So much I want to say but I can't seem to get a lot of clarity (see how I did that?) on how I feel about this whole season of The Bachelorette. It started out well and I thought Hannah was going to be a better 'Ette than I thought she would. Nothing but downhill from there. I do think there were some good guys among the 30 but the show became so wrapped up in Hannah's personal narrative which was, "I'm special, I'm important, I deserve to be loved, I deserve to have the best." It was an ongoing theme.
Enter Luke P. Aside from his looks, I'm guessing the initial attraction might have been the "shared faith" thing but neither one recognized they weren't talking about the same "faith." Luke seemed to be all words plus that big 'ole cross he wore around his neck. Neither of which make you a Christian. That might sound all judgy but I'm going by how he treated the guys in the house. Allowing for editing, there seemed to be universal agreement that no one could stand him. Even Jonathan said at TMTA that he was a man of faith but went off Luke P eventually. You can say it but if you don't live it, it doesn't mean much.
Hannah's "faith" seemed to be her own interpretation of Jesus and the words He used in scripture. I'm not an expert but even I know you can't pick and choose where scripture is concerned. Indeed Jesus used the "Let him that is without sin cast the first stone..." He did. What Hannah conveniently forgot to mention was that Jesus also told the adulterous woman to, "...go and sin no more."
I think this was the worst TMTA of the entire show. It was uncomfortable, skeevy and entirely too much focus was given to Luke P and then Hannah's wounded pride. Frankly, I ceased to care about either one of them. As a Christian, I found Luke to be an embarrassment throughout the series. He either hasn't a clue or is painfully immature in his faith. He came off as a stalker, a manipulator and downright creepy.
As for Hannah, she's a child.
Far less seriously, I have always been disturbed by the gorgeous Tyler's little boy pants but at that Rose Ceremony, I could clearly see his "panty line". Not a good look. Maybe he should try and size up a bit. Too many of these guys look like Wally trying to wear The Beaver's suit. (Only the old will get that reference.)