"You're too good for me," he'll say, weeping.
"This just wasn't our time," he'll say, also weeping.
"I just can't stop weeping," he'll explain later. (Underwood is weepy. It's a powerful trait!)
Then, the women will pack their suitcases and return home, forced to confront a new life of Instagram influence and slippery DMs. The exits are actually, most often, the best part of the show. This is where the contestants show their true mettle. This is where the quiet contestants reveal that they are in fact quite loud. This is where girls become women. This is where the meat of The Bachelor lies.