Millions gathered last night to watch "The Bachelor"-- Ben Flajnik, take the remaining six women to the beautiful location of Belize... and then gasped when Emily and Rachael were sent home...while Courtney stayed!
Hometown dates are next week, so the pressure was on for these women to really express their true feelings and thoughts about possibly brining Ben home to meet their families. Of course Courtney turned the tables on Ben, making it his job to “rediscover the spark” she thought they had lost since skinny dipping, while the other women warned Ben on Courtney’s true intentions. GalTime asked Jesse Csincsak winner of Season 4 of "The Bachelorette," for his insider opinion on the Episode 7.
GT: It seems that after Ben sends a woman home, they usually end up sobbing in the taxi questioning, “What did I do wrong?” Why do you think the first thought is what they did wrong?
Jesse: That’s because they have been enjoying some beverages for the last few hours and when they get rejected and sent back to the car, they are questioning themselves on what they could have done to be a better person for him or her. Sad, really.
GT: If you were Ben, would you pay attention to how the other women react when one of them is sent home at the rose ceremonies? For example, Kacie B is always so compassionate with hugs and tears while Courtney has a man-eater grin on her face.
Jesse: I think Ben is probably just waiting to give his speech for the next week’s date and really isn’t too worried about anything other than that.
GT: Do men find aggressive behavior like Courtney’s sexy?
Jesse: I find that behavior disgusting and I can promise Courtney will get what is coming to her due to her actions. Karma is a drag.
GT: There have been some pretty awesome destination dates this season. Which date would you enjoy the most with your wife?
Jesse: I think Belize is my favorite so far. Holy amazing water!!
GT: It seems that a few of the women have a very close relationship with each other, despite being in a competition for the same man. Do you find that odd? And do you still keep in contact with other men you met on the Bachelorette?
Jesse: The best thing that comes from going on a show like this is the amazing people you meet. I mean, look at my wedding! 90 percent of my groomsmen were from the show!
GT: Why don’t you think Ben listened to the women when they told him to be “cautious” of Courtney?
Jesse: The first time you hear something, like when Emily said something early in the show, it should ring a bell. But the second time you hear it from another source is definitely a red flag!
GT: What is your take on how the women talk about their relationship with Ben with one another? Do you think they find comfort in these conversations or are they looking for information?
Jesse: It’s both bragging and fishing for information.
GT: How much will the Hometown Date affect Ben’s decision?
Jesse: Well, since Ben handpicked these final girls, it makes it a huge decision. Remember, he’s not just marrying the girl; he’s marrying the family.
GT: How many texts containing expletives went out the moment Ben gave that rose to Courtney? Because I received and sent a few myself.
Jesse: Millions. He’s an idiot.
GT: Who do you predict having the best Hometown Date?
Jesse: Lindzi will have the best hometown date I bet!!
All opinions expressed are those of Jesse Csincsak. Catch "The Bachelor" Mondays on ABC.
Jesse Csincsak was the winner of Season 4 of ABC's "The Bachelorette." Jesse is also as a professional snowboarder and TV/Radio Host.