We didn’t see much of Travis the Egg Man on last night’s Bachelorette episode. Luckily, that’s what deleted scenes on the internet are for.

Check out the lengths to which Travis is going to let Emily know that he will trap her and little Ricki in an egg and sit on them be a doting, loving father. Plus, this week’s Diaries of the Departed, another dance-related deleted scene, more from the Muppet show, and Emily on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Deleted Scene: Levine’s Children’s Hospital Fundraiser. I guess this segment explaining what the Ricki Hendrick Center for Intensive Care does and the impact of the group date fundraiser had to get cut so we could make room for more of Kalon and Stevie’s feud. Priorities.

Deleted Scene: Putting the Egg to Bed. I … I don’t even know what to do with this. Except tell Emily to stop singing and RUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUN!!!

The Diaries of the Departed: Week 2. It’s time, once again, for some Bachelorette rejection poetry, courtesy of Aaron, Kyle and Joe.

What you see is what you get

I’m gonna tell you the truth

I hope she finds what she’s looking for

But, it wasn’t me

I came here to find love

Obviously that didn’t happen

I wanna be a father, I wanna have kids

We didn’t connect, simple as that

The Bachelorette Uncensored: Limbo! How low can you go? How long can you get bleeped? How strange can Stevie get?


Emily on Kimmel: Emily, Jimmy and Kathy Griffin discuss which guys Emily never would have given a chance to normally (Stevie), who she probably should have gotten rid of earlier (Travis), who she’s lucky to be without (Brad Womack) and who is angling for the next Bachelor job (???), among other pressing Bachelorette issues.

What do you think of Jimmy’s final four picks?

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