The Bachelorette recap: Who is that?

The Bachelorette Rachel recap: Week 2

Oh my goodness! Wasn’t that one of the most compelling Bachelorette episodes we’ve seen in a long time? I was on the edge of my seat. I cheered at the television. I only rolled my eyes once. Hooray for Rachel for being such a normal representation of a woman looking for love!

And then there’s DeMario…

The following information you are about to read is of personal opinion. However, if you or someone you Snap happen to personally know, sort of know, is friends with the Starbucks barista who obsessed with Poldark and looks exactly like one of the contestants on the show…none of this is personal and I’m sure they are all lovely people.

Our Host Chris Harrison rolls into the sunken living room where a bunch of dudes in various shades of blue v-necks humbly stare back in his general direction. They feel unworthy to be in his presence.

Hey, I get it. I’ve been there. Those angel eyes. He has angel eyes. Such a smile that lights up my life.

Moving on. Harrison gives the 4-1-1 on the week’s festivities. There will be two group dates and one solo date. He drops the card on the coffee table and about faces to exit the room, leaving only his powerful pheromones. The men sit entranced. Lee immediately hops up to read the contents of the card.

Of course he does. Only the show villain would be able to withstand the commanding fragrance of mimosas, expensive denim, and true grit. Lee is dead to me. So is his high hair.

“I’m looking for husband material.”
Jack Stone

We find Rachel holding a pair of tongs, pretending to know how to grill shrimp on the barbie. Once the guys arrive, the manliest of them all, Kenny, takes over as grill master. Moscow mules are served before a quick game of touch football. Rachel chooses her most appropriate mini dress for the ocassion. Nothing says “HIKE” like a quick peek of lacy underwear during a fourth-down conversion. Well hello there Black Modesty Box!

Lucas is in major Lucas mode, which bothers Blake and his questionable chest hair. Thank goodness Rachel has some friends coming to join the party.

Just as I start to research which unknown musical artist is dropping an album next week, Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher wander up, looking all sorts of adorable.

You are not being punked. The living, breathing, Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are standing right there in the flesh. We learn that both are a fan of the show, but Ashton didn’t start watching it until he heard about “that guy who looks like me.” That would be sweet Jared.

Has he found love yet? There’s always Ashley I-Lashes. Perhaps Paradise 3.0?

Ashton doesn’t mess around. He tells Rachel that she needs a man who is here for the right reasons (right reasons.) It would also help if the guy has health insurance. I’m going to take the wish list one step further and include “he has a job” as a recommendation.

The Hollywood power couple take the group to a nearby grassy knoll where an “Are You Husband Material?” obstacle course has been set up. I think we all need to stand, right now, wherever you are, and give the ABC Intern a legitimate round of applause for procuring eight baby dolls, eight dirty diapers, several Bjorns, six vacuums, a couple of kitchen sinks full of water, the gigantic diamond ring props from last season, a table and chairs full of plasticware and fake food, and a jaunty red ribbon finish line. You go, ABC Intern.

Mila has a plan. Whoever is in last place going into each of the six obstacles will be eliminated and sent to the dog house. She shouts for the guys to “GO!” and grown men scramble to a changing table, trying not to gag on the surprise runny yellow poop in their babies’ diapers. Once the baby is clean, the fake bundle of joy is stuffed into a Bjorn. Then the pretend husband has to pull hair from a drain, wash dishes, locate a diamond ring, set a dinner table, grab a bouquet of flower, and head to the finish line.

Ashton to the camera: “I’m going to make a bold prediction. I don’t think Rachel’s guy is in this group.”

The men flail about at each obstacle. Iggy can’t work a onesie. Jonathan is unable to master his Bjorn. Lucas’ baby disappears for a few shots, but reappears later. He also body checks Kenny for the win. Blake seethes in the dog house, irritated that once again, Whaaabooom is in the spotlight as Lucas is deemed the winner. Lucas spikes his baby in victory. Somewhere, AJ cowers in fear.

Ashton seems legitimately angry that Lucas wins the race. All the other men soothe and pet their babies like they are therapy dogs as Rachel puts a “Husband Material” medal around Lucas’ neck. He wanders over to Ashton, suggesting the actor give him a Whaaabooom. Ashton taps into his former modeling career experiences and stares him down through squinted eyes with the focus of a thousand Kate Mosses. Mila tries to play along, but Ashton refuses to acknowledge Lucas’ annoying Whaaaboooom wind-up, even with a smile. Lucas’ hope of Ashton retweeting that biz is dashed in a single moment.

