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The Bachelorette Fantasy Suite Night
Emily starts out with the three remaining bachelors, Jef, Arie and Sean. Each are given a one on one daytime date with dinner later. During the dinner Emily hands out the fantasy suite card. Sean accepts the overnight fantasy suite. But, after being in the suite talking with each other, Emily drops the bomb on Sean and asks him to leave because after all "I'm a mom" she tells him.
The next date is with Jef. After their date and dinner Emily hands Jef the fantasy suite card. Being the gentleman he is, Jef turns it down saying there is a time and a place for certain things in life. Emily is very impressed with Jef.
Up last for a date is Arie. Emily can't seem to hide her feelings for Arie in my opinion. After their dinner, Emily decides not to offer the fantasy suite card to Arie. She say's to us, "I don't trust myself". Ahhhhhhh I wouldn't either!
Emily is extremely emotional while trying to figure out who she is letting go. She's cries her crocodile tears for quite awhile. I'm wondering why this show doesn't offer tissues, it's annoying watching her wipe her tears and rub her nose.
Emily watches a video from each of the bachelors professing their love for her and wanting to be a father to her daughter Rikki, whom they have never even met, which I found really odd about this season. Emily has stated over and over again that she is looking for a father for her daughter, I thought they should at least have been given a chance get to know her.
As Emily is watching each video, she isn't letting on her feelings about what she was thinking, although there were some tears.
The first rose went to Jef. The last rose went to Arie. Sean was crushed, Emily took him outside and they both sat on a bench not talking at first. Sean told her he just didn't see this coming. Emily cried. No tissues of course.
Maybe Sean didn't realize Emily is "a mom". He never should have accepted the fantasy suite card.
Good luck to Jef and Arie.
Be sure to watch on ABC.