'The Bachelorette': Clare Crawley makes out with Dale Moss, rest of the suitors threaten to stage walkout
Clare Crawley is about to be on 'The Bachelorette' for atleast three more episodes. Audiences know that Clare's headstrong attitude that sometimes also comes across as arrogant is not going to do any good to her. People remember her as the woman who stood for her self-respect against Juan Pablo Galavis in the final episode of 'The Bachelor' turning the tables on him.
She escaped being dumped by doing the honor herself but not before she gave a sound hearing to Juan about how she wasn't going to be disrespected by him and she'd never want her children to have a father like him. She's pretty much danced to her own tune and continued to do the same on this season of the 'The Bachelorette' that she's leading. On the very first night Clare claimed to have "met my husband" after she had a very brief interaction with Dale Moss in the driveway of the Palm Springs' resort where the season was shot. She and Dale both made it look like that was the first time meeting each other but that has been debated by a lot of audiences who feel that they'd been in touch while the show shut down production in March due to the pandemic and had grown very close during the period. However, that's a least important detail for now given it's been repeated again and again in the multiple trailers and blogs even before the show started airing.
What we also knew was that Clare was about to be slammed real bad for her attitude by the other men on the show as she made little to no efforts to connect with any of them after seeing Dale. For instance, in last week's episode, Clare chose a group of men she'd go on a date with. None of them bothered to initiate a one-on-one meeting with her and everyone just ended up sitting in awkward silence staring at each others faces. That's when Clare herself had to ask someone to "step up to the plate" and one man did so, not Dale though. However, Clare couldn't shake off the feeling that no one bothered to ask her if she'd like to have a conversation and she abruptly walked out of the date saying a half-hearted sorry. She then went ahead to blast the rest of the men for not making efforts. That's when Yosef called her crazy, and finally Dale stepped up, whisked Clare away and apologized for not having jumped at the opportunity before.
Audiences are of the opinion that Dale is not that much into Clare as much as she is into him. Many of them have taken an issue with her favoring Dale over everyone else, saying it isn't fair to the rest of her suitors. In the upcoming episodes, the men lose their cool over her as she and Dale camp up in her room and make out on camera. The trailer makes it seem like she also misses a dinner with the rest of the suitors to spend time with Dale in her room. The rest of the suitors riot and threaten to stage a walkout as they feel unwanted. All this information might be out courtesy a number of blogs, however, the trailer promises that audiences don't know the whole truth and it would be uncovered in the upcoming episode.
To find out what happens tune in to 'The Bachelorette' on Tuesdays at 8 pm ET on ABC.