The Bachelorette "The Men Tell All" Recap: Like Pulling Teeth

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The Bachelorette "The Men Tell All" Recap: Like Pulling Teeth

"Lee should go educate himself!" While Rachel dumped him right after his father chanted over her, Dean feels good about the whole thing, because it helped him find closure and he doesn't think he "ever would have expressed the feelings that I had suppressed for so long" without The Bachelorette.

The audience cheered after DeMario told Lee, "I want to sit you down and give you f***ing history 101!"

"She was torn until the very end", the insider told Us.

"I took a situation that was very important to you and very important to a lot of people, and I didn't take that initiative to learn, and I watched it and just, goodness", he said. I'm not going to describe them here, because bloopers really need to be witnessed.

"If I'm just honest, I'm going to be 100 percent honest, I'm just going to say one word: Lee", the attorney, 32, exclusively tells Us Weekly, referring to controversial suitor Lee Garrett.

I love watching this franchise and I love writing these recaps.

"I am grateful that I have people in my life now that make me not like I was when I made a racist comment. And I like that he was responsive to it", he added. "If I hurt anybody in any kind of way with a bad joke, I apologize". "The racism that is ingrained in your behavior to the point of invisibility is still pushing you to behave in a certain way towards Kenny, towards Eric, towards me, in a way that you don't even recognize", he said.

One surprise for Kenny wasn't enough, however, as Harrison surprised him and his daughter with a trip to Disneyland to celebrate his birthday.

"All of us have to go through a very thorough social media scrubbing". And I feel like I said things that I should not have said.

"I feel like I'm in such a unique position, I have the opportunity to be a spokesperson for African Americans, for women, and I just feel like you had such an incredible opportunity to be surrounded by different people and different cultures and you didn't take advantage of that", she told Garrett. "I don't like racism at all", he says, suggesting that he might be something of an accidental racist? "And if you're comparing them to the KKK, people who hung my ancestors, why are you trying to date a woman who looks like me?"

Adam, meanwhile, told ET that he didn't believe Lee's apology during the show. Then I reminded myself that this is probably how all the seasons have been, randoms coming on the show to get some shine. So, I think initially it's very, very hard. "You had such an fantastic opportunity to be surrounded by different people and different cultures and you didn't take advantage of that", she said. For a moment, I nearly feel bad for him, and then another tweet flashes on the screen and I don't.

Lee replied, "I'm sorry, Rachel".

After far too many weeks of Rachel Lindsay's season of "The Bachelorette" were wasted on contestant Lee Garrett's race-baiting, deception and pot-stirring, the "Men Tell All" episode unfortunately forced us all to relive his unpleasant arc on the show. DeMario lies some more, Chris Harrison is all like "I have a brain and memories and also video tapes". So, of course, fans made all of their thoughts known by tweeting about what they thought was missing from the Men Tell All episode of Rachel's Bacheloretteseason.

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