Our Takeaways from Last Night’s Atlanta-Laden “The Bachelorette” Finale

Photo: ABC via Getty Images

Photo: ABC via Getty Images

Josh M. vs. Nick V a.k.a. Wisconsin vs. Georgia. By now, we all know what went down during the rose ceremony on last night’s finale of The Bachelorette. Safe to say Andi Dorfman threw us for a loop when she chose Josh, the man who once said he’d bring to a deserted island “a woman to be with and to have company, a gun to easily kill animals to eat, and a knife to carve them up.” In the same bio, he went on to say his biggest date fear is that “she won’t like me as much as I like her.” Well, Josh, worry no more. Just stooooopppppp. You did it, and we learned an awful lot along the way.

Here are our biggest takeaways.

Love conquers all, but Southern love conquers more. Andi and Josh share those Atlanta roots, and what’s more powerful than roots to a Southerner?

Speaking of Atlanta, this is the best power couple since OutKast.

We’ll tell you what’s not more powerful: kissing and telling (much less accusingON LIVE TELEVISION.

Surely it’s been said before, but the guys’ name structures throughout the show (Nick V.) vs. the bachelorette’s (Andi Dorfman) make the whole thing feel like Dating Anonymous.

It’s called the Fantasy Suite for a reason.

The happy couple most definitely will not have to invest in sunless tanning.

She said it a thousand times, and she wasn’t lying: Josh really is her type.

Your mom was wrong. The athletic guys are still cool later in life.

Has the NFL’s Aaron Murray ever been discussed more? It’s a toss-up between the NFL draft and The Bachelorette finale.

While we all love our mamas, last night reminded us that it’s best to leave them out of our romantic escapades. (Lookin’ at you, Nick.)

We wish the Atlanta couple the best of luck. And to all the haters out there:


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