Rachel Lindsay is narrowing down her field of suitors, which means the conversations are getting more and more serious on The Bachelorette.
So serious, it's even scary sometimes.
Apparently, Bryan Abasolo - a frontrunner to say the least, according to The Bachelorette spoilers - is living up to his billing these days.
Maybe even too well, if that's possible.
In a teaser for tonight's episode, Rachel voices a surprising concern, admitting, "He is such a catch. He is such an amazing person."
"That's the part that scares me."
Being 37 years old, she has to wonder of him, "I don't understand why he's still single. This is why I think Bryan is too good to be true."
Interestingly, this happened after he expressed his own concerns, referencing a recent romance he was involved in with someone else.
"It was eerily similar to what we have going on," he said of this relationship. "It was passionate, hot and heavy in a short amount of time."
"Looking back on it, it was maybe a little too much, too early. Hence my fear a little bit of what we have going on," Bryan added.
"That's why I'm scared going into [hometown dates]. The last time I introduced somebody I felt as strongly for, we broke up shortly thereafter."
"Literally this could happen again," Abasolo lamented. "It's something that's in the back of my mind and scares me a little bit."
Of course, since the first episode of the season when Bryan received the First Impression Rose, he's been a frontrunner for a reason.
It's hard to see a hometown date going poorly.
"Meeting somebody's family is very, very serious. I feel like I need to understand him more and where he comes from," Rachel said.
"What his family is like, what they're going to think of me, will they be accepting of me. I have some important questions before I can hand out that rose."
As for another top-tier contender, Peter Kraus (who was seen throwing shade at Bryan Abasolo in a deleted scene last week)?
In another sneak peek, he promises Lindsay that if he decides she's not right for him, he'd let her know. Classy, right? Well ...
"His honesty scares me," Lindsay says.
"He's somebody that I can see a future with so what if he's the one standing at the end and then he doesn't want to get down on one knee?"
"That's scary. I don't know what to do."
Check out The Bachelorette spoilers to see who the last man standing purportedly is, then watch the scene in question below ...