"The Bachelorette: Men Tell All" special finally airs Monday night, and fans will once and for all have the answers to some of this season's most burning questions.
We hope, at least.
Between Rachel Lindsay's drama with DeMario Jackson, her decision to let Dean Unglert go after meeting his family, and Lee Garrett's questionable tweets, we've got three big questions we need answered tonight when the Bachelorette comes face-to-face with all of the men she parted ways with this season.
One interesting note from the special came from host Chris Harrison, who told ET that though he expected Jackson to apologize on the special, the contestant was on the defensive the whole time.
"I really thought he would come in and be very contrite, apologetic, maybe even a little quiet. He was anything but," Harisson said. "Was that a good decision? No, it was not a good decision, and I don't love revisionist history."
"I don't like when people come back on the show and kind of make up how things went and so I didn't love it, but that's DeMario. It's hard to dislike the guy though. He's such a character. God bless him," Harrison added. "Just bad choices tonight. He cussed a lot and maybe that's his defense mechanism, I don't know. I didn't see him going that direction. I was very surprised."
It's also rumored that there will be zero talk about the "Bachelor in Paradise" incident involving Jackson. Though he is confirmed to be appearing on the reunion special for "BiP" when it airs after the upcoming season.
Contestant Lee Garrett came under fire after someone on Twitter resurrected a few of his old tweets that are full of racially charged insults, and it's almost certain that Lindsay will confront him on the special tonight.
Linday's entire season has had an underlying message of race, being that she is the first ever African-American to lead the series.
Lee also got into it this season with Kenny King, another contestant on the show, who told ET he's hoping Garrett owns up to his mistake when the conversation arises during the "Men Tell All" interview.
"What I would like to see Lee do is just take responsibility for whatever happened in the past," King said. "Everybody makes mistakes. Everybody can claim ignorance on a subject or what not, and just take steps towards being a better person."
Will the Bachelorette tell Dean the real reason she sent him packing?
During hometown dates, front runner Dean Unglert introduced Lindsay to his unconventional family, whom he hadn't seen in over two years himself.
Though Lindsay claims his family was not the reason she decided to send him home that week, many fans are certain she was effected by the roller coaster relationship between Dean and his family.
"It wasn't your family," Lindsay tells Unglert in a clip from the special. "It was just what I was going through personally, and based on that were the reasons decided to send Dean home."
"I'm kind of still at a loss for words right now," Unglert replies. "I'm still confused about why you told me why you were falling in love with me and then I got the boot four days later."
Linday also revealed during the special that she loved Unglert.
"I meant it," says Lindsay. "It's just that you had so many emotions that were new to you, and I feel like some of your feelings of love were wrapped up in that. I don't think I was taken over by emotions, in the moment, I did love you."