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Shockingly, Rachel went along with her partner's wishes and ousted her bestie.
It's weird how it happened, but it really makes sense. Harrison: It was pretty intimidating and there were probably 600 to 700 people in [the audience].It’s still Chris and Sarah versus the rest of the “Bachelor Pad” house, while Ed turns out to be the skanky d-bag we all thought we was and Rachel is “a widow,” which ….of course that’s what someone on this co-dependent, Stockholm Syndrome show would say.That would throw us off and we’re pretty good spellers. And to add insult to injury, three of the top spellers from California (age roughly 12) are the judges. The couples start with easy words just to get into the swing of alternating letters. Chris and Sarah are awful people on this show, but it’s so much more fun to watch with them in it. They immediately get to star their date, as Blakeley misuses the word “literally” in saying that she felt like somebody stabbed a knife in her back and turned it 20 times when Chris and Sarah won.But then they jump to “engagement ring” and “jewelry” and “rose ceremony” and everyone struggles. Jaclyn uses the word “literally” correctly, in that “literally” the bell-ringer judge was disgusted with them. I’m not sure it literally felt like that, but maybe for melodramatic Blakeley it did.