Jordan Rodgers, 27, who's now on ABC's "The Bachelorette" and is one of the four remaining contestants competing for JoJo Fletcher's heart, opened up in Monday's episode about his (non) relationship with his older brother - and, in the process, opened up a whole big can of family-drama worms going into next week's edition, which is a visit to each suitor's hometown.
Watch more of the drama involving Jordan and Aaron Rodgers when "The Bachelorette" episode 8 airs on ABC Monday, July 18 at 8 p.m. EDT. What really baffled her, though, is when Jordan admitted he hadn't even told his bro that he was going on the reality show!
As the couple discussed their upcoming home town date week, Jordan listed off the members of his family that JoJo would meet during the visit, including his parents Ed and Darla, and his oldest brother Luke.
Next up, JoJo gets to go on a date with a guy she actually likes (a lot) - frontrunner Jordan. To be fair, Jordan did acknowledge that he couldn't imagine all of the pressure his brother has on him and he doesn't have hard feelings against him.
This week on The Bachelorette, JoJo Fletcher picked the four guys that she would take on hometown dates.
Emotionally cautious Chase couldn't bring himself to admit to more than really, really liking JoJo but did say he wanted to spend his life with her.
Episode 7 finds JoJo attempting to figure out which four men will receive a rose this week and therefore secure the chance to take her home to meet their families.
Over dinner, the suitor chose to put it all out there and tell JoJo he was in love with her.
While he was on his one-on-one date with JoJo, the other men spoke about Jordan having access to Super Bowl tickets as something that might sway JoJo's attention from them, who can't offer glitzy date possibilities. On the opposite end of the spectrum is what happens with JoJo and Jordan. "I'm way past that relationship".
"The Bachelorette" allowed Jordan Rodgers to address his anger with being called "entitled" and he did such a good job, JoJo handed him a rose at the evening's ceremony. "In my heart, I don't think I would get to that point", she said. Whether or not she gets married in the whole grand scheme of things isn't really all that important.
"When I walked away from playing, I could've kept playing, but football didn't define me".
JoJo nixed the cocktail party, saying she'd already made her decision, and it was straight to the rose ceremony.
"It's just the way he's chosen to do life", he said. "I'm defined by the character I have".
Meanwhile, JoJo Fletcher's comfort level with suitors Robby Hayes and Luke Pell is quite noticeable.
Though the Rodgers brothers have some issues, the quarterback has had a great relationship with Munn - though the obvious question of when they will finally get engaged remains an issue.