The Bachelorette : Luke, Jordan, or Robbie?

With two episode-free Mondays this season, JoJo's time as the Bachelorette has started, stopped, and dragged. I was all but chugging wine from the bottle a la JoJo's mom this Monday just to make it through another two hours of ex-professional athletes and not-the-actual James Taylor, hanging on as best I could until next week's (more exciting?) final four showdown featuring the remaining guy's families. As Dorothy once said, there's no place like Hometowns, so JoJo, for the love of your audience, click your damn heels!

While it was somewhat entertaining to hear Jordan Rodgers describe himself as a better person than his successful football-playing brother, Aaron Rodgers, simply for not being a successful football player (dude, what), I didn't give this week's ep. the full attention it deserved due to season 12 weariness, as detailed above. Luckily Grant and Lillian of The Bruchelorette are back this week to explain, in madcap Brunchelorette fashion, how JoJo went from her remaining six men to the chosen quartet.

If you're kind of over our time with America's prettiest real estate developer, like me, and are in need of some recapping help, or if you just want to relive the magic of Mendoza all over again, check out the video below.

If you're new to The Bruchelorette, catch up on JoJo's full season from the beginning with Grant and Lillian here.