'Bachelor' Colton Underwood Finally Jumps the Fence: The Internet's Best Reactions

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He did it! 

Colton Underwood finally jumped the fence on Monday's episode of The Bachelor, and it was just as glorious as we hoped it would be. There was visible anger leading up to it -- "I'm f**king done," he yelled before ripping off his mic -- Chris Harrison hilariously screaming and then slow jogging after him, and then complete and utter darkness on the other side of that gate. 

While we delighted in what was quite possibly the most dramatic moment in Bachelor history, fans were fast and hard at work sharing their reactions to Twitter. See the hilarious results for yourself:  

Underwood teased his fence jump while speaking with ET at the "Women Tell All" taping.

"I was gone for quite a bit. Chris was chasing after me trying to find me. I just needed to get away. I needed time and I think I realized I wanted to just be to myself and just sit in that moment by myself and realize what's best for me as a human being," he explained. "[I had to figure out] what do I need next." 

While Harrison was definitely alarmed by the situation, he knew it wasn't likely Underwood would get very far. 

"I told him, 'What are you, Liam Neeson? You're gonna go to the Embassy?' He said, 'Well, I grabbed my wallet.' I'm like, 'You don't have a phone, you don't have a passport, where are you going?' But he was just done, and I think that was the whole point," Harrison said. "He finally thought he figured this whole thing out and figured out that he loves Cassie and this is it, and then Cassie realized his greatest fear and crushed him."

"He just kind of broke and snapped and he was done," he added. "I don't think I realized the severity of it until I was trying to walk after him."

The Bachelor's "Women Tell All" special airs at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC. Underwood's journey will continue with a two-night finale on Monday, March 11 and Tuesday, March 12. 

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