*Warning: Spoilers ahead*
After episode six aired on ABC, the network debuted a mid-season promo detailing what’s to come in the next few installments, and it appears Luke Parker isn’t the only contestant to cause drama.
The three-minute clip shows a montage of Brown getting to know her remaining men. While we don’t know when Luke will go home (*sigh*), one thing’s for sure: The upcoming episodes will be risqué AF.
No, really. Poor Brown is feeling the sexual tension, and she isn’t being shy about it. “I want to be physical with him, but I don’t want to just have sex,” she says in the clip. “I want to, like, love you in every way.”
Of course, this becomes a problem when Parker insinuates that Brown is a bad person because she didn’t wait for marriage. “So, let’s talk about sex. And how the marriage bed should be kept pure,” he says. “And let’s say you have had sex with one or multiple of these guys, I’d be wanting to go home.”
“Oh, my God,” Brown responds. “I cannot believe you just said that. I’m so mad. I don’t owe you anything.”
But wait, there’s more. Things get even more dramatic when Chris Harrison approaches Brown right before what appears to be the final rose ceremony. He explains that an eliminated contestant has returned, wanting to propose.
“This is going to change everything because he went out and got a ring,” Harrison says. “He demanded to see you. He is fully convinced that you are his wife.”
Brown goes on to say that “things would be so different if he weren’t here right now. I don’t know what to do.”
So, will Brown pull a Colton Underwood and cancel the last rose ceremony? Or will she be forced to send the proposal crasher home, ultimately making her question her other relationships? Guess we’ll have to wait until The Bachelorette returns to ABC next Monday, June 24, at 8 p.m.