The Bachelorette With Emily Maynard Episode 4 Spoilers (VIDEO)

The Bachelorette With Emily Maynard Episode 4 Spoilers (VIDEO)

On the fourth episode of “The Bachelorette” with Emily Maynard, we will see her taking the guys to Bermuda. In addition to that, Ryan is still going on and on about how he saw Emily kissing Arie. Is he turning out to be the show’s villain, despite all of Kalon’s attempts to win that title?

On Monday’s episode of the show, we saw Emily say goodbye to Tony, who was sadly missing his son, Taylor. He really seemed out of place and was missing his son terribly. She let him go early so he could be with Taylor. Aww. You could tell that Tony was really heartfelt about how emotional he was about being there.

In addition, Emily also said goodbye to Alessandro, after he told her that being with her and her daughter would be a compromise for his gypsy lifestyle. She felt that anyone who would be with her should feel it as an honor to co-parent her daughter Ricki. Alas, Alessandro was sent home after telling her friends that he’s cheated on a woman before and that he has had a one-night stand. Compile all of that together, and Alessandro looks like a total douche.

At the rose ceremony, Emily said goodbye to Stevie, the MC. Why? Presumably because she was so taken with Arie’s sugary sweetness that she didn’t consider spending any time with Stevie. In case you’ve missed the third episode, you can read our fully detailed recap at this link.

Here’s the promo for next week’s episode, watch:

Next week, Emily and the guys go to Bermuda and there’s going to be a boat race! Why is Ryan being so jealous over Arie’s relationship with Emily? Surely he didn’t think she was going to give up all of the other guys just to be with a guy who would likely ditch her if she got fat after they were married?

“The Bachelorette” returns on Monday, June 4th at 8PM EST. Will you be tuning in to see who Emily eliminates next?

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