Kaley Cuoco's got some thoughts about "The Bachelorette."
The "Big Bang Theory" star went on "Lights Out with David Spade" to dish about the show's dramatic season finale that left Bachelor Nation reeling, as well as to ask host Chris Harrison an R-rated question to about what goes down behind-the-scenes.
A self-confessed "Bachelorette" fan, Cuoco started shaking when Spade brought up the finale.
"I know we said we wouldn't get political on this show, but last night our country was faced with a huge decision: Hannah choosing Jed over Tyler," he said of the episode, which aired during the first night of the second Democratic primary debate.
"Turns out the guy that brought his acoustic guitar to parties was kind of a (expletive)," he added.
According to Cuoco, Bachelorette Hannah Brown was faced with, well, an easy choice.
"Ugh, it was so hard," the 33-year-old said. "When he sang his proposal to her I just... It was brutal. It was rough. It was so obvious who the right choice was, too."
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Soon after, Harrison, the host of "The Bachelorette," came on the show to discuss the finale with them.
While Spade seemed to confuse the long-running ABC series with the new CBS dating show "Love Island," Cuoco got right down to business.
"I have a real question," Cuoco said. "What is the condom budget on the show?"
"That and the STD test, easily the biggest expense," Harrison replied, cheekily.
"I figured, I just wanted to know," Cuoco followed-up.
This season of "The Bachelorette" may be over, but good news for Bachelor Nation fans, "Bachelor in Paradise" begins Monday.
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Kaley Cuoco's take on 'The Bachelorette' finale, her R-rated question