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It's that time of year: The Bachelorette is heading home.
At this point on The Bachelorette, JoJo Fletcher's tears aren't limited to sadness.
In an exclusive sneak peek at Monday's episode, when Luke Pell welcomes his leading lady to his hometown, a sunset heart-to-heart ends with the Bachelorette crying.
"I want the future, I want this future – I want us," the 31-year-old veteran tells Fletcher, 25.
Robby Hayes is in a fog over allegations that he abandoned his last relationship for fame on The Bachelorette.
In a sneak preview of Monday's episode, one of JoJo Fletcher's final four suitors is met with the unsettling news that his ex-girlfriend has taken her previous accusations to the next level and has enlisted a friend to blast him on social media and in person for lying and seeking out fame.
"We know it's not true," assures Hayes' mother, who is the unfortunate messenger during his hometown visit.
"The thing– see, I'm going to get really upset right now," he starts. "JoJo has concerns about this, and that could make her question my honest, and that's bulls---."
Another day, another epic impersonation courtesy of Kristen Wiig.
She's done Harry Styles, Peyton Manning and Game of Thrones' Khaleesi, and on Wednesday's episode of The Tonight Show, the actress took on The Bachelorette's JoJo Fletcher ... except as it turns out, she's not all that familiar with the franchise.
Chad Johnson isn't for everyone – and, it turns out, he ultimately wasn't for JoJo Fletcher.
The Bachelorette star opens up to PEOPLE in this week's issue about this season's villain and how he blew her away – and not in a good way.
"Chad Johnson was one of my top guys, but I started hearing about drama," says the Dallas-based real estate developer. "The guys assumed Chad couldn't hide that much crazy, but I really had no idea what was going on."
"When I finally saw, it blew me away," adds Fletcher, 25. "Watching Chad is like one of those things where you want to look away from something but you can't. The guys were much happier when he was gone."
It's not every day that a woman has multiple men professing their love to her – unless that woman is JoJo Fletcher.
The Bachelorette star opens up to PEOPLE in this week's issue about the pros and cons of having multiple men say those three little words to her – and it's not as simple as fans may think.
"It's so crazy," she says. "Watching it takes me back to each moment. I remember exactly how I was feeling. But the kissing makes me cringe! There are certain makeout scenes with the music and the up-close sound effects, and it's like, 'Oh man, my father is watching!' "
Well, it's no "Right Reasons," but it's ... something all right.
In a sneak peek at Monday's episode of The Bachelorette, five of the remaining guys decide to try their hand at freestyle rap while Alex Woytkiw enjoys a one-on-one with JoJo Fletcher – and it's pretty much just as hilariously bad as you might expect.
As Chase McNary beatboxes, the guys take turns spitting out lyrics: "Well, Alex was on a motorcycle ride, / It went all right, but JoJo cried / Because she wishes, she was with us / it's way more fun chilling on a bus!"
With just six guys left in the running on JoJo Fletcher's season of The Bachelorette, the stakes are higher than ever – so who's going home next?
Former Bachelor star Bob Guiney stopped by PEOPLE Now to weigh in on who he thinks will be eliminated on Monday's episode – and how the show has changed since he starred on the very first season of The Bachelorette back in 2003.
"Watching this season unfold is crazy," he said. "When I was on The Bachelorette – which I know sounds like I walked uphill both ways to school and stuff – but back in the day, we all got along. I think it was kind of interesting. We were really, genuinely buddies and the guys now have gotten a lot more catty."