What happens in the fantasy suite,
stays in the fantasy suite is discussed on national television.
On The Bachelor Season 21 Episode 10, Nick went into the fantasy suite with all three of his remaining ladies, and Raven left little to the imagination.
She basically told the world that she slept with Nick and finally had an orgasm... and then skipped around Finland and made snow angels.
I will say this, Nick is really good at what he does. So I'm pretty satisfied today.Raven
I can't decide if it was horrifying or hilarious. If they played the montage to "songs about sex" from the Pitch Perfect riff off, it would have been Emmy worthy.
It should also been noted that Raven's ex-boyfriend went straight to the tabloids to deny the fact that Raven has never had an orgasm. Anything for those 15 minutes of fame.
We quickly move on to Rachel's date because we saw the majority of Raven's date last week.
You can't deny that Nick and Rachel actually have really good chemistry, and it still bums me out that they announced she was The Bachelorette so early.
Does anyone else feel like it's a waste of time to watch their dates because we know they don't end up together?
Nick: What's your biggest fear?
Nick: I know the feeling.
Rachel opens up to Nick about her fear of rejection, which we all know Nick can relate to (see Bachelorette seasons 10 and 11). It is also going to make it that much more awkward to watch him (inevitably) dump her.
I'm starting to think this is all part of a master plan by ABC to make us hate Nick and fall for Rachel.
If you were to check your ego at the door, what would your heart say?Nick
After being pressured by Nick, Rachel eventually tells him that she is "falling for him." Those three words really start to lose meaning about five weeks into the season.
The same can be said about women jumping into Nick's arms.
Rachel is not as vocal as Raven about the fact that she slept with Nick, but seeing the two of them half naked in bed is all the confirmation we need.
Vanessa's fantasy suite is up next... but running back and forth between an ice bath and a sauna in the middle of Finland is hardly a fantasy.
I want to murder Nick... chop him up and feed him to the reindeer.Vanessa
I would also like to point out their matching royal blue bathing suits and snow hats. I can see their corny engagement photoshoot in matching clothes now.
Nick says that if him and Vanessa can get through this date, they can get through anything. I have a feeling the real world might be a little more difficult than 10 seconds in an ice bath followed by 10 seconds in a sauna, but maybe that's just me.
Their conversation actually gets deep when Vanessa opens up about how important it is for her to spend time with her family and live in Montreal.
It's safe to say Mr. Dancing With The Stars does not seem OK with going to lunch with her family every Sunday and living in Canada.
Not to be corny, but I'm really proud to be an American.Nick
Their conversation keeps going back to Vanessa and her family being so "traditional." Nick is acting like traditional is a dirty word.
I know he has about 100 brothers and sisters and clearly loves reality television, but I wouldn't say Nick is super progressive or different from Vanessa. He wants to get married, he just wants ABC to pay for the ring.
Vanessa also points out that she only wants to be engaged and married once. I wonder if she thinks other people plan on doing it multiple times.
I also wonder if she watched the episode where Nick proposed to Kaitlyn.
Vanessa says "I love you," to Nick and tells the camera that he is "her other half." She better get ready to say goodbye to her students and hello to the ballroom if she wants a future with Nick.
It's time for the rose ceremony, and all three of the girls are feeling confident about their feelings for Nick. They question his relationship with the other women, but somehow all think their relationship is the strongest.
The real question is are they able to enjoy their vacation while the other fantasy suite dates are happening?
Nick is super emotional at the rose ceremony, and ultimately sends Rachel home.
Seeing how emotional Rachel's goodbye is makes me even more angry at ABC for announcing that she's The Bachelorette. I can't feel bad for someone who is about to have 30 different guys chasing after her, and I wanted to get a good cry in tonight.
Who do you think Nick should choose: Raven or Vanessa?
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Sarah Hearon is a staff writer for TV Fanatic. Follow her on Twitter.