‘The Bachelorette’ 2016 Spoilers — Episode 4: Who Goes Home Tonight? JoJo Sends Home Seven Guys Including The Villain

This week on The Bachelorette, it is a big two-part event that spans Monday and Tuesday with enough drama and anger to fill a mansion. JoJo Fletcher is getting a bit conflicted with all that is happening between the guys when she’s not around them, and that leads to some confusion in her mind. That being said, JoJo has a lot of decisions to make, and tonight she is going to be sending home a whopping seven guys.

Please let it be known that there are possible spoilers ahead for the new and upcoming season of The Bachelorette starring JoJo Fletcher. If you don’t want to know them, stop reading now.

Anyone that watched Monday night’s episode of The Bachelorette saw that Chad Johnson’s anger management issues got a bit out of control. As recapped by E! Online, he threatened a bunch of guys, went after Evan twice, and bloodied his knuckles by punching a door.

All of that anger and everything else on Episode 3 led to Chris Harrison announcing a pool party instead of a cocktail party before the rose ceremony elimination. It was then that ABC cut the cord on this week and decided to push the rest of the drama to Tuesday night.

Yes, there were no eliminations last night, as ABC likes to do that from time-to-time to shake things up a bit. That means if all goes according to plan, JoJo should end up sending home a multitude of guys on tonight’s episode.

Reality Steve had the spoilers broken up by episode, but it was difficult to adjust for the unexpected two-night special this week.

Some editing by the network and they’ve spread things out a bit which means that after the pool party, JoJo will be sending home:

  • Christian Bishop
  • Ali Zahiri
  • Nick Benvenutti
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Those first rose ceremony eliminations should end up coming in the earlier part of tonight’s episode, and it will then lead into the regular order of things. Episode four will then see JoJo go on a one-on-one date with Luke Pell, a football-themed group date, and then a two-on-one date.

It’s that two-on-one date where things get very crazy and hectic and chaotic.

Chad gets another date with JoJo, but it’s not the one-on-one date he was hoping to receive. He heads out with JoJo and Alex Woytkiw for the “good times,” and it doesn’t take long for things to take a bad turn.

JoJo seems to finally see Chad’s true colors and ends up sending him home by giving the rose to Alex. This does not sit well with him, and he heads back to the mansion to collect his protein powder and other belongings.

Needless to say, but the guys at the mansion are already partying it up when they hear of Chad’s departure. It is going to be sort of like this.

That makes a total of four guys sent home on tonight’s episode, but that’s before the second rose ceremony elimination set for Episode 4. Reality Steve states there will be another rose ceremony after the next set of dates, and it is due to take place tonight.

  • Daniel Maguire
  • James Fuertas
  • Vinny Venteria

Please remember that ABC could once again edit things differently and change it up, but those last three eliminations are scheduled to take place this evening.

The ultimate villain made himself known in a hurry and he also made sure that all the guys on The Bachelorette knew he wasn’t there for them. Apparently, JoJo figured out he wasn’t for her either, and now he’s heading out to do something new.

After the first episode of the 2016 season of The Bachelorette, a lot of viewers thought this may be a rather simple and drama-filled season. Things have certainly changed over the course of just a few episodes, and JoJo Fletcher has already sent a lot of guys packing. Chad Johnson was labeled the villain, but he and his anger only made it to Episode 4 before being sent home. Fans of Chad need not worry, though, as he’s already headed to Bachelor in Paradise.

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