It may be paradise… but that doesn't mean it's perfect for every pair.
Tuesday night's surprise news that Nick Viall had been selected as the next Bachelor was so major we almost forgot there was a whole episode of Bachelor in Paradise going on right beforehand.
Luckily, we'd never miss an opportunity to critique all those young'uns lookin' for love, so without further ado, let's get into our BiP Season 3, Week 5, Episode 2 recap.
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The two-hour drama-fest began exactly where Monday night's episode left off with Caila Quinn threatening to leave the island due to Ashley Iaconetti's obsession with her flirtmance Jared Haibon.
However, the love triangle wasn't the only trouble in paradise – Josh Murray and Amanda Stanton also had to make a big decision about their fates in the game… but in the end, only one couple (throuple?) survived.
Unfortunately, it seems as though Ashley's cry-face finally broke Caila down… we just doubt the virgin expected her self-proclaimed OTP to follow her back to the States!
Apart from Caila and Jared's unexpected exits, Jami Letain and Shushanna Mkrtychyan showed up with their sights set on fan-favorite Wells Adams — as did Ash, because of course — while new arrival Lauren Himle opted instead for a date with Brett Melnick.
In a twist no one could have seen coming… Ashley spiraled even further into
madness sadness as Wells ended up favoring Shushanna over her for some completely irrational reason, we're sure.
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But don't worry, he still made out with all three, so next week's episodes will still have PLENTY of drama without Jaila! (Cared?)
Who do U want to see land in Paradise next??
[Image via ABC and Jared Haibon/Instagram.]
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