His outburst could only be tempered by Kaitlyn herself, although Kupah displayed some sour grapes on the way out as well, words that probably just make Kaitlyn feel better about her decision when looking back on it today:
Kaitlyn Bristowe Confronts Kupah|The Bachelorette shuts him down for good.|Kupah was sent home by Bachelorette Kaitlyn Bristowe before the Rose Ceremony, but instead of leaving, he threw a tantrum out in front of the Bachelor Mansion. Kaitlyn goes outside to calm him down and sends him on his way, but not before he finishes up with some snide comments as she walks back in the house. From Week 3 of the 2015 season of The Bachelorette.
There was no time to settle down after that drama, as Bachelorette Kaitlyn had to go through the previously delayed Rose Ceremony. Cory and Daniel were the unfortunate pair who didn't receive a rose, and so they were sent home.
The contestants who remained got their own rude awakening, however, as two sumo wrestlers greeted them at the crack of dawn with yelling and banging gongs. Pretty soon, the men were outside sumo wrestling. Well, most of them were, at least -- after he failed to best the sumo wrestlers despite much boasting, Tony then decided he felt that between this and the boxing, there was too much aggression involved in winning Kaitlyn's heart, and left the show. Here's Tony losing his cool over it while talking to Kaitlyn:
Tony Loses His Zen on The Bachelorette|He can't handle all the aggression on this show.|After some sumo wrestling practice, Tony loses his cool over what he believes is too much aggression in the fight for Kaitlyn's heart. Tony has the heart of a warrior and the spirit of a gypsy, and while wearing the mawashi of a sumo wrestler he battles JJ as well, who is trying to push Tony's buttons in an effort to make Tony snap and go home. From Week 3 of the 2015 season of The Bachelorette.
Shawn B ended up snagging the sumo date group rose, making him safe for the week. Clint, who was already feeling like Kaitlyn wasn't trying hard enough to maintain their connection, got a bit annoyed. But maybe that's just because his relationship with JJ was starting to overtake his love for Kaitlyn anyway:
The next group date was a masterclass in awkwardness. Step 1: Take unprepared bachelors, make them teach kids as substitute teachers. Step 2: Make them teach sex ed to young kids. Step 3: Make the whole thing a prank where the young kids are all child actors, prepped to ask the most embarrassing questions imagineable. The result? Suprise! It was some awkwardness:
Ben H fared pretty well with a cute explanation of reproduction that basically walked the kids through dating and romance, and he earned himself the group date rose as a result, rendering him immune from the Rose Ceremony. But yet again, drama trumped the ceremony, as one by one, the men told Kaitlyn that there was a lot of drama in the house -- and that it was all due to Clint and JJ scheming to their heart's delight:
"Villains gotta vill," they decreed, both simultaneously accepting their roles as the bad apples while also making up words. In a conversation with Kaitlyn, Joshua called the pair two-faced, and the Bachelorette decided something had to be done...but alas, there was no more time. To be continued, yet again. Will Kaitlyn send home more men before the Rose Ceremony? She does call Clint "one of the biggest douches in Bachelor history" in the clip below, after all:
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