Episode 7 of The Bachelorette airs tonight, with Rachel Lindsay narrowing down six men to the four hometown dates of the season. The official synopsis of tonight’s show reads:
Rachel has a surprise for the six remaining men, Adam, Bryan, Dean, Eric, Matt and Peter, who have now traveled to the romantic crossroads of the world – Geneva, Switzerland. Four roses will be handed out this week on three one-on-one dates and a group date. There will not be a rose ceremony, and those four lucky men will be the ones to bring Rachel home with them to visit their families.
Now that you have an idea of what you’re getting into on the show tonight, let’s get into the episode details and spoilers … But, DO NOT CONTINUE TO READ IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO KNOW WINNER SPOILERS THIS SEASON.
And the Final Four Contestants Are …
On tonight’s episode, two men are sent home and four move on in the show. So, who are the contestants sent packing? ABC reports that:
Finally, it is time for the three-on-one date with Adam, Eric and Matt. Everyone boards a boat headed to France where Rachel will spend private time with each man on the grounds of an ancient castle. The men all know that time is not on their side and that only one of them will get the rose for a hometown date.
And, according to Reality Steve, Matt Munson and Adam Gottschalk will be the two contestants sent home. Eric Bigger will make it through the three-on-one date and will join Dean Unglert, Bryan Abasolo and Peter Kraus for the hometown dates.
Bryan Abasolo Opens Up About a Troubled Relationship
Abasolo was the winner of the First Impression Rose this season and Lindsay has voiced that she’s wondered if the contestant could be “too good to be true.” On tonight’s episode, Abasolo opens up about a relationship from his past that ABC has described as “troubled.” Abasolo gets the first solo date tonight and for the date, the couple takes a luxurious car ride to a watch shop, where Lindsay gives him a gift from the show. Later, they dance and relax at the Victoria Concert Hall. This is where Abasolo talks about his past.
Dean Unglert Worries About His Dysfunctional Family Life
When Dean Unglert gets to have some solo time with Lindsay, he struggles with opening up about his family life and continues to joke instead of getting serious. Apparently, he is concerned when it comes to introducing her to this “dysfunctional” part of his life, especially with the hometown dates coming up soon. But, Lindsay appears to be touched by Unglert’s openness.
For the third solo date of the episode, Peter Kraus gets to go dog sledding with Lindsay and he worries about their future together, since he hasn’t had as much alone time with her as some of the other cast members.
Kraus ends up voicing some of his concerns and doubts to Lindsay, which you can see in the above video clip.