When one of the men said that it had been a long week, Mike said, “Dude, it sucked.” That was the extent of his input. He looked stressed during the first rose ceremony and then, following almost no time on screen and no apparent time with Becca, he left.


Mike said a nice goodbye, and then peaced. No crying in the limo. Just a farewell.


Remember him well.


David, who fell out of the bunk bed onto his face last week, is not looking amazing, though honestly, he’s looking better than most people who fall on their face do, if a bit crooked on one side. Becca gives him a rose to make up for his face. Garrett, who goes on another athletic date meets 2006 Olympic bobsled silver medalists Valerie Fleming and Shauna Rohbock, who were partners in the sport and are now married and have kids! Adorable again, in sports and love. They all take a run down the course. “Sixty-five miles an hour, 3-4 G’s—I don’t even know what a G is, to be honest, but I think it sounds fast,” Becca said.

Bachelorette Bobsled

Wills, who has to deal with Becca being in a bad mood because Jean Blanc was a weirdo to her and was sent home for it, still manages to very kindly say, “You’re human. You’re going to be affected by things.” Last and very least, Lincoln, who last month was convicted of indecent assault and battery for groping a woman on a cruise ship in 2016, doesn’t believe the earth is round. Team, let’s hit the showers—I need to rinse off.