He was very emotional during his final words because of all of the things that were going on in his life at that moment. He missed his son, he wanted the hometown date, he was thinking about his grandfather, who recently passed away, among other things. So that is why he was crying in the end. He said his hasn’t cried in a long time ("The Bachelor"/"The Bachelorette" totally brings the tears out)!
Doug said that Arie, Jef and Sean are all great picks for Emily. He was closest to Sean out of the three and the most similar to him. Was Doug hinting that Sean is the winner?
I cannot wait to go to Jef, Arie, Chris and Sean’s hometown next week! Check out my preview on Monday on this website. Also, don’t forget to talk to me throughout the show on Twitter on #bachelorettehi.
Week 7 Recap - 6/26/2012
Emily had to go through a lot to get to her final four men!
Emily first had to overcome the fact that Arie had a brief relationship with one of the producers from the show. She gave Arie so many chances to tell her about his relationship with the producer but he didn’t tell her. This definitely bothered Emily. but I think in Arie’s defense he didn’t say anything because he didn’t think twice about it.
Overall, I am happy that they worked through it because I think Emily should go visit Arie’s family. They deserve more time together and they should see where this relationship can go.
Poor John "Wolfe"… he is one naïve guy! He really felt like there was something between him and Emily. Like hello buddy, get a clue! I think that you can get so caught up in the "idea" of romance on this show, and he’s not living in reality. It was so funny how the lock didn’t fit over the wall and even Emily said, "This isn’t a good sign." YIKES!
Sean totally stole my heart when he went searching for Emily just to have a few minutes alone with her. Talk about a romantic gesture! They really have a true connection and I hope that they can continue to grow as a couple.