‘Bachelorette’ Creep Bentley Williams’ Most Heinous Quotes

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Did you see "The Bachelorette" last night? It was high drama, and nobody was a bigger douche than Bentley "I'm Not Feeling It" Williams, the meanest contestant in the series' history. The 28-year-old divorced dad from Tampa talks a bunch of smack behind Ashley Hebert's back, and makes no secret that he wishes Emily Maynard was the titular bachelorette. (Single mom Maynard won the final rose over the perky dentist on Brad Womack's season of "The Bachelor." It's a sore subject for Hebert.)

Even though Wiliams wants nothing to do with her, he still wants a rose. Witness the undiagnosed sociopath's most heinous quotes:

On being a douche: "The competition makes it exciting, competing for her. That's the extent in terms of my interest. You know, I mean, she's just not my type."

On marrying Ashley: "I mean, that just sounds terrible. I would literally rather be, like, swimming in pee than trying to plan my wedding with her. Because I'm not thinking like, omigosh, this is like the girl of my dreams. I'm thinking, like, she's not my type."

On winning an "immunity" rose, Ashley's affections: "Can we just bag this and go play blackjack? ... It's almost like the game's over before we even push the start button. Like, let's not even play."

On potentially kissing Ashley: "Actions speak louder than words. Do I need to force this kiss? Do I need to ram my tongue down her throat?"

On actually kissing Ashley: "That was kind of bor -- It started out good but it sucked towards the end. But it's more of, like, an expected feeling. I'd be lying to everyone if I'm, like, 'Yeah, I'm in this 'til the end. I'm gonna ride this out for two months.' There's no way I'm going to last that long."

On his plans to leave the show on next week's episode: "I came in thinking that Ashley was not attractive at all. I'm not feeling it. ... I'm gonna make Ashley cry. I hope my hair looks OK."

As for Hebert? She's really feeling it. "If you feel something for me, please stick around. Please, please, please," the hopeless romantic begs Williams, who pretended to be insecure about the other guys stealing her attention.

Since Williams is shown in previews making an early exit, the June 6 episode should be a doozy of a heartbreaker for Hebert. Good riddance, Bentley!