Why do women always love the one that doesn't love them back? Des has been saying for two weeks now that she is in love with Brooks, yet Brooks is the only guy who has not told her how he feels. Sure he looks like he's on the verge of tears pretty much every time he looks at her, but I don't know if he loves her or he's just terrified that he might love her and get hurt. Either way...I don't think he's really ready emotionally to get down on one knee at the end of this. On the other hand, she let Zak go and he already gave her a ring. Granted...it must have been fake, otherwise I don't think he would have thrown it out the window. But I think he was definitely ready to go all the way. He even wrote a song about it! Chris writes poetry, Zak writes songs, and Drew "boldly" professes his love for her, but she loves Brooks. The heart wants what the heart wants I guess. I honestly hope she gives Chris a chance. I think they are a good match for one another and I think he's mature enough to actually make the relationship work. I think Drew is very cute and sweet, but I get more of a puppy love vibe from him. I don't think I can see him getting along with her brother either. I'm pretty sure Brooks and Chris could hold their own with Nate...though Brooks may cry a little. All these promos for the overnight dates seem very dramatic. It leads me to believe that Brooks walks away and leaves her to contemplate between leaving or seeing if she can salvage a relationship with Chris or Drew. Either way it's sure to be another unusual ending to this season of The Bachelorette.