Elsewhere, Rachel chose Zach for her one-on-one date in Amsterdam, which did not sit well with Tino.
“You can’t help when you don’t get the date card to be like, ‘What the f–k?,'” Tino said. “Right now, all I’m privileged to know is that the scoreboard this week reads that Zach wins the amazing one-on-one. And it’s his second one. It’s pretty gutting.”
After an afternoon spent galloping through tulip fields and a romantic dinner in the middle of an art museum—in which Zach revealed he recently lost 85 pounds and the two bonded over their appreciation for the value of therapy—Rachel gave Zach a rose and an official invite to hometown dates next week.
After an emotional goodbye to Nate, Gabby treated her remaining guys to a group date that was supposed to be sexy, but really ended up being incredibly awkward. After entering a dark room, they were introduced to a sex expert dressed in all-leather and holding a huge whip.
The men were put through a bunch of different exercises, meant to test their sexual fetishes. Johnny was the only guy to fully embrace the experience, while the others mostly giggled and looked uncomfortable.
“I was kind of hoping today would be the deep dive into who we are and what we represent,” Logan said. “I’m just blindfolded laying on a shag carpet waiting for her to rub whipped cream on my nipples.”
Speaking of Logan, host Jesse Palmer revealed to Gabby that, after the group date, Logan had tested positive for COVID, forcing that evening’s cocktail party to be canceled.
Logan’s future on the show was never expressly addressed, but it does not appear that he will return to the competition.