Last night on The Bachelorette, Tayshia Adams picked her final four and nine of the season's contestants returned for the Men Tell All segment of the show.

Traditionally on The Bachelorette The Men Tell All is its own episode, but in this season it was combined with Tayshia choosing her final four.

After Bennett's surprise return, he got sent home along with Blake, Riley, and Noah. Tayshia gave a rose to Ben Smith, Ivan Hall, Zac Clark and Brendan Morais, so those four will be moving on to hometowns.

At the halfway point of the episode came the Men Tell All. In this season, nine of the rejected men came back to recap their season, mostly from Tayshia's leg of the show: Bennett Jordan, Noah Erb, Blake Moynes, Riley Christian, Jason Foster, Demar Jackson, Kenny Braasch and Ed Waisbrot. There was one surprising appearance: Yosef Aborady, who left while Clare Crawley was still on the show after a dramatic screaming match.

When he was on the show, Yosef famously said that he:

expected more from the oldest Bachelorette.

During his return, the other men criticized him for his actions and words. But Yosef stood by his actions and showed no remorse.

Chris told Yosef:

I've seen a lot of crazy stuff in 20 years. But that was really not a good look. The way it escalated, the way you spoke.

At the end of it, Tayshia appeared to have her own talk with the men.

Be sure catch the second episode of the week tonight at 8 PM ET on ABC.

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