Andi Dorfman knows better than anyone how key the Fantasy Suite is on The Bachelor/Bachelorette, and that's why she let Chris Soules go when she did.
"I think it's a big deal to take someone in an overnight, whether or not you do anything," Andi said of this week's surprising elimination of the Iowa farmer.
"Just the act of, like, spending the night with someone should mean something, and I think you should feel like you have a future with somebody."
"If you're willing to spend the night with them ... as soon as I realized that there wasn't that future with Chris, I think that was the appropriate time to go."
On Monday's episode, Andi took three men with her to the Dominican Republic, but only Josh Murray and Nick Viall made it into the Fantasy Suite.
Chris Soules left with a broken heart during dinner, although he may have gotten dumped into The Bachelor, as former star Sean Lowe put it.
Andi does not have any regrets, except for hurting Chris' feelings:
"Looking back, I think I made the right decision. It wasn't easy, and I think you saw the emotions associated with that decision, but I think it was the right call."
She certainly knows from experience that it can go either way.
Andi's own "disastrous" night with Juan Pablo Galavis led to her telling him off the next day and leaving The Bachelor, so it's no surprise she took this seriously.
Fighting back tears, Dorfman told Chris Soules, "I just think I'd rather be honest with you and tell you that I'm trying and I'm trying but it's not there."
"It" was there with Nick Viall and Josh Murray, though.
Insiders say Andi was intimate with both of her two finalists during their dates, and "It was very nice for both of them before, during, and after."
We're sure it was.
As for what happens on the season finale ... check out The Bachelorette spoilers if you want to know, because we're fairly positive how it turns out.