After a week off for the NBA Finals on ABC, The Bachelorette was back in action Monday night.
Rachel Lindsay is trying to balance her search for love, with putting out fires between the guys. Kenny and Lee's feud heated up after Lee interrupted Kenny's one on one time with Rachel.
Kenny claims Lee used their friendship to take advantage of his time. When Kenny went to confront Lee on his actions, it turned into a shouting match.
Rachel was visibly upset from the fight, and the pressures of being the first African American bachelorette was starting to weigh heavily on her. She broke down on camera over the tough situation.
The rose ceremony was eventually canceled, but Lee and Kenny both made it through one more round.
Viewers said goodbye to Bryce, Diggy and Brady.
Looking for a fresh start, the crew packs their bags and heads to Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.
Rachel takes Dean on a one on one date. The pair ride above the coast in a Goodyear blimp. Although Dean is very scared, he enjoys the adventure.
At dinner, Dean opens up to Rachel about his mother's death and the toll it had on his family.
The rest of the guys take a group date on a yacht, dancing, drinking and having some fun. The guys then become contestants in the Bachelor Spelling Bee.
Josiah is the big winner, after spelling polyamorous.
But the evening gets tough when Josiah and Iggy go head to head.
The episode ends with "to be continued..." and viewers are left with images of Kenny's bloody eye, insinuating a fight between Kenny and Lee.
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