“The Bachelorette” star rachel lindsay was greeted with a variety of interesting intros during her limo meet and greet with her 30 suitors on the season premiere of the 13th season of the ABC Reality Show. But a few guys really made a really big first impression. On her “Bachelorette” blog for People magazine, Rachel revealed that a few of the guys, like Matt and Alex, did their homework before meeting her.

Who were some of Rachel’s most memorable suitors on premiere night?

Matt famously waddled out of the limo wearing a penguin costume, while Alex copied the I vacuum-themed intro Rachel she did when she met Nick Viall for the first time on his season of The Bachelor.” Other standout entrances included Jonathan’s “Ticklemonster” stunt and Blake E., who previously met Rachel on Viall’s “After the Final Rose” special.

While his first meeting with Rachel on live TV was awkward, this time Blake brought in a marching band to greet her.

Of course, not all the suitors were new men in Rachel’s life. “The Bachelorette” star also came face to face with Frederick, a guy she knew in elementary school and had put in time-out multiple times when she was a camp counselor.

Of course, one of the biggest standouts on premiere night was Bryan, who spoke in Spanish before spontaneously kissing Rachel. Rachel Lindsay wrote that Bryan’s smooch was “the hottest fist kiss of my life.” In fact, Bryan’s lip lock made such an impression on her that she gave him her first impression rose.

Did Rachel find love on the ABC reality show?

Rachel Lindsay has already broken protocol by revealing how her season of “The Bachelorette” ends. Rachel has publicly stated that she is an engaged woman (she reiterates it again in her People blog), and spoiler sites have already revealed who she picks as her final man.

While Rachel Lindsay is engaged, she says she has not seen her fiancé since he proposed her.

Rachel told late night host Jimmy Kimmel that they “had a couple of days together, and then we went our separate ways.” Of course, it’s important to remember that this season of “The Bachelorette” was filmed pretty close to real time. The newly engaged couple only finished shooting the reality dating show 10 days ago. Now, Rachel Lindsay won’t be able to navigate the real world with her man until later this summer when "The Bachelorette” finale airs on ABC.

You can see Rachel Lindsay on “The Bachelorette” Mondays at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.