JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers broke the rules as the 'Bachelorette' aired

And whether you agree with JoJo's decision to be with Jordan Rodgers or not, they're together for the long haul, but now we need to get down to specifics.

As everyone remembers, Chad was the insane individual that you didn't know what he was going to do next and was pretty much psychotic in all facets. But I knew I made a commitment to go on there and be honest with JoJo.

Robby tried to make sense of it all as he was driven away - the fact that she loved him but wouldn't marry him.

Jordan: "Right off the bat I was always myself around him".

Jordan and Aaron have a strained relationship.

The engaged couple can't be seen in public, as it would ruin the outcome of the season.

Reality TV World: JoJo told you during After the Final Rose that you two were kind of missing the best-friends element that she had with Jordan because your personalities weren't very "compatible" or something like that.

Robby walked up to JoJo full of confidence and love, but JoJo didn't even let him get through his proposal. "I have the biggest family and I know my mom already has the largest list of people to invite", she said.

"I feel like we've been in hiding", said JoJo, with Jordan adding: "It's a lot of Netflix and chill". To this, JoJo countered, "I like my bed". Aaron has been adamant that he did not think too highly of his younger brother while Jordan confessed to JoJo on the show that he and his brother were not in contact. I mean, I watch it every season, but I actually had an valid excuse this time around because of the drama surrounding the Packers quarterback.

The bachelorette felt anxious and asks, "what if I choose Robby, and this other life was a life that I was meant for".

So, by process of elimination, Jordan Rodgers was JoJo's pick, and he did agree to become her Mr. JoJo. If not, I'd definitely watch a spin-off series where Jordan has to choose a new National Football League superstar signal-caller to be his brother. But Robby would be great, I think everyone is so deserving of love.

  • Marlene Weaver