The Bachelorette is setting fans up for big drama on this week's episode, and one of the men is now dishing on what will happen on the episode. That man is Sean Lowe. He is one of the final three on this season with Emily Maynard, according to spoilers released for this series. That makes someone in the know. He not only teases that this week's episode is the one where fans will see his relationship with Emily really take off, but he also defends Ryan Bowers and his actions on the series this season.
Many fans are wondering how Sean manages to make it to the final three, and now they won't have to wonder anymore. Things will finally start to develop between Sean and Emily on screen this week. He took a moment to speak about that and the pending drama in a conference call this week. He said the following, according to Reality TV World:
I can say that Monday is going to be an awesome day. It's going to be awesome for me to go back and watch it, because like I was mentioning earlier, this is where I think you're going to start seeing sparks fly between Emily and me, and this is where we kind of kick off our relationship. That's what I'm most excited to see and yeah, like I said, as far as the guys go, I know everyone was kind of fired up over the "baggage" comment, but I don't know if there's any other guy drama outside of that.
With those comments, has ABC really pushed the Kalon 'baggage' comment too much? The spoilers for this episode make it sound like a huge blow out with Emily doubting the rest of the men once she finds out what was said. ABC has been known to blow things way out of proportion in the past though. They do want people to tune in.
As for Ryan Bowers, Sean knows the man well. They roomed together during the start of the season before the men traveled to Bermuda with Emily. He took a few moments to defend the man and his comments. He said the following:
You know, Ryan is such an interesting guy and when we first moved into the house in Charlotte, Ryan and I bonded right off the bat. We have a lot of things in common. We're both from the south and we grew up playing football, and we bonded. After spending time with Ryan, I think he may be a little bit misunderstood. I know he's got strong opinions and he often sticks his foot in his mouth, and there's no excuse for that, but at the same time, I think his heart's in the right placeÂ—maybe he just doesn't know the right way to express how he's feeling or what he's thinking.
Is Ryan really just misunderstood? He has really put his foot in his mouth a number of times this season. It is nice to see Sean stick up for him. Is this another case of bad editing? Or is Ryan Bowers really that bad?
What do you think? Are you ready for the drama to come on Monday night's episode of The Bachelorette?
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