*SPOILER ALERT* If you don't want to know why he got a tattoo or who goes home, stop reading now.
Last night's episode of The Bachelorette was filled with awkward moments and cheesy creepiness.
But first, the good news ... at long last, Ali Fedotowsky sent Jonathan, aka "The Weatherman," home.
Distraught and "dumbfounded," the cheesy contestant, who cried at the mere thought of kissing Ali, was denied a rose.
"I feel like you didn't get a chance to know me," he told her.
Au contraire, that's why you're going home. Finally, thankfully.
But she didn't rebuke all cheese, as she kept Kasey, who sang her a crazy song about a rose that he clearly made up as he went along. Ali sat by looking stunned and unimpressed.
Ali was cautious and told him she worried the song and his lines ("I'm here to protect and guard your heart") weren't real.
So he got real ... by going out and getting a tattoo that depicts a shield protecting his heart on his hand. But he doesn't tell her about it. He covers it with a bandage and tells the other guys it's a burn. When the guys do discover it, Frank nails it when he says it "doesn't prove anything except that you're nuts."
While she doesn't give Kasey a rose after the date, she does give him one in the end. Along with him those still standing include: Frank (I still love him), Roberto (still rooting for him), Kirk, Craig, Chris N., Ty, and Justin ("Rated R").
Next week, as things continue to heat up, Ali and the remaining men head to Iceland.
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