Juan Pablo Galavis may not have had the words to propose on national TV. But on Twitter, fans of "The Bachelor" had no problem professing their true and honest opinions about the not-so-romantic finale.
According to Nielsen ratings released Monday, "The Bachelor" was TV's top-tweeted show of the week with more than 742,000 tweets sent out on finale night.
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Whether it was Galavis's lack of romance or his inability to answer Chris Harrison's questions during the "After the Final Rose" interview, fans had many reasons to tweet their dismay for the no-longer eligible bachelor.
Please slap Juan Pablo, Chris Harrison. PLEEEEEEEASE. #TheBachelor— Bachelor Burn Book (@bachelorburnbk) March 11, 2014
Nikki doesn't know if Juan Pablo loves her. But they are very happy! You know who's not very happy? ALL OF AMERICA. #TheBachelor— Jennifer Weiner (@jenniferweiner) March 11, 2014
Plot Twist: Juan Pablo doesn't pick either women, marries himself instead and forever reassures himself "ees okay." #TheBachelor— Kat Flandermeyer (@KatFlander) March 11, 2014
It wasn't the "I like you a lot" that was like the tooliest thing. IT WAS THE WINK. #TheBachelor— Linda Holmes (@nprmonkeysee) March 11, 2014
Almost a week later, die-hard fans are still so upset with Galavis! Thank goodness "Dancing With the Stars" premieres Monday night instead.
All of the passionate "Bachelor" viewers helped push "The Walking Dead" down a spot to second place for the first time in several weeks.
The AMC drama received more than 655,000 tweets about Carol's surprising actions. Not only did she kill Lizzie, but she also confessed to Tyreese that she murdered Karen.
"Pretty Little Liars," "Teen Wolf," and "The Voice" rounded out the top five tweeted shows of the week.