You don't need The Bachelor spoilers to tell you that hhings are finally heating up on Colton Underwood's season of the show.
And I'm not just talking about Colton and Cassie's intimate make-out sesh in the ocean, which we all uncomfortably witnessed Monday night.
Even Cassie's dad!
The Californian native shared a story to her Instagram, zooming in on her father who was sitting in front of the TV watching every obnoxious, yet charming kiss.
Awkward? I think so.
But honestly, before Cassie scored that one-on-one date in Thailand, the show was bland, to say the least.
While most of the girls are successful at coming up with bullsh-t drama, we're ready for something way more exciting... the magic of true (televised) love!
And... I think we're getting there.
The former football star tells ET's Leanne Aguilera of ABC's Winter Television Critics Association that we should all prepare ourselves for the finale.
Consider us warned.
But come on, it can't be any crazier than Arie Luydendyk Jr.'s shocking season where he literally switched girls after popping the question.
According to Colton, however, his ending has got it beat and is "going to take a while to process."
That's fine. What else would you be doing on your Monday night besides drinking wine and conversing over trash TV?
Let's be real, it's our favorite sport.
"As the weeks progress, it gets more real and more real, and I think not only for me but for these women too," shares Colton.
12 women are left to compete over the 26-year-old's heart... and yep, still his virginity.
But calm down, we still have three more episodes until fantasy suites where Colton can choose to spend the night with his four final contestants.
Colton gets us excited for the following episodes by claiming his ending is "unlike anything else" and that we are all in for a "wild ride."
The Bachelor stud also opens up about how emotional this season really gets, sharing that he even decided to leave the series at one point.
The two-night finale will air on March 11 and 12.
Colton wrapped it up by saying, "we will see what I'm shouting at the end off the rooftops, but I hope at the end of it, you can know that I'm happy. So we'll see."
Maybe we should be preparing ourselves for the dreaded outcome that Colton may choose no one?
But, what's the fun in that?