5 Times Season 22 of 'The Bachelor' Was Already Too Extra

You guys, season 22 of The Bachelor has been no joke. In just two episodes we've already seen two one-on-ones, met Arie's parents, viewed a plethora of baby photos, and even watched a girl get hysterical on national television because a demolition derby group date triggered her to a traumatic childhood bumper car experience. More of this, please and thank you. 

Though Arie Luyendyk Jr. and his 29 women have been entertaining AF, even the most extreme messes among us have to admit that some of the moments from tonight's episode were too unbelievable. Get ready to feel some scorching secondhand embarrassment, and let's recap the situations that had us choking. 

1. The fact that Arie gifted Becca with a full set of Neil Lane jewelry on their first date

He even put the earrings IN HER EARS for her. And let Rachel Zoe style her. Like, just propose to the girl already.  

2. When Arie took Krystal to meet his entire family

I would have tapped out so fast. 

3. Annaliese trying to play off that she has bumper car trauma, & that's why she can't even on this date right now

This girl literally was bawling as she recounted a childhood bumper car story that left her scarred for life––except that nothing bad happened to her. She felt trauma just because. 

4. The multiple makeout sessions between Bekah and Arie that had us dry heaving

Bekah is 22 and Arie is 36, so basically their hot and heavy kissing is making everyone uncomfy. 

5. Bibiana & Krystal giving us mid-season drama, but on week two

"When you learn to speak to me like a normal human being and not a fake tone, I can actually respect you and listen to you," Bibiana spits at Krystal as I inhale sharply.  

Well, that's two weeks down, but there many more evenings of pillow lips and unearthed childhood trauma to come. Follow our Bachelor updates here, and we'll see you next week. 

Header image: Arie Luyendyk / Instagram

Gina is the Associate Editor of Her Campus. She graduated from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in 2017, where she studied English and Theater. As an undergrad with Her Campus, Gina was a national contributing writer, first ever national viral editor, editorial intern, and editor-in-chief of her chapter at Cal Poly. In her spare time, Gina enjoys cuddling her friends and family, petting other peoples' dogs, and eating donuts. Follow her on Instagram and Twitter @ginasescandon.

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