggy (who likes all my Instagram posts!), the episode spent far too much time on the least appealing parts of the season; Whaaboom, DeMario’s “girlfriend” and Lee. (Note that I refuse to post pictures of Lee because frankly he needs to go away, so please enjoy more pictures of Dean!)
Let’s be real about DeMario for a minute. Did anyone not think he was a player from the very beginning? Also, this whole thing with this pathetic girl was a total made for TV moment. The only interesting component of DeMario is whatever happened in Paradise and that was not up for discussion…yet.
And then there was the long, drawn out conversation with Lee. Not only was the whole Kenny versus Lee dragged out too long in the season, they dragged out the conversation way longer than necessary. We all get it; Lee is an ass who makes/made racist remarks. Can we move on? Basically if we just let Anthony speak (basically for the one and only time of the season) it would have been handled in like two minutes. We could have just skipped to the end where he apologized even though no one really forgives him.
After watching The Men Tell All, I think Rachel missed out on some great guys. I mean the Fred moment, I crumbled! He is right, she never gave him a chance, and he obviously still has feelings for her! If this did not bring back memories of crushes from when you were younger, there is something wrong with you!
Of course, we must talk about the main reason I watched this season, Dean. First, I will say I don’t know what was going on with his hair, it took a few too many turns and looked a little strange. That of course was outweighed by his complete adorableness! He was outspoken when it came to defending his friends, and I am glad he called out Rachel for saying she was falling in love with him. He was great, and I hope he doesn’t end up with some creepy girl in Paradise.
Lastly, Rachel made her appearance to face all the men of the season. I always feel bad for the lead in this moment because who truly wants to confront a bunch of people that you’ve dumped, it can’t be easy. Some handle it better than others, and Rachel, of course, handled it with her usual grace.
I was mostly bored in this episode, and frankly I can’t wait for Bachelor in Paradise, oh yeah and to find out who Rachel picks, I guess!