Since last Monday was the Fourth of July, we didn't get a new episode of The Jordan Rodgers Show (aka 'The Bachelorette') which, frankly, seems un-American.
We're back this week, though, and last night's episode was one for the ages.
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Bachelorette JoJo had narrowed her pool of suitors down to five in what has so far been a grueling season of football games and soccer games, and then some other things we don't care about as much.
Since the group of men vying for JoJo's love is so small now, there were three opportunities for a one-on-one date -- and our boy Jordan was lucky enough to be chosen, much to the dismay of the rest of the group.
Like any normal couple, Jordan and JoJo spent their time together crushing grapes to be used in wine that they would later drink. Thankfully, neither one of them fell down.
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After drinking each other's feet juice, J and J sat down to have a conversation we've all been waiting to hear: what's Jordan's relationship like with older brother Aaron, of Green Bay Packers fame?
We had already heard that Jordan and Aaron's relationship was "complicated." He divulged a little more information last night, saying that he's much closer with the other Rodgers brother, Luke.
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Jordan discussed how he made the decision to stay close with his family, while Aaron clearly made some different life choices.
Aaron, apparently, doesn't even know Jordan is on the show, so he wouldn't be around to meet JoJo during a potential hometown date. He's too focused on tossing Hail Marys and shining his Super Bowl ring, though this new revelation that he's not a very good family man might cost him some points in America's hearts.
While Jordan is on the date, opening up about his family life, the rest of the guys are (obviously) at home talking about him, because that's what happens when you're the GOAT.
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Before the date ends, Jordan capitalizes on his alone time with JoJo and tells her he's falling in love with her. JoJo, who learned from the master Ben Higgins about the mistake of telling people you love them too early, reacts with a simple and non-committal, "that makes me so happy."
At the rose ceremony at the end of the episode, Jordan is of course awarded a rose, securing the fact that next week JoJo gets to meet the rest of the Rodgers clan -- sans Aaron.