That night at the cocktail party, Rachel throws all caution to the wind. She turns her dress around and zips it up the front, instead of the back. She and the boys drink cocktails among vintage retro items used to decorate man caves and ‘50s-themed diners.

Rachel asks Lucas for some alone time first. She claims it’s because he won the husband challenge, but we all know she wants to get this over with so she can enjoy the rest of her evening. Instead of playing Mrs. Pac-Man, Rachel reprimands Lucas for pushing Kenny earlier. Surprisingly, Lucas isn’t drunk enough to screw up his defense. He claims he would have done whatever it took to win, because he knew Rachel was the prize. Couple that solid answer with his newfound will power to NOT Whaaabooom and you’ve got a normal conversation.

While Lucas is with Rachel reciting horrific original poetry, Blake refrains from taking out his drum to pass the time. Instead, he tells the guys that he knows Lucas from “a previous encounter” and that Lucas is only interested in being on television. He sits back and waits for the declaration that “heads are going to roll!” but no one gets riled up. In fact, the opposite occurs. Jack Stone says Rachel is a smart woman. Kenny agrees. He figures that she’ll be able to spot any funny business from a mile away. Blake grabs his baby to self soothe.

Up next is Fred. Or Freddy P. as Rachel likes to call him. As we all suspected, Rachel is having a hard time seeing him as anything but the bad kid at summer camp. His days are numbered. Jonathan’s might be as well. He uses his alone time to teach Rachel how to properly wipe a child’s bottom. Iggy joins the guys in the danger zone by sweating profusely. Can Rachel not catch a break?

Apparently not. Blake arrives and breaks the cardinal rule in week two. You guessed it. He informs Rachel that Lucas is not here for the right reasons (right reasons.) How does he know? Because Lucas’ ex-girlfriend lives with Blake.

Rachel and I react the same:


Rachel: “Whoa, whoa, whoa. Back up. Who lives with what now?”
Blake: “Yeah. His ex is my roommate and she told me all he cares about is being on TV.”

Rachel: “You live with a woman?”
Blake: “Guess what else? He wears makeup. So he won’t be shiny on camera!”

Rachel: “Do you wear makeup, too? Do you borrow it from your girl roommate?”
Blake: “I just don’t want you to get sucked into the Whaaaboooom of it all.”

Blake returns to the group of men and unlike former contestants, decides to “get this out in the open” before anyone finds out. He tells Lucas that “he came up in conversation,” so Blake told Rachel that Lucas isn’t there for the right reasons (right reasons.) Blake counters with the ever-popular, “She and I have a connection that is unexplainable and people are jealous.” He’s sad that Blake doesn’t have a Whaaaboooom of his own. I’m sad I don’t have a pair of Lucas’ fabulous turquoise socks.

To quote Kenny: “White boys be buggin’.”

Let’s recap for just a second:
During this cocktail party, Rachel has been denied a kiss by Jack Stone because he was too afraid to approach her lest he stumble into some bad lighting. She’s learned to change a diaper from the Tickle Monster and checked her hair in the glistening reflection of the sweat pouring from Iggy’s brow. The former camp counselor was praised for being “mature” from Freddy P., the guy five years her junior. And she played a boring game of “He Said / He Said” between a social media monger who has managed to say his annoying catch phrase twelve times in twenty minutes and a guy who attempts to throw another contestant under the bus by openly admitting that he lives with another woman.

Ashton is a wise man.

Dean walks in like a breath of fresh air and makes Rachel laugh. The conversation is easy, comfortable, and it’s at this point in the show when my friend Emily notices that Dean is Brandon Walsh. [Cue opening musical notes of 90210.] Rachel ribs Dean for stealing her “Once you go black, you don’t ever go back!” line and then they head to the Peach Pit.

To no one’s surprise, Dean gets the date rose for being normal. He walks her out to her SUV and then plants a sweet, sensual, passionate kiss on her lips. The form was great and the way he handled lipstick all over his mouth was gentlemanly. Question: Is neck pinching a thing?

Bachelorette Rachel

I’d like to think that this journey to find love is Dean’s to lose, but let me remind you of one very important fact: Home slice is 26-years-old.

