Ed repeated how Chasen Nick made "idiotic comments" constantly throughout the season and used the same verbiage and descriptions to describe two completely different women -- Clare and Tayshia.
Ed said Chasen was looking for more social-media "likes" and instant gratification rather than a woman to fall in love with, and he called Chasen "fake" and "dumb" as well as "a fraud and a phony."
Ed explained how Chasen claimed to have "the most magical connection" with both Clare and Tayshia, but Demar acknowledged that's possible and it wasn't right for Ed to try to tell another man how he felt or did not feel.
Demar told Ed that he seemed to talk more about the other guys than about his connections with Clare or Tayshia.
"That's not right," Demar noted.
Bennett explained Ed was just frustrated because the other men were very focused on their relationship.
Noah and Bennett face off and rehash the drama
Noah said he thought Bennett was intimidated by him and Bennett has this "prestige" in which he seemed to think Tayshia wouldn't like anyone different from himself.
"I had feelings for Tayshia, and I didn't want her to end up with somebody who would treat her like that," Noah explained.
Bennett insisted he never had "beef" with Noah and he "created this drama every step of the way."
Noah called Bennett "meticulous" in the way he says things, adding, "He's very intentional with his words and he's conniving with how he does it."
Noah apparently did not think Bennett gave him a book on emotional intelligence with good intentions. He thought Bennett's gesture was a conniving one.
Noah said he read the book and it's a shame Bennett had read it four times and barely applied any of it to his life.
"I was being a nice guy because you are actually deficient in four of the four areas [in regards to emotional intelligence," Bennett said.
"I had witnessed behaviors that Tayshia had not been privy to within the first 24 hours of you being there, and clearly you were there to create drama. And clearly you did a good job."
Demar said it was disrespectful for Bennett to tell Noah that he had a "zero percent chance" of ending up with Tayshia.
Kenny called Noah out for getting drunk one night and still receiving a rose, but then Noah yelled, "Coming from the One Direction partyboy manager wearing camo with star tattoos! Talk about a drunk assh-le!"
Kenny insisted Noah was the partyboy who started "so much sh-t."
"You went and cried to Tayshia one night and she shut down the Rose Ceremony because you were being a little b-tch!" Kenny yelled.
Noah said he tried to give Bennett the benefit of the doubt because Bennett didn't seem to understand how he talked to other people in a condescending manner. Jason, however, told Bennett that he was nothing but respectful to him.
Blake agreed with Noah that Bennett had the tendency to be condescending towards others although Bennett had personally treated him with respect. Bennett asked for a specific example, and Blake couldn't provide one.
Demar then chimed in and said Bennett talked down to the younger guys in the house in a general sense.
The segment concluded with Bennett apologizing to Noah for coming across as condescending.
"I'll accept any genuine apology. I can't tell if that was genuine or not, but I personally think you're an ostentatious, Harvard d-bag and you're a condescending prick. I really do. I don't see us being friends after this," Noah announced.
"That's fine, man," Bennett replied.
Yosef stands by his words and actions in heated Clare confrontation
As fans recall, Yosef called Clare "classless" because she had required a group of men to strip on a dodgeball date. Yosef said he was "appalled" by the "humiliating and degrading" date she had planned.
Yosef told Clare at the time, "I expected a lot more from the oldest Bachelorette that's ever been. I'm ashamed to be associated with you. I can't believe I sacrificed so much to be here."
Clare tried to say her intentions were pure, but then Yosef interrupted her and said he wasn't finished talking yet. The pair then shouted back and forth about who should be able to talk first. Clare then kicked Yosef off the show.
"Believe it, you're not fit to be a mother of my child. I expected more from the oldest Bachelorette in history," Yosef yelled at Clare on his way out of The Bachelorette resort.
Chris pointed out Yosef hadn't even been invited on the dodgeball group date, but Yosef said red flags popped up on the very first group date and he simply didn't agree with the strip-dodgeball group date.
"But it was more than that. It was the actual fact there was humiliation for the losing team," Yosef said, adding that he just spoke his mind and was honest and "raw."
"I don't regret sticking up for these guys."
Kenny, Demar and Blake said they had no problem with the date and didn't appreciate Yosef speaking on their behalf. Kenny said Yosef made them look bad because they had participated in the supposed "humiliating" date willingly.
Jason yelled at Yosef for disrespecting Clare by trying to control their final conversation and not letting Clare speak her piece.
Chris asked Yosef whether he had any regrets about how he had handled the situation with Clare.
