But will just anyone be ok to have? For the next eight weeks or so? Des repeats that she doesn't have a clue. Come on, girl, pull the plug. You don't need no man.
It doesn't seem like they gave Des much time to decide, but maybe that's editing? We don't have much time to decide what we want. Des says that if she can't see a future with either guy, for her it's over. Of course. But this is all in her dumped outfit, so who knows where her head is at now that she's shifted to peach. Des glides out to greet Chris the Poet and Drew the Best Friend. They both clench their jaws as Des tries to hold it together telling them about Brooks's sudden departure. She tells the guys that she will continue to take each relationship individually and she won't let getting dumped break her spirit. BOOOOOOOOOOOO.
Des starts crying telling the guys that they have the choice to accept their roses. This is some bullshit. I want zero roses to be handed out. But I also want to see Neil Lane, so I'm torn. Des gives a rose to Drew, then to Chris and duh, they both accept it. I don't even care who "wins" anymore, but Chris looks handsome in his suit and Drew looks pretty homosexual all the time, so I guess I pick Chris. But really I pick no one. I choose a twist! Chris Harrison asks, can Des really love someone else the way she loved Brooks? Is it too late for a little excitement?
Whoa, who is this old dude in the live audience? I love that he's there. I hate that Chris Harrison is interviewing audience members "on behalf of Bachelor Nation." She doesn't think Brooks ruined Des's chances at love in the future, but she's hoping that Brooks will come back. The whole audience applauds for this, and then a girl in a picnic blanket skirt says she's on Team Chris and Chris Harrison makes fun of Des and Brooks's grammar. There are about three people in the audience on "Team Drew." I'm on Team Let's Get This Over With and Stop Interviewing Nobodies. Oh, and for the record, no one in this live slice of Bachelor Nation thinks Des will end up alone. That is a fate worse than death.
Des wakes up the next morning, faking renewal and a readiness to move on and continue with Drew and/or Chris. She optimistically dons a fresh half-shirt and hops on a horse to meet Drew for a final date. Des does not seem very enthusiastic, and would anyone be? I am disappointed and furious and bored all at the same time. They're riding these damn horses having the lamest conversation any two people without personalities could have.