“I”m looking for my best friend…”

Some of you may be thinking, “Which one is Peter again?” He’s her gap-tooth friend with salt-and-pepper hair who likes to drive Teslas. He is tall, not dark, and handsome. Peter and Rachel go all Pretty Woman as they roll up to a private jet, complete with red carpet. Rachel tells Peter Palm Springs is in their future, but before they leave, she needs to run something by him.

You see, her friend was in a really bad accident. Rachel hasn’t seen him in a long time and she wants him to travel with them. Is that okaaaaaayyyyyy??? [eyelash bat]

Of course Peter is totally cool with this mock two-on-one scenario. He heaves a huge sigh of relief when Rachel’s dog Copper jumps out of another limo and three-leg hops into her open arms. Peter asks what we’re all thinking as Copper places his cast foot into her owner’s arms. What happened? Rachel teases that we will find out later, but we never do.

Copper hops up the stairs into the private jet like he’s done it a million times before. Peter endears himself to Rachel by ignoring her in favor of some quality time with Copper. Smart man. They arrive in Palm Springs and head to Bark Fest so Copper can get a little rest and relaxation with fellow canines. Dogs are everywhere. In pools, sprinklers, fancy sofas. This has to be a destination for celebrity pooches.

While Copper gets his bark on, Rachel asks Peter if he would move from Wisconsin. Peter is definitely open to moving anywhere, including Dallas. This always makes me pause. How can a thirty-one-year-old “business owner” just up and leave? I understand that love at first sight can be a thing and you go where your heart leads you, blah, blah, blah. But this always makes me envision a bunch of red flags flying in my face. Does he not have direction? Or a five-year marketing plan?

Also, since I do not discriminate based on a person’s gender, I’m going to go out on a limb and assume his business is an Etsy shop or he sells skincare products. #R+F

Before dinner, Rachel calls NBC circa 1998 to see if she can borrow Rachel Green’s dress. You know, the one she’s testing from Milan?

U.S.A…still not ready.

Peter’s purple jacket compliments her negligé. They share stories about families, the trials of being single, and why they both chose to keep the gaps in their teeth. We learn that Rachel loves her dentist and her therapist. We also learn that Peter mote than likely does have an Etsy shop because no one else could have secured a blinged out cast for Copper unless you had major connections.

Rachel gives Peter the date rose and he thanks her with a kiss. Great form. She seemed to like it. They make out again during a firework show outside. He kisses with one hand in his pocket and the other giving a peace sign. Okay, maybe not that last part, but his hand was in his pocket. I thought that was weird.


HOOP, there it is! Most of the guys are pumped that their inaugural group date is a friendly game of basketball. They are also pumped that they get to see Rachel in spandex and what appears to be a see-through sports bra. A kicky bandana around her head completes the ensemble.

Rachel admits that she’s a little rusty, so she’s going to bring in some help.


Just kidding. It’s Kareem Abdul Jabbar who is equally as cool. The boys are as excited as Kareem is tall. He coaches them through a few drills, laughing as balls fly anywhere but inside a basket.

Lee wore camouflage tights. Discuss.

The guys will be competing in an actual basketball game against each other, in front of a live audience. Who cares that the game is technically being played during Agoura Hills High School’s pep rally? The millennials are going to be on TV! Thank goodness the cheerleaders were spontaneous enough to whip out a few banners for the gymnasium walls. You say Bachelor, I say Nation! Bachelor! Nation! Bachelor! Nation!

Who spotted AJ lurking in the bleachers?

Kareem gathers the boys, looks down upon them like a gentle giant, and recites that corny line the producers gave him. Something about how playing basketball is just like finding romance. The band kids provide a solid back beat as Our Host Chris Harrison color commentates.

The last time Harrison was in a school, he wore his super fly glasses which made him look capital H-O-T. It’s a shame he didn’t whip them out again for this nonsense.

Nobody makes a basket for a very long time. Then the Penguin does. Rachel borrows a few pom-poms and cheers her fellas on from the sidelines. Afterwards, she participates in some bleacher choreography. Her lack of attention proves the game was that bad.

DeMario decides it’s time for him to take over. He turns into Teen Wolf and starts stealing balls, making baskets, and dunking for fun. Team work makes the dream work.

Someone actually said that.

All the children swarm Rachel after the game so they can take selfies with her. Except one small, waifish person in a flesh-covered-I-would-be-willing-to-bet-crotch-snap-body-suit. Meet DeMario’s former flame Lexie!

