After all, the franchise debuted in 2002, a simpler time when Bachelor Nation didn't live-tweet its every thought about one-on-one dates and rose ceremonies.
We're in a different era now. Scrolling through snarky comments made on Twitter, in particular, makes the whole viewing experience more fun, and Monday night's episode of The Bachelorette, which took place in Buenes Aires, was no exception.
Here's a summary of what went down, in five tweets.
There is way too much *thinking* about kissing and far too little *actual* kissing. #TheBAchelorette
— Dana Weiss (@Possessionista) June 28, 2016
"He's Jordan Rodgers. Whatever that means." "What does that mean?" asks Jojo, speaking for all of us. #TheBachelorette
— Jennifer Weiner (@jenniferweiner) June 28, 2016
Luke and I have a very physical relationship because he can't really speak. #TheBachelorette
— Jenny Mollen (@jennyandteets) June 28, 2016
Don't Cry for me Argentina is playing as Derek cries and I don't think I've ever loved a moment on the bachelorette so much
— Gail (@gpod18) June 28, 2016
Giving an extra rose is such a cop out. I expected better JoJo. #TheBachelorette
— Ashley S. (@AshleySpivey) June 28, 2016