As usual, we ended this week's episode of The Bachelorette covered in cookie crumbs and tears. Tears of happiness, to be precise. Why you ask? Because every minute was even more golden than Emily Maynard's hair extensions. Not only did Jef and Em make imaginary love on a library floor, Sean escaped from his cell, and Emily gave a jaw-dropping candid interview. Check out the top three OMG moments of the episode!
1. Jef Tells Emily He Wants to "Marry The F*ck Out of Her"
Move over Shakespeare, there's a new poetic genius on the block. We've never heard anything more romantic than the sentence "I wanna date you so hard and marry the f*ck out of you," and we're assuming Emily Maynard is right there with us. Why else would she roll around on the floor with the real OG Jef Holm?
You guys, their love is so pure and real, much like the organic gel that we assume Jef massages through his hair every morning. If Emily doesn't pick this dude, we might lose it. Or, we might fly to Utah and run through the streets calling Jef's name, Sean style. And speaking of Sean.....
2. Sean Escapes and Runs Around Prague In a Tizzy
As we know, Chris Harrison only lets the bachelors out of their prisons (er, hotel rooms) once a day for food and waxing, and poor Sean is getting restless. This stud's organs start to shut down if he goes more than a few hours without a spit-swap, so he was forced to make his escape and run through the streets of Prague shouting out "Emilllyyyyy."
We can only imagine what the local yokels thought, but whatever. The point is that he found Emily lurking in a dark alley and then lip-locked her like it was his job. If the pervy cameramen weren't around, we're pretty sure Sean and Em would have take their love affair to the next level.
3. The Bachelorette Goes "Docu-Style"
We were innocently (read: tearfully) watching The Bachelorette and then BOOM, Chris Harrison appeared in front of a rose bush and blew our minds with some documentary-style improvised footage, which didn't feature any ethnic music. OMG, right?
Emily gave a candid interview in which she chatted about Arie's sordid (read: brief) affair with her producer, as well as the fact that it was a "real life" problem as opposed to a "for the show" problem. Um, excuse you, Emily. Every moment of The Bachelorette is steeped in reality, from the donkey riding to the stick pulling. Next!