Oh. em. gee. did you JUST see that?
In by far the most DRAMATIC hometown visit yet, The Bachelor's Helena Sauzier walked out on Matt Agnew during a family dinner - only to change her mind five times about leaving the show before showing up at the rose ceremony.
But in a preview for next Wednesday's episode, it seems there's still some trouble in paradise, with the tension between the pair at an all-time high.
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In the package, we see Matt and Helena having a d'n'm on their final single date.
"I'm really glad that I'm still here," Helena tells Matt, before saying she really hopes they can "move past" the events of the hometown visit.
While at first we are led to believe that things might be OK, Matt is then interviewed by the producers.
"This is not a good way to start a relationship and it's certainly not a good way for a successful relationship to start," he says. And ooft.
So, after tonight's dramatic events and then what seems to be an awkward date next week, does this mean that after ALL that, Matt sends Helena home anyway?
We are certainly convinced...
Firstly, during Matt's visit with Helena's family, a conversation came up about when the couple first met.
Helena made a quip about speaking French during their first meeting on the red carpet to which Matt responded: "You didn't speak French did you?"
Yes, Matt. She did. There was an entire promo on it and in fact, you tried to speak it too. And it was mal (bad).
Of course, Helena took this to mean that Matt wasn't really into her - which, she kinda has a point, because if he was really into her, he'd remember something like this.
"If you like someone, you remember that, regardless of all the noise of 28 girls," Helena told her family.
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Not able to let this big old "red flag" go, Helena's doubts crept in and instead of hearing that Matt was there for her, she heard: "I'm not special" and that she didn't "stand out".
"I know this has been an amazing experience, but I can't do this," she said choking back on her tears. "If I'm just nothing..."
While her family try to convince her that she just has her "guard up", Helena's not convinced - and neither are we.
Matt then spins some massive "bullsh--t" which Helena is having precisely none of.
"For me, the important part was that there was a spark for me and I really like what that's spark has turned into," he tells her, before later saying that "he's not here to waste anyone's time".
"I think I know when someone's into me and I just, I don't," Helena tells him, "to me, I can tell just tell you're not in this" and gurl - if your gut is telling you something is not right, it probably isn't...
Trying to convince us, Helena and probably himself, Matt fights for her to stay but the 25-year-old is not buying it.
"I think, yeh, I think... umm... I think... no. I don't see it moving forward," she says. "I really don't."
The drama continues as Helena decides to end it yet again and just when we think it's all over... Helena makes a surprise appearance at the cocktail party.
But do you know what? Based on all of this AND next week's intriguing promo - there is no way this drama can compete with Chelsie "falling in love" with Matt and Abbie dry humping "her man" on the sand.
So, it looks like it was all for nothing.
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