The Bachelorette's Jamie Doran: "They're all going to pay"
This guy's not happy... and he's vowed revenge
We're calling it: this has got to be the most explosive season of The Bachelorette ever!
WATCH: Can you believe it all started so innocently?
Since he first stepped foot on the red carpet, Jamie Doran has been labelled a stage-five clinger, creepy, intense... and after the other boys in the mansion let word get back to Angie that she should 'steer clear' of the firefighter, Jamie was – understandably – a bit upset.
To put it lightly. Like, really lightly.
After Ciarran Stott quite happily told Jamie what had been said about him, all hell broke loose.
"You're so overly nice thatit can be too much for some girls," funnyman Ciarran said.
"Angie told me she doesn'twant a guy that's needy,and I went, 'I just feellike Jamie would be the guy.'"
Naturally, Jamie grabbed Ange for a chat the second she walked into the cocktail party, but it didn't go as planned, as he explained to the blonde beauty that the boys said he was someone to avoid because he's a stage-five clinger.
Yes, he said it about himself.
"They feel thatI'm too needy for you,like a stage-five clinger," he explained.
Hot tip for next time: not what a girl wants to hear.
"The boys are destroying everything.It just sucks," said Jamie, almost in tears, as he spoke to cameras after his awkward chat with Ange.
"I'm here to fall in love,I'm here to, like,nurture a relationship.I'm here to see if, like,the universe put us here together.I am the right guy for Angie."
But it looks like the events of the night have finally broken his happy-go-lucky exterior, as the usually placid 39-year-old made it clear he is now out for blood.
"I'm not gonna be a suckerfor this bro code anymore.No-one's safe.They're all gonna pay the price," he said, plotting his revenge.
"These guys, they're gonna wishI went last week after this chat," he's heard telling Angie in the teaser for the next ep.
The way the night finished up was a harsh twist for Jamie, who was convinced he'd made a great impression on Angie's mum Kate during the group date earlier in the day.
"Today, I made a really goodimpression on both Angie's mumand her dad, and I'm sure it'llbe me getting the first rose again," he told cameras after their one-on-one chat.
"Angie's mum saw how genuine I am and that's exactly what Angie's gonna want to hear."
But it was Carlin Steritt and Ciarran who hit it out of the park with Angie's dad in particular.
"If we're looking at the Angie settle down and, um, want to have kids type, I'd go for Carlin. He seems like the right sort of guy," dad Mark told his little girl after spending time with the boys.
"But if you're gonna still be travelling and want to have fun, not have kids probably till you're 40, then old mate Ciarran is probably the one."
Ciarran surprised everyone earlier in the evening when he put his usual jokester personality to one side and opened up with Angie, talking to her about his troubled childhood.
"[I had a] bit of a wonky childhood until I came to Australia. Like, we had no money,it was nothing.It was community housingsort of stuff," he explained.
"It was pretty rough.You know, there'd be, like,the wrong kind of guyswould always be aroundin my mum's life.The way things went,I went to abouteight or nine differentprimary schools."
He was stuck in a cycle of moving house constantly, changing schools and being forced to make friends quickly, before having to leave them again, he revealed.
"My mum moved aboutthat much... New school, make friends,couple months later,new school, make friends.So, it waspretty awful. Pretty crap. It's hard totalk about ina situation like this."