Then, it was time for the 19-on-2 group date. This is the largest Bachelor Nation event. The guys and the Bachelorettes completed some very weird photoshoots—at one point Meatball was dressed as a giant baby and birthed by another contestant dressed in a hospital gown, for some reason—the group got dressed up for a night at SoFi Stadium, home of the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers.

The night was highlighted—or low-lighted, if you will—by an uncomfortable conversation between Gabby and HaydenHayden informed Rachel that Rachel is his favourite, but that Rachel is the one he’s more interested in. Tyler Jacob proceeded to tell Gabby that they were only interested in Rachel, as well.  

Host once again returns to the mansion Jesse PalmerGabby and Rachel urged Jesse to cancel the event and change the format. Jesse said that by accepting the rose at the rose ceremony you are “committing to dating the one woman who offers the rose.” In essence, the men were divided into two distinct groups.

It was time for the finale. The dynamic changed when some men announced their support to Gabby rather than Rachel. Termayne, Alec Meatball all declining Rachel’s roses. Gabby did not pick any of the roses and all were sent home with Jacob.

One twist is not enough. Rachel saved Rachel’s last rose for Hayden, who had called Gabby “rough around her edges” just hours earlier and accepted. There is enough friction among the men to make it seem like there will be more between the Bachelorettes.

Learn more about what lies ahead BacheloretteSundays, 8 p.m. ET on ABC ET, ABC.