Time for the roses. The first rose goes to Gwen. Gwen accepts. The second rose goes to Helene. Helene accepts. Will the final rose go to Brooke or Angela? Brooke or Angela? Oh, the tension. Yeah, right. It goes to Brooke, of course. And leaving us hanging for fifteen seconds doesn't make it more surprising -- Angela's out.
Aaron explains to us that he has to walk Angela out of the house, and that it's going to be tough because it will be like "breaking up" with her. Except that he barely knew her and all. On the way out, Aaron explains to Angela that he feel like he didn't get to know her as well as he did the other women. Angela agrees. They hug. Angela tells Aaron to "have fun" as he escorts her into the limo.
Angela tells us that she wishes she could have been more relaxed around Aaron, but that she wasn't. She worries that she was "numb" and "cold" and says that she doesn't want to be the way she is. God, she thinks she has to change who she is because Aaron rejected her. This show is screwed up in so many ways. She worries that she's not affectionate and is going to be an old maid at forty. Well, I'm not very affectionate either and I'm...oh, shit. She's so screwed. Angela worries that she's a cold-hearted bitch. Based on what little we've seen of Angela, she's obviously not. I suspect that she's been surrounded by a lot of awful Chipsters who have called her names like that in a drunken stupor when she failed to respond to their clumsy advances. I imagine that starts to get into your psyche after a while.
Inside, the remaining bachelorettes toast the fact that their fifteen minutes of fame aren't over yet.
Next week: the women get "overnight" dates with Aaron. More awkward kissing. More insistent questions from Helene. Aaron looks like he's getting tired of her. Another woman gets sent home.
Over the end credits, JohnDavid tells us that if they went to Wal-Mart to pick out a husband for Brooke, they couldn't get any better than Aaron. That's probably true; if Wal-Mart did sell husbands, Aaron's about what you'd get. They also give Aaron a little figurine of Alabama's mascot. It still has the price tag on it. Hee! Of course, Aaron didn't think to bring so much as a nice bottle of wine or anything to all these families whose daughters he's wooing, so he doesn't even deserve that.