Guess what? Lexie watched After the Final Rose and was completely surprised to see her boyfriend of seven months vying for the heart of the new bachelorette. That’s right. DeMario still has the keys to her apartment. I’m sure his name is the tattoo on her inner bicep. He just ghosted her one day and it was all she could do to convince producers to let her on the show so she could watch him squirm.

It’s an added bonus if she gets to scratch his eyes out with her talon fingernails. Also, did she vow to stop eating carbs until she confronted her ex-lover? Can the ABC Intern get Lexie a sandwich, please?

Rachel calmly collects DeMario from the locker room. Everyone assumes he’s getting the date rose for dunking the ball. Not so. He turns the corner in the gymnasium. His face turns to shock as he starts to say, “Heeyyyyyy!” before it automatically morphed into an alarming, “Who is this?”

Rachel: “How do you know this woman?”
DeMario: “I met her many times ago.”

Rachel: “Is that like many moons ago? I need you to be specific.”
Lexie: “He was in my bed three weeks ago. Does that help?”

Rachel: “What is your relationship with this woman?”
DeMario: “Can we talk about this in private? Away from the cameras?”

The ABC Intern rushes over to show DeMario that he is contractually obligated to live his life on camera, 24/7, even if he is currently being burned on national television. It’s signed in blood. No backsies.

Rachel: “This is my life. It’s extremely personal. I’ll ask you again, how do you know this woman? If you don’t have anything to hide, this should be an easy question to answer.”
DeMario: “I met her a few times.”
Lexie: “We’ve been dating for months. I have a paper trail that can prove it.”

Rachel: “How did you cut it off?”
DeMario: “We were on again, off again.”
Rachel: “Objection. Non-responsive.”

DeMario: “I ended it in person.”

Rachel: “Did you cut off all communication.”
DeMario: “Some.”
Rachel: “When did you officially cut it off?”
DeMario: “It depends on the date…”

DeMario: “Dude. I totally mailed those back. You didn’t get them?”

Rachel: “You’re not making sense. Your story isn’t adding up. I don’t know her, but I don’t know you for that matter. If she shows me her phone, what will I see?”
Lexie: “Pictures of my cats and a slew of text messages from this cheater!”
DeMario: “We had sexual intercourse, but that was a long time ago.”

Rachel: “According to Lexie’s phone, you wrote ‘Good-night Babe.’ What’s that about?”
DeMario: “I did not have sexual relations with that girl. Define “about.”
Rachel: “Get the BLEEP out.”


Lexie leaves in triumph, happy that she remembered to wear her lucky scrunchie. DeMario is placed in a borrowed van the school uses for the One Act Play kids. Rachel bursts into the locker room, barely able to hold it together, challenging any guy who isn’t there for the right reasons (right reasons) to share a cab headed to the airport with DeMario.

She denies Harrison in the hallway, heading straight for the women’s restroom. Rachel is livid. It’s week two, so I don’t think she’s sad that a potentially great guy named DeMario left. I think she’s more angry that the producers made her go through a calculated event that makes her look stupid, portrays DeMario as a jack wagon, and paints Lexie as Mayor of Crazyville.

She said it more than once: She didn’t sign up for this. What she did sign up for is a normal season, full of real guys with actual jobs who are looking to find love. Don’t waste her time. She’s keeping it 100. Everyone else should too.

The cocktail party has a bit of a rain cloud over it, thanks to DeMario’s tryst with Lexie. Josiah convinces Rachel that he physically hurts when she is hurting. (Right) Also, he’s pretty ticked at DeMario for duping all the guys as well. They share a kiss that makes Rachel feel better.

Diggy tries to comfort her too, but he’s too distracted by choosing a new pair of frames to match his outfit. Jamey sits as far away from Rachel as possible (so long Jamey!), while Will reads a pocket version of his favorite successories poster. Rachel thinks all of this is good. She gets to see how the dudes handle conflict.

How did Alex spend his time with Rachel? By singing Russian folk songs. Bless him. I want him to go to Paradise so he can wear his man bun freely and fall in love with Mother Russia.

Eric talks about love languages and is euphoric to learn that one of Rachel’s is physical touch. Even though there was an awkward entry, they make out for a long time.

Josiah, in his winter white pants, gets the date rose. Everyone is happy to see the night come to an end.

Rachel wears a black dress with a severe slit up to her hip. She has a major gold beaded belt and matching gold beaded piping snaking around her neck. Bryan immediately whisks her away so he can swallow her face. She wants him to be cool with the fact that he wasn’t invited on a date in week two. He’ll get his turn. Wink, wink.

