‘Bachelor’ Colton jumps the fence after heartbreak from frontrunner Cassie

Lawrence Kim
March 5, 2019

Colton Underwood is ready to take the next step - over the fence, that is.

Fans of The Bachelor frontrunner Cassie Randolph are well aware 26-year-old Gregg - who is known for his roles on Wizards of Waverly Place, Faking It and Runaways - is dating Cassie's younger sister, Michelle Randolph.

During their day date, Colton tells Cassie that her dad didn't give him his blessing to marry her because he felt that they were moving too fast. Colton, who will be shown enjoying his round of overnight Fantasy Suite dates on the next episode airing on Monday night, may have just dropped a huge hint about the bachelorette he chose on Season 23. She ultimately decides she needs to "send herself home".

Though Colton looks forward to a romantic evening, his plans are soon derailed when Cassie gets brutally honest about where she stands in their relationship.

"My dad actually showed up at my hotel room earlier".

Colton tried to convince her to stay - telling her how much he loves her and that he would do anything to be with her. "He never had any doubts about it". Upon returning to the cozy bungalow, Colton says he will fight for her.

"The last thing I want to do is give up". It's the moment ABC has been teasing in promos for the show since before the premiere in January, and now we finally know that a devastating breakup with Cassie is what led Colton to this shocking move.

After talking to her dad, Cassie will tell the cameras she wishes she had "more time" to figure out what she wants to do.

Chris arrived and did his best to chase after Colton, only to then watch him jump over the fence.

As tears stream down Cassie's face as she rides away in the back of a auto, an emotional Colton is seen closing the door to his suite, proclaiming, "I'm done with this".

"He just jumped the f-king fence", Chris said weirdly calmly for having just witnessed that incredible feat.

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