This fifth week of The Bachelor Season 27 had its fair share of heroes and villains! Can you even believe it?
Welcome to the fifth week of The Bachelor Season 27! This week, a whole lot went down with Mr. Zach Shallcross: Dates were missed, tears were shed, and just overall, the episode looked a whole heck of a lot different from legit anything that we’ve ever seen before.
*In case you haven’t seen The Bachelor Season 27, Episode 5 yet, there MAY be some SPOILERS ahead, so beware!*
Okay, let’s talk…
So this week, we all know why everything happened, so there’s no need to discuss that. However, we were worried and praying that Zach recovered quickly, that’s for sure. This week, many girls seemed as if their minds were wandering anywhere but their heads (some were justifiable, but some, much like Greer, were not). Watch the episode or find some YouTube highlights to learn more about what I’m truly talking about!
The Bachelor Season 27, Episode 5: Heroes
First of all, I just freaking love her. Second of all, not only did she get one date card this week, but she also got a second date card this week to commemorate the nighttime portion of her one-on-one with Zach. She was super funny and cute during the entire duration of her daytime portion with Zach; however, she was also able to tone it down just a bit and talk about some serious topics as well (which I related to before meeting my amazing boyfriend, Frankie). I love Gabi and am rooting for her to do well this season.
Zach is also on the other side of the list this week. However, let’s start with the heroic side of the list first! Okay, anyways, I did feel super bad for him this episode as legitly everything and anything that happened to him was totally and completely out of his control. He handled everything well, though, so kudos to him, right?
Most underrated woman of Week 5: Kaity – she was legit the only one to truly seem happy for Gabi (and ultimately help her afterwards) about her one-on-one shopping date with Zach; almost no one on any season whatsoever is as genuine and thoughtful as I’ve seen Kaity, for sure
Most overrated woman of Week 5: Greer – she got way too much air time this week – in all honesty, she must not have watched the show before because if she did, then she’d know that almost none of the 1st impression rose receivers get a one-on-one right away…legit like ever