Adam pulls out a Barbie Dream House so they can play pretend. AJ is not happy with this third wheel cramping his style. Iggy loses a few thumb wars to Rachel. But it’s Freddy P. who is interrupted by Our Host Chris Harrison.

Mr. Harrison is sought out by Pauly the Security Guy when DeMario saunters up the driveway, hoping for a private audience with Rachel. His character has been assassinated and he wants the opportunity to apologize.

Harrison tells Rachel it’s up to her if she wants to speak with DeMario. Freddy P. and Lee, who stealthily use their eavesdropping skills, rush off to announce to the other guys that DeMario is back and he’s asking for Rachel!

Curiosity gets the better of Rachel. She puts her drink down, the same drink she could have tossed in DeMario’s face, and storms off with Harrison by her side. The boys rally and all agree to join in the rumble. Fight, Fight, Fight!



What did you think of this episode? Will DeMario get the crap beaten out of him? Do you think anyone will stay inside, refusing to take part? Is Peter the clear front-runner? Sound off in the comments section!

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May 30, 2017 12:26 pm

I couldn’t stop telling my husband how much I love Peter! I like Dean too and Will has a nice smile. I think this is a good group. I think Kenny seems so sweet, but I feel like he has a lot of feelings and would cry a lot.

I love that Rachel didn’t listen to any of DeMario’s nonsense. She called him out and then booted him. I don’t think she will let him come back. She is too smart for that.

Watching a smart articulate woman with substance and self worth is awesome. I liked prior Bachelorettes but Rachel is on another level. She has a lot to offer beyond good hair and sexy outfits.

June 3, 2017 10:37 am
Reply to  Lauren

She is in a league of her own. It’s going to be a good year!

June 8, 2017 4:07 am
Reply to  Lincee

Agree, she’s the best I’ve seen. She’s confident without being arrogant, and as you say, she’s smart and articulate. Thank goodness!

May 30, 2017 12:32 pm

I am really enjoying Rachel and her intelligence. The way she handled that DeMario stuff was great. You can tell she didn’t want to deal with that.

Peter and her are too adorable. I look forward to seeing how they try to get us to believe she isn’t as invested in him as she clearly is. He seems so the front runner that now they will have to try to get us to forget that.

I also loved Mila and Ashton and wish they could be around to narrate more. Even Ashton hating Lucas was so good! The Punk’d references were perfect.

Anne Wright
Anne Wright
May 30, 2017 12:34 pm

OK gotta stand up for our local LA landmark, Clifton’s, which was the kitschy bar where they sipped fancy ccocktails with stuffed raccoons in the man-cave looking bar…it’s a pretty cool historical landmark here in downtown Los Angeles that has been lovingly restored. I highly recommend adding it to your LA tourist itinerary.

May 30, 2017 12:36 pm

Peter is the clear front-runner. So dreamy!

May 30, 2017 12:39 pm

I loved this episode too. Rachel’s personality is a refreshing. A classy bachelorette with a sense of humor and intellect.

I hope she stays true to her word and gives all of the 2nd group date men roses. I agree with Ashton, I don’t see her husband in the first bunch.

Rachel and Peter are sweet together. He’s gorgeous. I was kind of surprised that Peter went with TMI on the first date: heartbroken so many times, relationship therapist, and especially “If we have children one day” and “I’d move anywhere”, makes me wonder if he eventually turns women off with neediness or something. That can make the most attractive man seem less than average.

A in Spain
May 30, 2017 1:36 pm
Reply to  Pia

I felt the opposite! I did not think he was needy at all. He knows it’s only six freaking weeks, so he’s cutting to the chase. I appreciate that. Obviously he is on a dating show with the possibility of getting engaged, so you have to talk about that stuff.

May 30, 2017 3:13 pm
Reply to  A in Spain

Me too. I was so impressed that he was open about seeing a therapist. Seems emotionally quite mature.

May 30, 2017 12:50 pm

THANK YOU for mentioning the scrunchie. I could NOT take my eyes off of it. I kept waiting for her to use it to put her hair in a ponytail, or fling it at DeMario, or something!

I loved the Barkfest date. As a dog lover with a fur baby, I approve. It’s better than swimming with pigs.

I really hate that the producers did that with DeMario/Lexie. Not that I like DeMario so much, but it really was so staged with that girl. That being said, I am glad he’s out. I am NOT looking forward to Lee Drama. I genuinely like a few of the guys (Peter, Kenny) and want to see it play out!

