Understandably, the event changes Emily's perspective on the competition, raising doubts as to who else she has let advance who may be pursuing her for all the wrong reasons.
Her one-on-one date with Jef the next day serves as a temporary distraction from her anger as Emily finally gets her suitor to open up to her. Although he reveals he was in the room when Kalon said the words that would later get him the boot from the competition, he is essentially forgiven. He makes light of the situation joking that if Ricki were indeed "baggage," she is nothing short of a high class "Chloe handbag," which warms Emily's heart. The young entrepreneur ends the date with a rose and what he describes as "the most anticipated kiss" of his life as they lock lips for the first time as they overlook the Thames.
Before the final ceremony, Emily confronts the remaining nine together to essentially convey her great disappointment in not being warned earlier about Kalon, which in effect terrifies the remaining men who now seem to deeply regret not speaking up before Chris had.
When it came down to it, Alejandro was left high and dry as the only bachelor without a rose, but as he takes his tearful ride back to the hotel, he has only kind words to say about the bachelorette.
Next week the final eight travel to Croatia. The episode promo for next week teases yet another bachelor confrontation after Emily is told another man in the bunch has Kalon-esque intentions in the game.
Keep it tuned to ABC! An all-new Bachelorette airs next Monday at 9/8c..