Rachel wasn't having it, particularly because she had recently been in a five-year relationship that didn't lead to an engagement.
It was cheesy as hell but damn did Eric make it work.
Watching that interaction was also hard for Bryan, who admitted there was a "stark contrast" between his relationship with Rachel and the one she had with Peter.
Meanwhile, the fact that Rachel wanted a proposal wasn't lost on Peter. His competition didn't have a chance-even runner-up Peter, an earnest guy who seemed to be holding. Peter admits he's in love with her, but he isn't confident enough in his feelings to know he wants to spend the rest of his life with her. Ouch. Rachel obviously found that appealing. Because unlike Peter, whose real-world hang-ups got in the way of the game, Bryan came ready to commit to the fiction of The Bachelorette.
The potential concern about Peter has really only been apparent in the last few episodes.
Ultimately, they chose to spend the night in the fantasy suite. "But with more time, these relationships become attractive engagements and marriages, because they are premised on two people who truly love each other and took their time to develop those feelings and be sure they are ready to take the next step so it lasts forever".
Bryan felt Rachel was distant and confronted her about how things felt "off".
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Rachel Lindsay's season of "The Bachelorette" may have been a first for the franchise, but it ended much like the others. Although Rachel didn't want to waste her time with another guy who wasn't sure what he wanted, two months isn't five years.
Bryan does have some red flags.
"You take that leap of faith". Will it be Peter Kraus, Bryan Abasolo or Eric Bigger - the three remaining finalists?
"My fear is that, OK, you don't propose and I agree to just date you and be committed to you". Here's what those who didn't watch the finale need to know to confidently talk about the finale.
Hometown visits were no walk in the park for Bryan and Rachel. He just wasn't ready to propose, especially given that she might choose another man over him.
But Rachel, his charm borders on smarm! Either way, we'll see you in Paradise. That is not going to be an easy Thanksgiving with the in-laws. "While things didn't end the way that I hoped, I have you to thank for the feelings I did have", Kraus said to Lindsay.
Eric should be the next bachelor, full-stop. Whatever happens, Rachel's been a stellar Bachelorette, and she deserves only the best. "I am the best version of myself when I'm with you". Or are you a giant Bryan fans?