'The Bachelorette' Week 6 Roundup: Twitter Has All the Feels Before Rachel's Hometown Dates
'The Bachelorette' Week 6 Roundup: Twitter Has All the Feels Before Rachel's Hometown Dates
Laurel Brown
Laurel Brown
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
As The Bachelorette season 13 inches towards hometown dates, Rachel Lindsay and her shrinking cadre of suitors brought the emotions to week 6. Thanks to the presence of a couple of unfamiliar faces, the latest episode brought some confusion to audiences as well. And all of it was expressed beautifully on Twitter.

This week, The Bachelorette moved the festivities to the romantic (?) city of Geneva, Switzerland.

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Then the one-on-one dates began. Bryan got the first of the three outings, which prompted mixed responses from the Twitterverse.

Rachel and Bryan seemed to have fun though.

Dean was next. Some noted that he was an unusually pretty face to walk into a church.

A lot of people expressed frustration at Dean's early inability to say anything of substance.

Then, everyone fell apart when Dean tried to explain his hesitancy to open up.

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Fan-favorite Peter was up for a one-on-one date next. There was much rejoicing.

The final date of the evening was a three-on-one with Eric, Matt and Adam. Cutely, Matt and Adam both thought they had a chance to stick around. They were wrong. When the date ended, fans were -- as they have been for the past couple of weeks -- mostly just perplexed about how unfamiliar faces like Matt and Adam made it this far.

They didn't seem to have any hard feelings towards the guys though.

Although there may have been some wondering why we don't talk about AJ (the doll) anymore.

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That was it for the episode, although Twitter did note some mild freak-outs at things promised during next week's hometown dates.

Will the episode be as exciting as the preview? The Bachelorette's next episode will air Monday, July 17 at 8/7c on ABC. Want more news? Like our Bachelorette Facebook page

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