And then there's Juan going back outside, with Dave still railing against Juan with all the fire and brimstone of an evangelical sermon, and apparently some of the guys are wondering why David isn't the one telling Jillian all the rotten things about Juan that he seems to expect the rest of them to, and he says something about not wanting her to think he's a jerk, which kinda amounts, again, to "saying what she wants to hear," doesn't it? And then Juan comes back outside, and ignores Dave again telling him to go back inside. Juan: "I'm cool with everybody here. Not everybody has to like everyone." Dave: "If I had one bullet in a gun and I had you and Osama bin Laden in my sights, I'D KILL YOU." (Essentially.) Pathetically, the only crime David can come up with is Juan faking drinking a shot, which Juan doesn't confirm or deny, but only says "So the majority of this has to do with drinking?" I don't blame him for sounding confused. It would have been awesome if Juan had said, "I faked the drink because I'm an alcoholic, you asshole." But it's not like you need an excuse not to have a drink if you don't want one. And please, if you think Dave would be behaving any differently if Juan had simply declined the shot, raise your hand. Yeah, I thought so.
Dave won't stop interrupting Juan, who tries to say that he's there for the same reason that all of the rest of them are there, which is to find someone to spend the rest of his life with. "You're 35. Stop being a cheese-ass," Dave tells him, and then stomps off again. In an interview, David once again threatens Juan's life. Good god.
And then Robby -- I think? -- quietly tells Juan that he agrees a hundred percent with what Dave said, but they'll "talk about it later," whatever that's supposed to mean, and they clink glasses, and everyone goes inside, where Jillian talks about how she's starting to feel the pressure of the rose ceremony now, and the guys start talking about whether they think they're going home. Dave tells us, in another one of the interviews where his eyes are half-lidded and very red, that he wishes Jillian could see what happened tonight so she can see what kind of guy he is. That he actually thinks he comes off as sympathetic could be an indication of how drunk he must be.
So Jillian sits down for some chit chat with Chris Harrison that's much too boring to get into, except for maybe the acknowledgement that Juan is the most different from the other guys, but may also be the most calculated. Oh, and this is some terrible news: she's only sending two bachelors home tonight! I was hoping she was sending home twelve or thirteen.