But also, John Paul Jones ate chicken nuggets and threw them out to the crowd, and Mike Johnson tugged at viewers' heartstrings when talking about his broken heart.
When Hannah sat in the hotseat, she was a bit overwhelmed to see her ex-boyfriends all in one room, but she had a lot to say. Hannah even apologized to America for letting Luke Parker dominate their television screens all season long.
"The Luke P. show is canceled... My apologies, and God bless the United States of America," Hannah said.
(To read our recap of what went down when Luke returned to the Rose Ceremony in Greece and opened up to Chris Harrison in a lengthy interview about his time on the show during the Tell All, click here).
Below is a list of highlights from The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All broadcast:
THE MEN PUT LUKE IN HIS PLACE
Luke said his actions in the first few weeks of The Bachelorette gave the impression he had the competition in the bag. Luke said receiving the First Impression Rose was an ego boost and he could understand why he rubbed so many guys the wrong way.
But Luke insisted any apology he said or anything he did wasn't going to fix his relationship with the other guys.
"I did and tried my best to do all of the above," Luke said.
But Mike said Luke had a clean slate and put a target on himself and went completely out of his lane. Mike said the guys often tried to forgive and forget but then Luke would continue to do "stupid crap."
"I feel Luke hasn't learned a thing whatsoever. I think you are a narcissistic, cantankerous, misogynist," Mike told Luke.
"I think your future wife is going to be a prisoner of you if you don't learn how to change. We were coming from a position of care. We were trying to say, 'Hey, there might be a few things you want to change up.' You never did, and you still show you haven't changed tonight."
Connor Saeli added that actions speak louder than words and Luke never corrected his actions.
"I wish I said this earlier to you, but just f-ck you, man. You are a liar, manipulator, you are controlling, and you are a psychopath. And I think everything you are about to hear tonight, you deserve," Connor said.
Luke insisted it hurt to watch himself over the course of the season and he did make it about him. Luke said he acted out of character and was "extremely prideful."
Luke owned up to lying to some of the men and acting "extremely immature."
Luke asked the guys to support him while he works on himself and forgive him. But Mike pointed out Luke had just said moments earlier that he wouldn't have changed any of his actions if he could go back and do it all over again.
"So why the hell would any of us forgive you?" Mike asked.
"And I was asking through conversation to make sure we were on the same page [about sex in the Fantasy Suite]... I was explaining to Hannah my initial reaction would be to want to remove myself from the relationship because that's me making a decision for myself," Luke said.
Jonathan Treece said he connected with Luke over their shared faith but Luke didn't talk or walk in a Christian manner and one shouldn't project his or her faith onto another.
Luke had the final word and said his apology was sincere and he took responsibility for his actions, so he asked the guys to forgive him. Connor said once he sees the change, he'll accept his apology.
JOHN PAUL SITS IN THE HOTSEAT
John Paul said watching himself back on the show was "a little cringe-worthy" but it was a great experience overall.
John revealed people notice him now and yell, "John Paul Jones" if he's at the gas station or in a public place.
A female fan in the audience then asked to cut a piece of hair off and John Paul obliged. Chris also gave the entire audience chicken nuggets in honor of the cast member.
MIKE TALKS ABOUT BEING DUMPED
Mike said he knew something was up during the nighttime portion of his date with Hannah and he was "taken aback" when she had decided to let him go.
It hurt Mike to know Hannah would not be the woman who would "fiercely love" him.
"I've brought one woman home in 10 years. I take this stuff incredibly serious. I felt that I could see myself getting down on one knee if it continued to progress the way it was," Mike explained.
Mike said he learned so much from growing up with all women in his life and he can't wait to apply those things to a woman he dates in the future.
Mike, however, needed closure from his relationship with Hannah given he still cares for her and thinks she's "fine as hell."
HANNAH EXPLAINS HER ATTRACTION TO LUKE
Hannah thanked the guys for sticking it out with her although she had made decisions they didn't understand or approve of.
Hannah admitted the feelings she had for Luke were real and it was the closest she had ever come to love at first sight. Hannah noted, however, those feelings stemmed from being insecure about being the Bachelorette in the first place.
Hannah was so excited about starring on the show but had this doubt about herself, wondering if the guys were going to be disappointed and she'd be able to live up to expectations and standards.
Hannah feared the guys' intentions on Night 1, but Luke apparently made her feel comfortable, safe and secure -- and so she latched on to that relationship.
"I thought, 'Okay, at least one guy is here for me,' but you can't do that in a relationship," Hannah explained.
Luke apologized to Hannah for making the process so difficult for her, and he thanked her for teaching him how to open up and self-reflect.
Hannah told Luke a lot of fruit "needs to be grown" from him. Hannah said her faith and views of God were almost "weaponized" against her and she felt "threatened" by the shared faith she had with Luke.
"The basis of what I believe is love and loving others and understanding and not shaming. His love was contingent on if I did the things that he wanted me to do as he saw a wife would do -- not an unconditional love," Hannah explained.
Hannah insisted she never planned on having sex in the Fantasy Suite -- that it just happened when it felt right -- and it was never Luke's business to ask her about it or anyone else's business to know.
LUKE CONFRONTS HANNAH
"Are you really telling me that you never said, 'Don't judge me about the Fantasy Suites, because I won't be using them for sex?'" Luke asked Hannah.
"I did not say that. Fantasy Suites aren't used for sex. You didn't have one so maybe you don't know, but Fantasy Suites aren't used for sex," Hannah replied.
Hannah said she had been blind to Luke's behavior and wished she had listened to the other guys, but at the same time, she ultimately wanted to make up her own mind and see and feel things for herself.
Hannah told Luke the way he spoke to her is not the way her husband would speak to her.
"I am so over being slut-shamed and feeling like that makes me not a woman of faith because, oh my gosh, I live my life and make mistakes and sin every single day, and so do you and you and you," Hannah pointed out, adding that is what grace is for.
Hannah said having sex in a windmill will not be her scarlet letter going forward.
Luke then left The Men Tell All, and Chris said it was because he had to catch a flight.
HANNAH GIVES CLOSURE TO THE OTHER GUYS
Hannah told Mike their goodbye was very difficult because he had supported her the entire time and they had a connection. Hannah felt she was "really losing something" by sending him home.
Hannah called Mike her "cheerleader" and said she respected him so much and would be "his fan forever."
Hannah said she was rooting for Mike to have the absolute best in life.
Garrett admitted he was "pretty upset" with Hannah for a while because she chose Luke over him. But Garrett said after watching the season back, it was clear she was "misled" -- "big time" -- and he's sorry she had to go through that.
Garrett wondered if the guys could have done anything else to warn her about Luke, but Hannah said she didn't regret anything that happened because her "toxic" relationship with Luke taught her a lot.
"Unfortunately, it's a relationship a lot of women can relate to... Maybe, just maybe, me going through that and being able to remember my worth and figure that out for myself can help somebody that's in that now and can see the signs of that," Hannah explained.
"Ultimately, that makes me realize I don't have regrets, because that's worth all of it."