Rose ceremony. Chris says a lot of blah blah, and then Brad comes out and talks about how he cares for all of them, but the rose ceremony is about whether he can see himself married to them.
So: Michelle. Alli. Britt. Jackie. Chantal gets the last rose, which means that Marissa and Lisa are going home. Considering that we hardly ever saw Lisa, not surprising. She hastily hugs him and then scurries off away. "Even I'm not sure which one I am!" she tells us. (Not really.)
Brad hugs Marissa and asks her to try to understand. "It hurts having to leave feeling I was rejected," Marissa says. Uh, is there another way to leave? She wipes away tears, as did Lisa, and she says the usual nonsense about putting herself out there. "I left behind a lot to come here," she says, adding that she's got so much to give, and just needs to find someone who's ready to accept it.
Of course, if Brad saw Ashley H. annoyingly trying to stuff her huge teddy bear into her suitcase, he might have sent her packing as well, and Marissa could have stayed.
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