'The Bachelor' Season 26: Susie expresses concern over intimacy on fantasy suite dates

While Clayton went on dates with Rachel and Gabby before Susie, for her, him sleeping with them might be a deal-breaker


                            'The Bachelor' Season 26: Susie expresses concern over intimacy on fantasy suite dates
Susie on 'The Bachelor' (ABC)
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After the women tearing Clayton to shreds on the Tell-All, Season 26 is now back on track, with Clayton moving on to the most pivotal part of the show -- the fantasy suites. In this segment, Clayton will go on one-on-one dates with each of the women and spend the night with them in a suite.

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With Susie, Gabby and Rachel left in the running, each of them is now worried about how Clayton might feel about the others. While they are confident about their individual relationships with Clayton, it seems as though the idea of the other women having more substantial connections with the others is troubling.

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With Rachel being the first one to go on the one-on-one dates, followed by Gabby and then Susie, it seems as though Susie has the most amount of concern. She expressed that she would have an issue with him being intimate with him the other two ladies.

While Gabby was okay with the idea of him exploring his options, Susie noted that it would be an issue for her, and she wouldn't be able to move past it. If she was the one for Clayton, he shouldn't be initmate with Gabby and Rachel. She also noted that she'd have a tough time moving past it if he was. Unfortunately for Susie, Clayton not only tells Gabby and Rachel that he's falling in love with them but also sleeps with them during their fantasy suite segments. Fans called out the plotline, as it is something Bachelor nation has seen repeatedly.

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"#TheBachelor producers don't actually want a success story anymore… forcing ladies to stay in hotel & talk about overnight dates is awkward & just asking for drama. And they always seem to put the woman with more traditional values when it comes to "physical intimacy" last." tweeted a fan. "production is sick for chopping up that girl's "clayton better not be sexing on anyone else" monologue at the same time he is sexing on someone else #TheBachelor" added another. "Every season there's always ONE in the final three who has a problem with the bachelor/bachelorette sleeping with multiple people when they know fantasy suites are going to happen #TheBachelor" said a fan. "If Suzie expects Clayton to have made his final choice at this point, then why does she stay to finish out the process? Greg left early from Katie's season for this exact reason. #TheBachelor" noted another. 

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Catch 'The Bachelor' Season 26 two-part finale on ABC on Monday, March 13 and Tuesday, March 14, at 8 pm EST.

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