The date budget is back up in episode 5 (thank the Bachelor Gods of network ten) and everyone gets to party on a boat. But it doesn’t take long for Tony to make things awkward as he carries on about he wants to find a partner that he can touch and feel. It’s possibly the most cringeworthy piece of Australian TV since Sarah Marie first dropped the Bum Dance on us in season one of Big Brother. It’s that bad.
Later on, the group date requires the guys to help host a children’s party, with the most impressive scoring a home cooked ‘meal’ at the Bachelorette pad. Michael gets whisked away for some Netflix and Chill action before rubbing it in, chest first, to the other ‘bros’ back at the poorly decorated mansion for lost and lonely boys.
Then it’s everyone’s favourite rapper
Kanye Kayne, who cops no rose and must say farewell to his cucumber love. The end.