In the sixth episode of ‘The Bachelorette’ season 17, Katie came up with a plan to test everyone’s patience and ability to adjust. She asked all the men to get rid of even the tiniest semblance of self-care from their lives for a week. Apart from that, the majority in the house began to question Hunter’s true intentions of joining the show. If you want to jog your memories, you might want to check out the full recap at the bottom. Now, in case you’re looking for details of ‘The Bachelorette’ season 17 episode 7, we’ve got your back!
The Bachelorette Season 17 Episode 7 Release Date
‘The Bachelorette’ season 17 episode 7 will release on July 19, 2021, at 8 pm ET on ABC. The show releases new episodes every Monday on the network.
Where to Watch The Bachelorette Season 17 Episode 7 Online?
You can watch ‘The Bachelorette’ season 17 episode 7 by tuning in to ABC at the aforementioned date and time. If you miss its original premiere, you can stream the episode later on ABC’s official website and the ABC app. Hulu subscribers can watch the show on the streaming platform here!
In addition, live-streaming options are available on DirecTV, Fubo TV, City TV, and Apple TV. Fans can also access ABC on YouTube TV, Sling TV, Spectrum on Demand, and Roku Channel. Lastly, you can rent/buy the episodes on iTunes, Vudu, Fandango Now, Google Play, and Amazon Prime Video.
The Bachelorette Season 17 Episode 7 Spoilers
In the seventh episode of ‘The Bachelorette’ season 17, Katie will round up the men for another series of dates and challenges to help her pick the best match. All eyes at the moment are on Blake, who has steadily managed to win her heart. However, who knows when the tables might just turn? As the season progresses and the number of men reduces, the competition will only get tougher!
The Bachelorette Season 17 Episode 6 Recap
In the sixth episode of ‘The Bachelorette’ season 17, the men are prohibited from doing “self-care” as a part of a challenge. Justin experienced his first one-on-one date with Katie in the form of a mock wedding photoshoot. It was beautiful, glorious, and heavenly. The next date card was for Blake, Andrew, Michael A., Greg, Aaron, Mike P., Brendan, James, Tre, and Hunter. Connor B. also received a one-on-one date opportunity with Katie.
The men would ultimately be a part of the great royal debate where they would have to prove why each one of them deserves Katie’s affection. The contestants thereafter raised their fingers at Hunter, who is actually a superfan of the show, so his enthusiasm might more or less revolve around being famous rather than his feelings for Katie. Moreover, James warned her against Hunter on their next one-on-one conversation. As a result, Katie was visibly disappointed, so she refrained from sending any roses.
The next day, Katie brought in Connor B for a double date with Kaitlyn and Jason, who quickly developed a liking for the guy. However, the episode took a shocking turn when Katie decided to send him home. Blake then tried to cheer her up before it was time for the cocktail party to begin. The excitement for another party couldn’t compensate for the sadness caused due to Connor B’s departure. So Katie canceled the party and directly invited them for the Rose ceremony.
With only six roses to give out, Katie asked Hunter to come along for a conversation where he tried his best to express his feelings for her. However, Katie is sure about wanting clarity more than anything, and his case seemed to lack that. He then returned without a rose. In the end, the roses went to Blake, Andrew, Greg, Michael A., Mike P., and Brendan. Aaron, Tre, and James were sent home, along with Hunter, who was disappointed to have had his intentions misconstrued.