This week, ABC decided that the world needed not one, but two all-new episodes of The Bachelorette. Monday night continued to focus on the "super douche" sides of Chad Johnson -- aka this season's violent, workout-loving villain -- so we weren't too shocked to see that JoJo Fletcher (or should we say, the ABC producers?) decided to give the hot-head another chance, and another rose, in tonight's two-hour episode.
After the rose ceremony, JoJo and her remaining men said goodbye to the Bachelorette mansion and hello to a change of scenery with destination dates in Pennsylvania -- including a testosterone-packed two-on-one!
While most of the guys spent their time on a football-themed group date, Luke had some one-on-one time with JoJo in a hotub in the middle of a forest because apparently that's a normal thing that couples do. But the real highlight of the night was the long-awaited faceoff between Chad and Alex on JoJo's first two-on-one date.
The rules of this beloved Bachelorette staple are simple: two men enter the date, but only one survives – and typically, and the loser is left stranded in a remote location while the cameras focus on the reject looking sad and/or pissed.
According to Chad, Alex is a "whiney little bitch" and the official spokesman for the "Chad's a douche" movement on the show, so we knew that this date was going to be epic. JoJo, who honestly looked bored out of her mind, led her men on a hike through the woods.
During their alone time, Alex immediately tattled that Chad was still threatening "beat the asses" of the other men, so JoJo decided enough was enough.
"I don't want somebody who threatens other people, and can't get along with other people, and thinks that physical violence is the way to solve things," she snapped at Chad. "So with that said, Alex will you accept this rose?"
As JoJo and Alex went off to enjoy the rest of their romantic fireside date, the Bachelorette cameras showed Chad creepily whistling while walking through the woods like something out of The Blair Witch Project.
At first, viewers were led to believe that Chad was headed to crash Alex and JoJo's date, but instead he showed up back at the house and nearly scared the crap out of the other men by peering in through a glass door.
"It's not a wise decision to poke the Chad-bear," Chad had said earlier in the episode. Unfortunately -- in true Bachelorette fashion -- we'll have to wait until the next episode to find out which man "the Chad-bear" will attack.
The Bachelorette airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.