The most abominable bachelor in the history of The Bachelorette, Bentley Williams, won’t be appearing on the Men Tell All this Sunday, but there’s still plenty of drama and dirt dished on the two-hour special. Ashley Hebert’s most memorable suitors –- including Constantine Tzortzis, Ames Brown, Ryan Park, William Holman, and masked man Jeff Medolla — return to confront her and each other, while Michelle Money, the woman who warned that Bentley was a cad, is on hand to tell all.
The action heats up when William is questioned about the moment he convinced Ashley to send Ben C. packing, claiming he was looking forward to Internet dating when he got home. Not surprisingly, it leads to a face-off between the two men. Things only get worse for William, when he’s forced to watch a clip of his scathing comedy roast of Ashley.
Perennially smiley Ryan P. takes the hot seat to talk about his contentious relationship with the other bachelors. Then, he struggles to watch his emotional exit from the show, revealing that this journey changed him for the better.
Ames, the intellectual bachelor who fell hard for Ashley, explains why he took things slowly with The Bachelorette. He also looks back at his Muay Thai boxing date, which sent him to the hospital.
Of course, the episode wouldn’t be complete without an assessment of bad boy Bentley. All the guys weigh in on his shocking behavior and treatment of Ashley. And host Chris Harrison talks to Michelle about the text message she sent Ashley to stay away from Bentley, after learning the show was just a game to him.
When Ashley finally takes the stage, she admits how difficult the show was for her and looks back on the good and bad times. Then, former stars of the Bachelor franchise, Ali Fedotowsky, DeAnna Pappas and Jason Mesnick share their thoughts on Ashley’s tumultuous season.
Viewers will also see clips of some unseen moments from The Bachelorette season, a special preview of Season Two of Bachelor Pad, and a sneak peek at the finale, where Ashley finally chooses between Ben Flajnik and J.P. Rosenbaum.
The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All airs Sunday, July 31, at 9 p.m. on ABC. The Bachelorette finale airs Monday, August 1, at 8 p.m., followed by After the Final Rose at 10 p.m. on ABC.