For the final one-on-one date, Underwood takes Cassie to a deserted island, where they sit on the beach, drink Champagne and kiss in the ocean. (You know, the usual.)
“On a scale of one to hot, Colton is hot,” Cassie says.
The good news is Underwood feels the exact same way, considering he couldn’t keep his hands off her the entire date, claiming he’s “crazy” about the speech pathologist.
At dinner, Cassie admits that she hopes he can respect her, even though she’s not a virgin. The worst part? Now her entire family knows. (Thanks a lot, national TV.)
Underwood says he would never judge her before giving her the rose and bringing her to his room.
“Normally I don’t let ladies in my bed on the first date,” Underwood says mid-cuddle.
The next day at the cocktail party, the Onyeka versus Nicole saga continues. It all started when Nicole sat down with Underwood and revealed that Onyeka’s claims couldn’t be farther from the truth. To top it off, she says Onyeka is bullying her.
Underwood doesn’t know who or what to believe, so he steals Onyeka away to clear the air. She fires right back at Nicole, claiming she’s a liar and trying to bring her down.
When Onyeka returns to the group, she confronts Nicole one more time, and Underwood has had enough. So, he approaches the duo and tries (and fails) to butt in. Fed up, Underwood walks off just as the camera fades to black.
On the bright side, Demi didn’t do anything crazy this week. The Bachelor returns to ABC next Monday, February 11, at 8 p.m.