Another week, another episode of 'The Bachelorette,' and another group date for America's favorite former quarterback who also happens to be America's favorite current quarterback's little brother.
Bachelorette JoJo took another step closer to marrying Jordan Rodgers during the first part of last night's episode when she broke up with some radio DJ who is 90 pounds soaking wet, while we (and Jordan) anxiously awaited a date.
Thankfully, Jordan didn't get stuck with the dreaded two-on-one date this week, where one person is guaranteed to be sent home. Instead, he got to explore the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina, with his beautiful girlfriend and four other dudes. Romantic.
See photos of Jordan from 'The Bachelorette' and his football playing days:
After doing some shopping and dancing through the streets, the bachelors and JoJo casually stumbled upon a local soccer game, because this season of 'The Bachelorette' is actually just a show about sports. Soccer isn't exactly Jordan's 'football' of choice, but he had plenty of opportunities to show off -- like when he bumped into JoJo and she immediately screamed, "Your stomach is so hard!"
The date came down to a penalty kick, and the locals decided that whoever scored a goal got to kiss JoJo. This is obviously a huge reward for a group of men who have already all kissed JoJo.
Jordan kicked the ball a little too high and didn't win the kiss, since he's obviously going to win the girl in the end so it would be unfair for him to also win everything else.
After the game, the guys got their chance to kick back and relax and secure some alone time with JoJo. James Taylor, a singer-songwriter who had expressed how he felt a little... different than the rest of the macho dudes on the date, decided to spend his time talking about our boy Jordan.
According to James, he and Jordan sat down for a poker game, and Jordan corrected James on a rule he was getting wrong. Apparently, knowing the rules of poker is severely offensive and lead James to believe that Jordan is entitled and just on the show for fame. He reported all of this back to JoJo who then brought it up with Jordan.
Jordan couldn't help but laugh a little when confronted. He said he was upset that he had to spend his one-on-one time with JoJo defending himself. That's understandable, since he's a quarterback and he usually has five or so people doing the defending for him.
James Taylor might want to watch out, since the last guy who said something bad about Jordan was promptly sent home.
Jordan wasn't awarded the date rose, much to our dismay. That meant we actually had to wait until the end of the episode to see if he was staying another week.
Jordan obviously felt the pressure, too, as he grabbed JoJo for another quick chat before the looming rose ceremony. He told JoJo that he's still falling in love with her and that he wants to get engaged at the end of the show and "do life" with her, whatever that means.
The sweet talk seemed to work, since Jordan was given a rose and lives to see another week.
Back in the real world, Jordan took to Twitter to comment (sort of) on Johnny Manziel and the SEC:
He also finally addressed the fact that he is Aaron Rodgers' brother when he talked about their "complicated" relationship with Garbage Time's Katie Nolan last week.
Dear 'Bachelorette' gods, what do we need to do to make sure Aaron makes an appearance during the hometown dates? We'll do anything! We must know more!