In Episode 6 of her never-ending journey for love, Bachelorette Desiree Hartsock makes the boys repack their suitcases, leaving frigid Germany for balmy Barcelona. Who will feel the heat with Des and who will go through Customs a sad and sweaty mess? Unfortunately, it’ll be three amigos we’ve come to tolerate a little more than the other men-testants.

On this episode, six of the boys participate in a group date that probably took the Bachelorette production team 10 seconds to brainstorm: They play el fútbol. Thankfully, soccer doesn’t go as badly as dodgeball maybe because you’re not allowed to use your hands / break your fingers (Looking at you, Brooks).

Playing soccer in Spain sounds like the perfect opportunity for Juan Pablo Galavis to score a goal for love, but somehow this is where we say “adios” to the Latin lover we’ve always wanted. Was ditching the soccer pro in a Spanish-speaking country Des’ way of cushioning the blow? Probably not, but at least he’ll have no trouble hailing a cab to the airport.

Splitting the fare will be two other unlucky lads. First, James Case. James who, you ask? He’s the guy who looks vaguely like Gaston from Beauty and the Beast but with bigger forearms. We’re pretty sure the Disney-resemblance is how he made it so far without some sort of gimmick and/or special talent.

The third roseless wonder will be none other than Kasey Stewart. Despite our initial revulsion at his hashtagging habit, Kasey somehow won us over with his eagerness and bravery in the face of freak windstorms. #HashtagsDontDoHimJustice

Word on the street is Des loses interest in both James and Kasey after the two get in a “heated argument” involving “diarrhea of the mouth” (Reality Steve’s Pulitzer-worthy words, not ours). AfterEpisode 5’s horrific 2-on-1 date, we get why girlfriend’s down on conflict.

If there’s a silver lining — and really, how can there be now that the shining sun who is Juan Pablo has left our sky forever? — it’s that Episode 6 marks the end of mass eliminations. From here on out, we’ll be saying our goodbyes to just one man a week. Will it make the Rose Ceremony any shorter? Of course not.

Source: Reality Steve