On one hand, the 28-year-old is excited that she could finally find the right man. She had a blast on her one-on-one date with Blake (that one dude who rode in on an ox). And they even smashed up a bunch of toxic reminders of Arie Luyendyk Jr. -- a race car, TV monitors featuring his proposal, etc., -- with the help of sledgehammers and a pep talk and music from Lil Jon. Yes, that Lil Jon.
But on the other hand, it's only the second week and Kufrin is already crying about the lack of trust she has in the men vying for her heart. At the top of that list is pretty boy Colton, who revealed on Monday night's show that he once dated her friend, Tia Booth. In case the name doesn't ring a bell, Booth is the beautiful brunette from Arkansas who competed against Kufrin for Luyendyk's love earlier this year.
At first, Kufrin said she would kick off Colton because of her doubts, but for unknown motives, the PR professional chose to keep the former NFL player on the show. Maybe one of the reasons is Booth's appearance next week. Drama alert!
Speaking of drama, Lincoln is a bit of a divo. After winning us over with his cheeky British accent and buff bod, the 26-year-old account sales executive defeated a group of guys during a wedding-themed obstacle course.
Former "Bachelorette" Rachel Lindsay and fiancé Bryan Abasolo cheered as Lincoln found the oversized plastic ring hidden inside a giant wedding cake with his mouth. Points to Lindsay for her bawdy, um, joke about the importance of men using their mouths instead of their hands. This is the second week in a row Lindsay has gone blue, and we're here for all of it.
Anyway, Lincoln won the challenge and that should've been the end of it. But nope. After winning, he whisked away Kufrin during what was supposed to be a group date. Making matters worse, the banal conversation Lincoln had with Kufrin wasted everyone's time. Despite this, Kufrin gave him a framed picture of the two of them, which he promptly showed off, further angering his competitors. Lincoln's boastfulness so infuriated Connor, 25, he threw the photo off the balcony and into the pool.
Lincoln ran and tattled on Connor, and just like that, Kufrin went from sexy vixen to scornful mom. Refereeing these two grown men also made her wonder if they're actually there to compete for the sake of competing. The latter certainly seemed to be the case when Lincoln cried over losing the photo. Really, dude?
Another questionable moment came when Jordan, 26, decided to walk around in boxer briefs. He even uttered the phrase, "Tick tock, let's make it rock." This thirst for attention made Kufrin giggle but deeply annoyed David, 25, who wasted no time verbally attacking Jordan.
We get that David is a venture capitalist in real life, and Jordan is a nuisance. But considering his poultry-inspired sartorial decision last week, maybe David should chill-lax.
Being chill certainly worked for contenders Wills, Garrett and Jean Blanc. Two out of three won date roses and all of them got to kiss her. Other bachelors to watch among the 18 who remain include Jason, 29, the corporate banker from Upstate New York, and Leo, 31, the hirsute stuntman from Studio City, California.
"The Bachelorette" airs Monday nights at 8 p.m. on ABC.