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‘The Bachelorette’ 2012 SPOILERS: Who Does Emily Maynard Tell To Get The F—K Out?



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Emily Maynard: she’s sweet until she’s not, said Chris Harrison. On episode 3 of ‘The Bachelorette’ we get to see a sort of new side to Emily, and perhaps see someone still seem really nice while using the F word on TV.

Emily was defending her daughter and her status as a mother, you see. The latest official trailer released shows that Kalon is still busily getting everyone to dislike him, even Emily.

‘I didn’t think it would be this hard,’ she says.

What was hard was hearing from a few of the other guys that Kalon had been bad-mouthing Emily and referring to her adorable daughter, Ricki as ‘baggage.’

This incensed the mama bear, who confronted Kalon and old him that if that’s what he thinks to ‘get the f—k out.’ Yay, go Emily! No one had really seemed to like Kalon.

Tonight we will see friction between Kalon McMahon who is fast becoming the ‘Bachelorette’ season 8 villain and boom box disco dancer Stevie.

“I don’t like you,” Stevie tells Kalon, and Kalon responds, “I wouldn’t like me either if I were you, bro.”

No one liked Kalon from the moment he stepped out of the helicopter. Except maybe Emily, who decided to have him stick around but apparently changes her mind in a big way tonight.

Ryan has established himself as an early favorite. He got the first date of the season and got to bake cookies for Ricki’s soccer team. To see if he makes it to the end you can check out my ‘final’ 3’ spoiler here.

We get to see Emily making out with Arie, Sean, Jef and Ryan. If this is anything to judge by, Jef should do pretty well as at this stage Emily seems to keep returning to him.

But some other excitement in ‘The Bachelorette’ tonight: Sean Lowe takes his shirt off! With Sean shirtless, the guys ganging up on a Mr. Nasty and Emily Maynard telling him to ‘get the f—- out,’ that’s just about all I need in one episode. How about you?

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