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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."
The Bachelorette's Derek Peth is using his fame for good.
Since JoJo Fletcher chose to end their relationship, 29-year-old Peth has found a call in activism, supporting victims of domestic and sexual assault.
It all began when Peth received a call from his hometown friend Mark around the time he was booted off the show, informing him that Mark's sister, Brenda, had committed suicide.
Well, here's one way to keep a group date interesting.
In a sneak peek at Monday's episode of The Bachelorette, JoJo Fletcher plays a game of Truth or Dare with a few of the guys – and let's just say things get a little more risqué with Robby Hayes than they do with James Taylor.
When Hayes picks dare, Fletcher, 25, tells him he has to strip down to his underwear and run through the hallways of their hotel ... so of course, he obliges.
After JoJo Fletcher won viewers' hearts as a fan favorite on Ben Higgins' season of The Bachelor, she's now on her own journey to love on The Bachelorette. She is blogging exclusively about each and every rose ceremony for PEOPLE – check back each week and follow her on Twitter at @Joellefletcher!
Didn't I tell you it was going to be a crazy week?! Chad. Yes, Chad! So much to say. And so much still to come. We'll get there, I promise you, but let's not start there.
There's nothing more attractive than a man who stuffs his mouth with food to intimidate any other nearby men ... right?
The Bachelorette's James Taylor clearly lives by this rule, as evidenced in a sneak peek at Monday's episode.
In the clip, JoJo Fletcher professes her love for "really greasy junk food" and offers Taylor, Robby Hayes and Chase McNary a plate of chicken nuggets and French fries.
"I can stick every French fry on there – minus six – in my mouth," Taylor immediately boasts, as one does.
Sometimes it's more fun being a villain. Take it from Bentley Williams, Olivia Caridi and many more of the notorious former Bachelor and Bachelorette contestants. While they may not have ended up finding true love, they've definitely made a lasting impression on viewers – and maybe scored a spot on a spin-off show or two.