THANKS Lincee!

Favorite lines:
Lucas spikes his baby in victory. Somewhere, AJ cowers in fear.

The ABC Intern rushes over to show DeMario that he is contractually obligated to live his life on camera, 24/7, even if he is currently being burned on national television. It’s signed in blood. No backsies.

May 30, 2017 11:13 pm
Reply to  BA B

I work in a high school, and the girls told me today that scrunchies are back. All I could think of was the Sex in the City episode where Carrie flips out that someone would wear a scrunchie in NYC.

May 30, 2017 12:58 pm

How is it we’ve gotten to week two and not one of the contestants has a nickname yet?

Susan Farady
Susan Farady
May 30, 2017 1:13 pm

Best lines:
All the children swarm Rachel after the game so they can take selfies with her. Except one small, waifish person in a flesh-covered-I-would-be-willing-to-bet-crotch-snap-body-suit. Meet DeMario’s former flame Lexie!

May 30, 2017 1:18 pm

Love Rachel and Peter is so dang dreamy! Blake reminds me of Robbie from Jojo’s season — he needs to go ASAP. Poor Jojo had so many duds whereas Rachel seems to have a good group to choose from.
Kenny has some great comments and the last bit where Fred (I think it was him) learned Whaboom was quite funny. Of course Blake didn’t crack a smile.

A in Spain
May 30, 2017 1:34 pm

Rachel is officially my favorite bachelorette of all time. Also, Dean and Peter are dreamboats.

May 30, 2017 1:45 pm

I totally noticed the questionable chest hair too! He’s a weirdo and a bit obsessive.

May 30, 2017 1:50 pm

Best Line:
Before dinner, Rachel calls NBC circa 1998 to see if she can borrow Rachel Green’s dress. You know, the one she’s testing from Milan?

U.S.A…still not ready.

May 30, 2017 2:15 pm
Reply to  Kendra

100% my favorite part of the recap. I’m also so glad that Ashton was not into Lucas and wouldn’t play along with his games. If he had “waboomed” with him Lucas’ ego would be even bigger & his supposed whole point for coming on the show would be accomplished.

May 30, 2017 11:02 pm
Reply to  Kendra

Agree that this was the best line!

June 5, 2017 4:08 pm
Reply to  Kendra

Agree that this is my favorite line! Great recap, thank goodness this season isn’t as boring as the last few!

May 30, 2017 2:10 pm

As Kareem was advising the men on the teamwork needed in Basketball – he mentioned it builds character. The camera cut right to DeMario’s face … eyes widened at a word he was not familiar with. I got a hinkey feeling this could be our resident rat.

The DeMario/’badly dressed for your National TV debut’ Lexie bust was a little too Maury Povich-ish for me.

I did love the date at the Palm Springs Doggy Spa. Heck, I’d go and I don’t even own a dog!

May 30, 2017 5:16 pm
Reply to  Vicki

I totally agree about Lexie! She seemed way too on the nose and it made the whole thing feel even more staged. I was definitely happier when Rachel did what all of us would have hoped and expected and told him to peace out. That made it feel real again.

May 30, 2017 2:12 pm

My absolute favorite moment of the evening was when Ashton channeled Michael Kelso and blasted the air horn during a WHABOOOOM sequence. I laughed so hard I scared the dogs. And speaking of dogs–I loved the Barkfest date. Kevin (my dog) did not care for it though because he kept hearing all the barking and wanted to know why HE wasn’t in the middle of it.

It was also kind of amusing at all the double talk DeMario was attempting when he had no chance of surviving that. And I am really not a fan of Peter. Maybe he’ll grow on me. I’m also glad that I didn’t miss what happened to Copper. I like him best of all of them.

May 30, 2017 10:24 pm
Reply to  Kelli

So what DID happen to Copper? He was the cutest thing in his cast!

June 5, 2017 10:29 am
Reply to  Kay

They never did explain that and I wanted to know too! Did a little looking online and saw that Rachel says Copper “broke his toe when he was jumping off of something.” Poor little pup. He really was so cute running around on three legs though!

Karen S
Karen S
May 30, 2017 2:20 pm

Just saw this online about Peter: In his Bachelorette bio for ABC, Peter lists his profession as business owner. His Instagram bio is a little bit more specific — he’s the owner of Worth Personal Training, a Madison, Wisconsin-based in-home and on location personal training and bootcamp service.

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