A lot happened on this week's episode of The Bachelorette -- Jack Stone was sent home, Bryan revealed that he's falling in love, and Peter got a new nickname after his mid-date hot tub makeout session with Rachel Lindsay (Hello, Mr. Three-and-a-Half Hours!) -- but most important was Lee and Kenny's two-on-one.
The feuders' fight came to a head on Monday's episode, after weeks of racial tension among the group. Here's what happened in quasi-legal terms, because "lawyer Rach" is back!
Will tried to take the fight to mediation, explaining to an "ignorant" Lee that "when you call [Kenny] aggressive, there is a long standing history in this country of regarding black men in America as aggressive to justify a lot of other things."
"I don't think he meant to play the race card. I think he truly was offended by that choice of word," Will told Lee, who after gleefully declaring in his confessional that he's "here to mess with everybody, and it's working," replied that he was upset about the race card being played.
A couple of days and backstabbing comments later, producers finally decided to send Kenny and Lee on a group date.
Kenny spent the day preparing by FaceTiming with his adorable daughter.
Lee, meanwhile, had a different approach.
"I'm lifting weights and reading books. I'm writing toasts. I am focused. My strategy for this date is to spark a flame. Because there's been a lot of sparks. I just want a flame," he said to the camera. "It feels good to be the one smiling when somebody's really pissed off."
Lee and Kenny's day in court finally arrived, as they headed off into Norway's wilderness with Rachel. The two continued to take minor digs at each other until Lee's alone time with the Bachelorette, when he told her that Kenny called him a b**ch and a snake (true), threatened to sh*t in his boots (true), gets "violent" with him when he drinks (what?) even tried to physically pulled him out of a van (WHAT?!?!?).