Desiree Hartsock faced the rejected men on "The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All". Before that, the bridal stylist and host Chris Harrison crashed some viewing parties. She later met up with Ashley Hebert and Ali Fedotowsky, who gave her advice on how to handle the "bad boys."
The dumped guys were then welcomed into the studio, during which Juan Pablo got the loudest cheer. It was soon noticed that Brian wasn't among the guys, prompting Mikey to label him a "coward." Brian was ingloriously sent packing after her ex-girlfriend paid a surprise visit to the show and said it wasn't over between them.
Ben was the first to take the hot seat, being confronted about his attitude as he wasn't nice to the other guys in the mansion. "The only thing I regret about the show is some of the things I said in that limo," the single father said, referring to his exit statement in the limo that he couldn't wait to meet another girl and wanted to go to Hollywood.
They later brought up the topic of James' alleged statement that he joined the show to be the next Bachelor. James claimed it was Mikey who said, "Worse comes to worst, you'll be the next 'Bachelor'," but Mikey said he didn't remember who said it.
Mikey also defended that people needed "a plan B in life," prompting Kasey to mock him, "You're going to look at your wife on her wedding day and say, 'Hey honey if this doesn't work out, I've got this girl?' That's what you're saying!" Mikey then jumped out of the seat and spoke in Kasey's face as if he's ready to punch Kasey.
Juan Pablo interrupted Mikey and Kasey's heated argument, expressing his opinion that most girls didn't want to date James right now. The audience agreed as they shouted, "No," when Chris Harrison asked if they wanted James to be the next Bachelor.
Zak, who got the boot after the hometown dates, got a chance to hear an explanation from Desiree about his elimination. "I wasn't sure if maybe I'd be the one that you would have a hard a day and want to come home and talk to about that, because everything was constantly positive," she told him.
Being a romantic guy as he has always been on the show, Zak brought his guitar to perform a song about his heartbreak. He admitted that he's still in love with Des, saying, "It won't go away. You lose hope that it's going to happen, but it's there," but resolved to move on.