Bachelor in Paradise host Chris Harrison is pretty much speechless when it comes to a couple major storylines from Monday night's second episode.

For starters, Harrison called Michelle Kujawa's situation with the show's crew member, Ryan Putz, completely "inexplicable."

"The number of things Mr. Putz could have done before deciding the best option was to jump off a 25-foot balcony in the dark onto wet concrete is incalculable," Harrison wrote in his Entertainment Weekly blog.

"We had a pretty clear idea about Michelle's special relationship with our audio guy after she left the show and started making odd comments to us. At that point we figured, 'She's already off the show let's just let this go and move on' -- a no harm, no foul situation. I wasn't all that pleased she decided to take up a spot that first week, but the damage was done."

Harrison explained Putz and Kujawa took their affair to "a level of crazy" he's never experienced on the show before.

"I don't say that lightly cause I've seen a boatload of crazy over the years, but this insane scenario easily takes the cake. I honestly didn't know whether to laugh, cry, or lock them both up. Obviously once Mr. Putz made the fateful, inexplicable decision to jump off the balcony and crushed both his heels, ending up in a Mexican hospital, we could no longer just let it go. The two of them made such a mess out of the situation," Harrison said.

"We didn't include it because it would have been redundant, but I did go to the villa and tell the entire cast what happened to Michelle K and our crew member. You should have seen their faces when I told them. Most thought I was joking and didn't believe me. The interesting thing... was [Ben Scott]'s reaction. As I was talking about someone being there for the wrong reasons he was squirming like crazy."

At the time, Harrison noted he had no idea why Scott seemed so "uncomfortable" during that conversation but it all made sense after later finding out the bachelor had a girlfriend back home whom he truly loved. Scott brought a letter from the girl to the island and Marcus Grodd and Marquel Martin ended up stumbling upon it.

"Who the hell brings a love letter from their girlfriend to Bachelor in Paradise when you're trying to get away with being there for the 'right' reasons? Now if what Ben says is true and he forgot he had it, then destroy the evidence and move on with your sad silly caper of hanging out in Mexico and toying with women's emotions and using a bunch of people for selfish reasons. It's sad when you can't even do that much right," Harrison wrote in his EW blog.

"I appreciated the way Marcus and Marquel confronted Ben and called him on his crap. I think the only thing that made what Ben attempted to pull off worse was how cavalier he was about the whole thing. He was so amazingly arrogant and defiant through it all that it really rubbed everybody the wrong way."

Scott chose to quit Bachelor in Paradise although it was clear his castmates basically forced him to leave. Everyone, especially Michelle Money, was disgusted with how he wasn't taking the process seriously.

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