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The first date of the night (mysteriously in Santa Barbara) put Nick V. On last night's episode, though, we met some special musical guests and Andi got the group down to 13 men, a relief for those of us still confusing our Craigs with our Carls.

After last week's hugely entertaining "Magic Mike" date, the Boyz II Men situation was similarly inspired. From murmuring, "Oh, shit, no," as Brian warbled helplessly to telling Andi, "Oh, she sucks," they managed to keep their dignity while participating in the no easy feat.

The guys had to split into two groups and get coached on singing "I'll Make Love to You," the most embarrassing song possible under the circumstances, and then perform that in front of an actual crowd. (Ask last season's musical guest, Soulja Boy.) Their analysis of Andi's contestant pool was grim: At most, they said, two people could carry a tune.

Their connection is light years away from anyone else's, and I'm counting the very cute Nick V. "Duly noted." The Aging Process The next solo date was with J. protested that he looked "much worse" than Andi, and he was right, but no matter. The first thing they did in their old-person garb was to walk down stairs very, very slowly. It was borderline offensive, although hard to say why, exactly.

Between legit deep-throat kissing and whispering, "I like you a lot," Josh M. J., the Pantsapreneur, who has gotten almost zero screen time. put on a bald wig and they both wore "old person" outfits. But because of the theatrics, this ended up being the perfect date for J. kept asking to "steal kisses" and Andi obliged, the sexual chemistry was not happening.

I'm assuming they are counting Bradley who, while, perhaps technically correct, sounded awful booming out lines like, "Pour the wine/light a fire."When it came time for the actual performance, the two groups, one clad in khaki blazers and red ties, the others in more Boyz-appropriate navy cardigans, tried to make up for a lack in vocal ability with on-stage antics. Meet Your Frontrunner After the group date, the next solo encounter came in the form of Josh M., the former baseball player, whose game is incredible.

After last week's hugely entertaining "Magic Mike" date, the Boyz II Men situation was similarly inspired. From murmuring, "Oh, shit, no," as Brian warbled helplessly to telling Andi, "Oh, she sucks," they managed to keep their dignity while participating in the no easy feat.The guys had to split into two groups and get coached on singing "I'll Make Love to You," the most embarrassing song possible under the circumstances, and then perform that in front of an actual crowd. (Ask last season's musical guest, Soulja Boy.) Their analysis of Andi's contestant pool was grim: At most, they said, two people could carry a tune.Their connection is light years away from anyone else's, and I'm counting the very cute Nick V. "Duly noted." The Aging Process The next solo date was with J. protested that he looked "much worse" than Andi, and he was right, but no matter. The first thing they did in their old-person garb was to walk down stairs very, very slowly. It was borderline offensive, although hard to say why, exactly.Between legit deep-throat kissing and whispering, "I like you a lot," Josh M. J., the Pantsapreneur, who has gotten almost zero screen time. put on a bald wig and they both wore "old person" outfits. But because of the theatrics, this ended up being the perfect date for J. kept asking to "steal kisses" and Andi obliged, the sexual chemistry was not happening.I'm assuming they are counting Bradley who, while, perhaps technically correct, sounded awful booming out lines like, "Pour the wine/light a fire."When it came time for the actual performance, the two groups, one clad in khaki blazers and red ties, the others in more Boyz-appropriate navy cardigans, tried to make up for a lack in vocal ability with on-stage antics. Meet Your Frontrunner After the group date, the next solo encounter came in the form of Josh M., the former baseball player, whose game is incredible.Andi might have called out his "I'm-so-nervous-around-you" line, but she also loved it.