"Ay, Lucy! I had no idea Lucy was topless so much. I don't love that she's like that, but at the end of the day, she's just a happy camper. That is who she is, and she's not going to change... Please, Lucy: Keep your top on," Galavis wrote in his People blog.
Galavis' first one-on-one date of the season was with Crawley, who admitted she had shut down emotionally following the recent death of her beloved father.
"When Clare opened up about her dad, it really got to me. As a father myself, I want Camila to look to me one day like that. It seems like Clare's been struggling ever since her father's death. She even calls herself the Ice Queen. Maybe one day I will help melt that icy heart of hers. All I know for sure is that we were having a fantastic date together," Galavis explained.
"We had a blast playing around in the snow. Ice skating with Clare was great, and we went sledding a couple of times. We made a bet on the race. Whoever lost had to give the winner a massage. I won the first race, but Clare wanted a rematch. We did a double or nothing, and I won again. So I decided to get one of the massages that night and save the other one for another time... I really loved my first one-on-one date."
Galavis was also a huge fan of his second one-on-one date of the season with bachelorette Kat Hurd. Viewers apparently didn't get to see the couple enjoy some intimate time together before they danced in the crazy neon-lit streets of Salt Lake City, UT.
"Before we left for the airport, Kat and I had a small picnic and got to know each other better. I learned about her past and how she moved out to Arizona for her job. She's been really career-focused and is now ready to find someone. I really liked that about Kat," wrote the 32-year-old single dad and former pro soccer player from Miami, FL.
"Plus, she's beautiful and she likes to dance, so she was perfect for this date. Seeing Kat go with the flow on this very different date was really important for me to see. She definitely deserved that neon rose."
As far as his group date went, Galavis said being around all those dogs at the photo shoot really hit home for him because they brought back memories of his past.
"I am a dog lover and grew up with a couple of them down in Venezuela," Galavis explained.
"It's almost impossible to have dogs now because I suffered a lot with my previous ones. My last dog was a Golden Retriever, and my dad, sister and I had to go to the veterinarian to put her to sleep because of cancer. It was one of the hardest things in my life. She was a family member I had to put to sleep."
Galavis admitted he paid attention to how his bachelorettes interacted with their dogs and couldn't help reading into how that might represent their ability to nurture others.
"I also got to see who was good at taking care of their dogs. That was something I was secretly keeping my eye on. If they were good with their dog, then they would have at least a little sense of taking care of someone else," Galavis said, adding that he had the most fun with Renee Oteri and Cassandra Ferguson on the date.
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"Cassandra's dog ended up eating the whole plate of spaghetti and meatballs. It was hilarious. I'm also so proud of [Andi Dorfman] for overcoming her fear and really killing that [nearly nude] photo shoot. I knew how hard that was for her, because it was hard for me as well, but I'm glad she did it."
One thing that did not impressThe Bachelor star, however, was when a girl would drink too much. Because of Victoria Lima's wild behavior during the group date, Galavis eliminated her the very next morning once he could actually have a sober conversation with her.
"I do not like girls who get sloppy drunk. That's a big turnoff for me because I have a daughter and need Camila to always be around role models. I wanted to give Victoria the benefit of the doubt. I knew she was very nervous about everything, and I understand how tough this experience can be," Galavis wrote on his People blog.
"I didn't see all the fireworks with Victoria after that, but wow. I don't even know what to say. Just wow. I really am thankful that Renee was there to take care of Victoria and make sure she was as safe as possible. Little things like that tell me a lot about someone like Renee and make me like her even more. She is a great mom."
Amy Long and Chantel Forrest did nothing wrong in Galavis' eyes but he says he just couldn't envision them fitting into his life. Therefore, Galavis sent them home during last night's Rose Ceremony.
"Amy L. and Chantel are great women, but I just didn't see a future there with them. I know each week will get tougher and tougher for me," he added.