It's been a ground-breaking season for the Bachelorette this year. Rachel's completely won over the audience's hearts with her brains, her style and a killer smile. Not only is she smart but she's well-grounded and portrays a very real persona (for national television at least).\nREAD ALSO: Corinne Posts On Social Media For The First Time Since Bachelor In Paradise Controversy\nBut like every season, there are the duds that accompany the studs. There's always something wrong or something that just doesn't add up. And with the final three contestants just rolling around the corner, let's talk about everything wrong (or just what we'd want to change) with this season - of the Bachelorette.\nIf you're behind on the show, this is your warning! Don't you dare click 'next'!\nvia @therachlindsay\n1. Not enough Copper\nWhen was the key moment when Rachel began to win over the heart of the audience? Probably when she brought her pride and joy, Copper, out for a one-on-one date. And between that adorable dog party and his few seconds of fame, we all agree that we need more Copper!\nvia @rachelandbryanupdatess\n2. Can someone please eat their f*cking food??\nThat last few episodes have been emotional and there's been a lot the couples really need to talk about, we get it. But even from the start of the show and the cocktail parties, can someone please eat their food? We're sick of staring at full plates, I'm sure even the cameraman is starving by now.\n3. The first ever Bachelorette Spelling Bee was a little cringy.\nWe're just sitting here trying to gauge if there were any better indicators for intelligence rather than a spelling bee. Given the words used and how quickly some contestants left, it ended up being more of a d-i-s-a-s-t-e-r.\nAlso why was Josiah sent home so early??\nHit 'Next' For even more fails.\nvia @bachelorette_rachel_lindsay_\n4. What exactly does a tickle monster do for a living?\nThrowback to Johnathan, he was actually nice and a pretty good looking guy. But everyone who watched is still trying to find out - what exactly is a tickle monster supposed to do for a living?\nvia @lucas.yancey\n5. The show didn't have enough Whaboom.\nIf they were gonna keep the tickle monster, could they have at least kept Lucas (aka Whaboom) a bit longer. Sure it didn't make sense, and the guy may not have had all his screws there, but nobody was tired of hearing "whaa-booo-booom".\nvia @bachelorette_rachel_lindsay_\n6. The Bachelorette could also win the award for the world's most misleading teasers.\nOkay, props to whoever wrote and directed those teasers at the end of every episode. They played the viewers hard and tricked us into thinking there would be some huge scrap between Kenny and Lee. Sadly, it was both underwhelming and disappointing.\nDon't think we forgot about Matt and Adam! Hit 'Next'!\nvia @adamjrbachelorette\n7. Adam Jr. was a little more disturbing than entertaining.\nThere are a ton of ways to make a good first impression. A blow-up doll affectionately coined "Adam Jr." might not be one of them. If anyone wants to show Adam how to make a first impression, please direct him to our dating section.\nvia @adamjrbachelorette\n8. Speaking of Adam, how did he last in the show so long?\nWe're not one to judge a couple's physical or emotional connection. But for f*ck guys, did Adam even have more than three minutes of dialogue before he cracked top six? There wasn't even any drama with him, not to mention he probably ruined your fantasy pool.\nvia @kennykingpb\n9. It was heartbreaking to watch Kenny be sent home.\nAfter all the crap he put up with, and the imaginary fight with Lee, Kenny was finally given a chance to make his move on Rachel. Instead he goes home to be with his daughter. Nothing wrong about this one folks, although incredibly, incredibly heartbreaking. Oh and he might've been our pick to win.