The Bachelorette: Men Tell All episode aired Monday night, but it started off a little different than usual.
Last week on the show, Hannah Brown finally broke up with Luke Parker. However, even though Hannah sent him home, Luke decided his time wasn't over yet. "Hannah thought after sending me in the van, that there's no way I'd wanna be with her anymore after the last thing she told me and, she's sadly mistaken," Luke said into the video that was likely filmed with his own phone. He continued, saying, "She doesn't realize that I still love her and that I'm not through. This isn't over for me yet. I couldn't leave and go home without talking to her again, and sharing my heart with her, and getting a few things off my chest. And I know she's never told me that she loves me, but I know she loves me. And I know, without a shadow of a doubt, she still has feelings for me. And I believe she's making a big mistake. And I'm going to tell her that." So, with an engagement ring in hand, Luke crashed Hannah's rose ceremony in Greece.
Hannah's other three remaining men, Peter, Tyler and Jed, were unaware that Hannah had sent Luke home the night before, so none of them even flinched when Luke walked into the ceremony and fell in line. However, when Hannah walked in and saw Luke standing beside the other men, she was bewildered.
"Why are you here?" Hannah asked Luke, who insisted that he talked to her for clarity and closure. No matter how many times Hannah told Luke "no," Luke would not give up. Luke even said that he would "stand here all day until" she talked to him. Hannah was not happy and, rightfully, told Luke that "this was not about" him.
Luke's unsolicited persistence caused Hannah to hilariously pick up the rose stand and move it closer to her men and away from Luke.
While the moment was totally uncomfortable, Bachelor Nation also thought it was hilarious. In fact, one person even thought Hannah moving the rose stand trumped Colton's fence jump.
Eventually, the jaw-dropping, emotional scene ended with Luke finally getting a clue and leaving, when Hannah told him she no longer had feelings for him. And Later in the Men Tell All episode, Hannah apologized to the fans.
"Bachelor Nation, I'm sorry. I'm sorry for this whole thing with Luke and him just being on our television screens for so long, way longer than, really, any of us ever desired. It's my fault, a lot his, but I did it. I was there. I'm sorry. I'm tired of talking about him," Hannah said straight into the camera. "The Luke P. Show is canceled. We will not renew the season. Again, my apologies and God bless the United States of America. Roll tide."