Of course, it didn’t end there. Rachel still had to face Clayton one-one-one.
Rachel was visibly emotional, but she assured Clayton he wasn’t the catalyst.
“None of these emotions are for you or about you,” she said. “It has nothing to do with any lingering feelings, because I become collateral damage in your in your journey for love. That was the most completely selfish journey.”
Clayton gave another run-of-the-mill apology that, at this point, we’ve heard a hundred times. He expressed sympathy and regret, but failed to show any emotion.
“I just don’t believe you,” Rachel said bluntly. “The fact that this is the first time I’m hearing any sort of apology on camera? We watched what you said these last two episodes. You told us you wanted to give us transparency. But you left out the most important things. You left out the part that you already knew who the one was who you loved the most.”
Rachel is referring, of course, to Susie.
In fact, Rachel went so far as to question if Clayton was ever really in love with her at all.
“You told me that I was the first person that you said ‘I love you’ to in six years,” she argued. “I had no reason to ever doubt you. So, did you tell me that you were in love with me because you wanted to sleep with me?”
You probably heard us gasp from here.