July 27th, 2010
09:50 AM ET
Last night's "Men Tell All" edition of "The Bachelorette" featured 14 rejected suitors talking about their experience on the show, but the star of last night's special was one suitor who was nowhere to be found.
Justin the wrestler, who was kicked off the show after it was revealed that he had two girlfriends on the side, didn't attend the reunion. That didn't stop the other suitors from going to town on him, describing him in words you can't say in a family-friendly blog.
Fourth-place finisher Kirk mentioned that while rooming with Justin in Iceland, he noticed the wrestler would lock himself in the bathroom with the sink and shower running late at night. He would find out after the fact that Justin was calling one of his girlfriends during that time. Jonathan the weatherman noted that Justin pledged early on that he would be the villain of this season.
Host and birthday boy Chris Harrison then brought out Jessie, the former "Bachelor" contestant who told Ali about Justin's treachery. Jessie said she received an e-mail from one of Justin's girlfriends, saying that her boyfriend was on the show, and that she didn't know what to do. In addition, Justin's other girlfriend posted a message on the wrestler's social networking account, setting off the chain of events that led to Justin's departure in Turkey.
The conversation essentially concluded with Craig the lawyer challenging Justin to an olive oil wrestling match, which I hope never occurs.
Another suitor who didn't attend the reunion was Frank, who left the show last week after admitting that he's falling in love with a former flame. Craig the lawyer said that Frank came on the show with great intentions, but got confused along the way, while Ty believed that Frank thought the feelings for his ex-girlfriend would go away.
Frank will get the opportunity to explain his side of the story, as he will appear on next week's "After the Final Rose" special.
Ali made an appearance last night, and said that while she knew the show would be difficult, she didn't realize it would be that difficult. Doesn't every "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette" say that?
We were also treated to two rounds of blooper reels, including a possible run-through of a Spanish-language version of the show, as well as a preview of next month's "Bachelor Pad" spinoff, which looks like "Big Brother" with better outfits, more bunk beds and too many people trying to stretch their 15 seconds of fame.
Next week, Ali decides between Chris the landscaper and Roberto, plus the "After the Final Rose" special.
What did you think of last night's "Bachelorette" episode?
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