We have officially reached Peak Paradise when most of the singles have decoupled and all newcomers will certainly bring some drama to the existing couples.
On Tuesday night Bachelor in Paradise the women begin with the roses, but with Jubilee Sharpe bows to Venmo John Graham decided that they are better than friends, leaving a surplus of four guys in the cocktail party go.
But there's one man everyone wants to leave: Leo Dottavio, who has a date with Kendall Long, then kissed Chelsea Roy and got angry when Long heard about the smooch.
"Leo is a play of-" says Joe Amabile
Amabile, 32, interrupts a conversation between Long, 26, and Dottavio, in which the stuntman tells the groomer that he does not understand how she is still single is, but also feels she lied to him somehow.
"Thanks for the Savi" Lang says to Amabile.
Testing the Water
After a romantic evening with Benoit Beausejour-Savard, Jenna Cooper finally resolves her relationship with her first Paradise flame, Jordan Kimball. Beausejour-Savard feels quite upset and wants Cooper to take her decision instead of calling it "the right decision for both of us".
"How do you know what's best for me?" He asks. "That does not make any sense at all, I do not get it, and you make it really complicated now."
Cooper leaves the conversation weeping and Kimball, 26, comforts her. The 29-year-old claims the French Canadian, 31
"I did not hear any shouting," says Adams, 34, to Kimball. "He did not yell at her."
Frozen with Kimball's and Cooper's relationship, Beausejour-Savard becomes one of the men fighting for Roy's heart, as she is the only woman left without a suitor. He was joined by Connor Obrochta, David Ravitz and Graham. But first Graham tries his chances with Long and the two kiss during a conversation on a couch.
Immediately tells Long Amabile of the smooch.
"The real reason I want to distract myself with curiosity is because I & # 39; fall for you," she says, justifying her actions.
They decide to be officially in a relationship, and the grocery store owner tells the cameras, "I hope boys stop kissing my girlfriend, that would be nice."
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An Explosive Cocktail Party
When attendees gather around, waiting for Chris Harrison before the cocktail party, Dottavio – whose employer Universal Studios – decides against the allegations of sexual harassment made against him at the beginning of the month, a toast to the group.
"Instead of cliché, I want to get a little bit real," he says before addressing Long. "It was a shame to find out that you were so full."
"Good luck with the grocer over there," explains Dottavio, 28, before he leaves.
Amabile urges Dottavio to "say it to my face," and then the two do just that and kick their faces. Dottavio throws his drink at the Chicago, and crew and castmates alike jump in to end the fight.
"Go back to the jungle, Leo," says Astrid Loch. "Nobody wants you here."
Dottavio is gone before the roses are distributed, and then attention turns to who Roy, 29, gets one. "I kissed everyone here," she jokes.  Roy finally chooses Graham and sends Beausejour-Savard, Obrochta and Ravitz home. Beausejour-Savard takes the cut especially hard.
"Being rejected twice in four days … there is probably something wrong," he cries in front of the cameras.
Moving with the cheese
Of course the tears do not end there. After a lavish night in a suite with a tub full of champagne bottles, a gold toilet and a huge sundae coming in via room service, Eric Bigger and Angela Amezcua decide to "pocket" each other  "In life you have to Move with the cheese, "explains Bigger, 30." If you do not move with the cheese, you'll never have cheese. "
The pair reaffirm their commitment to each other during the Rose Ceremony, and Bigger even goes so far as to confirm that he does not want to make any arrangements with anyone who will be arriving in Playa Escondida.
But that changes the next day, when Cassandra Ferguson from the season of Juan Pablo Galavis The Bachelor goes down in the sand with a Date Card. She talks to Kamil Nicalek and Bigger, who say Ferguson is "I'm open" for an appointment.
So of course she asks him, and Bigger has to explain to Amezcua that his decision has changed overnight. "Today, when I woke up, I felt different in many ways," he explains to the model. "I come to you to let you know that I told her that I would go out that day."
When Amezcua understandably becomes angry, Bigger offers a misguided sentiment that probably explains why he is still single. "That's what relationships are about," says Bigger. "To have a challenge, to have adversity."
"You do what you want," replies Amezcua, 28. "That's fine."
As anyone who has ever spoken to a girl knows, "That's okay" never means "that's okay," and Amezcua runs away crying "pissed off" while the other women question her relationships.  "Everyone feels shaken," says Krystal Nielson. "No one is on stable ground, strong connections obviously dissolve here."
Cooper puts it more clearly, "They can not come to Paradise and expect the men to be better, they're men .
Bachelor in Paradise airs on ABC on Mondays and Tuesdays (8pm ET).