"Do you stand by what you said? Do you stand by all of your actions? Do you have any regrets?" Chris asked.
"No, I have no regrets," Yosef replied. "The thing is, everything I said was factually accurate. I don't think I said anything inflammatory to warrant that response, like, 'You're not fit to be the father of my children.'"
"You came at her! You called her classless. You were out of line. You are a terrible person. Ladies, watch out for this man," Riley said.
Bennett said he was shocked Yosef had no regret or remorse and that Yosef was owning his behavior and the way in which he had gone about it.
"I have my own opinion and I'm going to stand by that," Yosef said.
"I've seen a lot of crazy stuff in 20 years, but that was really not a good look," Chris said.
"The way it escalated, the way you spoke. What I would love is if you could just see that and just be like, 'You know what? I do see that. And Clare, for that I'm sorry.'"
Yosef replied, "I'm not going to apologize to Clare. And with all due respect, I really don't care what any of these guys think about me. I'm going to stay true to myself."
Chris said he had tried to help, and he could only thank Yosef for appearing on the show.
Tayshia faces a room full of her jilted ex-boyfriends
Tayshia admitted she was shaking and "a little nervous." However, she noted it was good to see all of the guys she had dated on The Bachelorette.
Tayshia confirmed her The Bachelorette stint was not a setup and she had no time for preparation.
Tayshia said she was in bed, eating donuts and reading a book when she received the phone call to star on The Bachelorette.
"From that point on, it was about 48 hours until I rolled onto the property [in Palm Springs]," Tayshia recalled, adding that her position as the Bachelorette was not guaranteed because it was still unclear how Clare and Dale Moss' love story was going to unfold.
Tayshia called Noah "trouble" but said he brought an "amazing energy" to the show. Noah shared one of his regrets from the show was getting "caught up in a mess" with Bennett, but he said he had a blast with Tayshia.
Bennett noted his elimination was "really, really tough," one of the hardest things he's ever been through.
"I spent the next 36 to 48 hours kind of crying back and forth. So I went [to see Tayshia] and I was very insecure and super nervous, but I at least wanted to tell you how I felt," Bennett shared.
On his second elimination, Bennett repeated how it was "really, really tough."
"I'm a big boy. Maybe you just weren't that into me," Bennett said. "I'm curious."
Tayshia explained she was caught off-guard by Bennett pouring his heart out to her and it was a lot at that time to take in. Tayshia said other relationships had simply formed and were a little bit stronger at the time.
Tayshia said she cried after Blake's elimination because it suddenly hit her that she had "sent an amazing man home." Tayshia confirmed she had sincere feelings for Blake but she just wasn't sure they could "get there in the end."
Blake asked Tayshia if things might've been different between them had they been granted more time to spend together and get to know each other more.
Tayshia told Blake there were other factors and things that played into her decision.
For example, Tayshia said she subconsciously might have put up walls around Blake because he said on her first night of filming that he was still trying to work through his feelings for Clare. Tayshia admitted she was trying to protect her heart.
Riley breaks down when talking to Tayshia about his broken heart
Riley said he tried his best to get the breakup out of his mind but rewatching the footage brought everything back.
"I feel like I did myself a disservice by waiting so long to tell you exactly who I was," Riley shared, on the verge of tears. "I'm sorry, this is still more difficult that I thought [it would be]."
Tayshia hugged Riley and consoled him.
Riley confessed he had fallen really hard for Tayshia and barely even moved when he returned home from filming for about a week.
"I felt too bad. I mean, I don't open up to people that often and tell them about myself. But you allowed me to be vulnerable and overcome my fears," Riley shared.
"You were there for me," he added. "I just wish I could have told you sooner, and I appreciate everything that you did for me. I would not change this experience for anything in the world. You are amazing!"
Riley called Tayshia "outstanding" and thanked her for everything, and Tayshia reiterated how Riley is an "incredible" man.
Tayshia asked Riley never to hold back again, and she confirmed that his story about his past was not the reason for her decision to let him go.
"Thank God," Riley responded. "You telling me that means so much. It's a weight off my chest. It's something I've been thinking about since that day, like, 'Man, did I just scare her off?! Was I too emotional?' You telling me that, it really means the world."
Tayshia told Riley that he is going to make an amazing husband and father and that he made her experience ten times better.
Tayshia ultimately said she's so glad to have taken a leap of faith by starring on The Bachelorette and she doesn't regret a single thing from her experience on the show.