ICYMI, the talk of Bachelor Nation this week was a spat between two suitors that went down at a Bachelor in Paradise wedding. And while that moment will undoubtedly be meme’d for all eternity, we’re currently living for Mila Kunis’ impersonation of BiP star John Paul Jones — a.k.a. the man who made the moment possible, and whom Kunis can hilariously quote verbatim.
To recap, this week’s episode of BiP saw Jones, or JPJ, confront fellow contestant Derek Peth over, well, a litany of issues. Some were easy to see coming, like the fact that the oh-so-jealous Jones had a problem with Peth trying to woo Tayshia Adams. Others were less expected, like Jones’ repeated insistence that Peth was trying to use his podcast to “hook up with women that are infatuated with public figures.” Despite Peth repeatedly trying to defend his honor, Jones bulldozed on, saying, “Name one thing I said that’s false, Derek. Don’t insult my intelligence, Derek.”
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To quote Chris Harrison, it may have been the “most dramatic moment” in Bachelor Nation history. But also, funny.
And it got even funnier when Kunis’ husband, Ashton Kutcher, shared an Instagram video of her doing her best JPJ. “What was that you said?” Kutcher asked Kunis, who struggled to gain her composure through laughter. Then, with a little encouragement from her husband, Kunis muttered JPJ’s now-infamous line: “Don’t insult my intelligence, Derek.”
To make matters even better, Peth hopped onto the comment feed to respond to Kunis’ JPJ, exclaiming, “I would never!” Another Bachelor Nation alum, Danielle Maltby, added her digital impersonation of the exchange between Jones and Peth, writing, “No no no no no no no no no I’M NOT COMING ON YOUR PODCAST.”
Aaaand we’re dead. At this point, we can probably all agree that Kunis’ video impression of Jones — and the subsequent Bachelor Nation response — is the best thing to come out of BiP so far this season, right?