The Bachelorette” star rachel lindsay says she can never see enough of her fiancé, but she has revealed that some of their alone time includes screening episodes of the ABC reality show where they fell in love. Lindsay, who recently sent Dean Unglert home after a bizarre hometown date in Colorado, is left with three smitten suitors on “The Bachelorette.” While she has been open about the fact that her journey to find love ended with an engagement and some Neil Lane bling, Rachel admits she has some explaining to do every week when new episodes of “The Bachelorette” air.

Rachel’s secret dates

Rachel told E! News that she watches “The Bachelorette” with her still-secret fiancé— who is either Bryan Abasolo, Eric Bigger, or Peter Kraus— and it doesn’t always go well. Rachel revealed that her man wants to watch “everything,” including her romantic dates with the other frontrunners on the show. “The Bachelorette” star admitted it is “hard” for her to have to rehash her dream dates with her fiancé by her side. Rachel revealed that after the Monday night episodes, she has “some explaining to do” and that the couple talk about the episode and then move on. Rachel’s fiancé probably didn’t enjoy hearing her tell Dean that she was falling in love with him before she sent him packing.

While “The Bachelorette” and her final man still have a long-distance relationship until their big finale night reveal, they currently see each other every couple of weeks. But Rachel said they talk and text daily and sometimes have “secret meetings” where they talk and watch “The Bachelorette”

Not all ‘Bachelorette’ couples watch the show together

Rachel Lindsay and her fiancé are taking a different approach to “The Bachelorette” aftermath.

While they willingly watch the episodes together, then get over the drama, past couples from the franchise have opted not to watch the painful episodes together. Former “Bachelorette” star Andi Dorfman has been vocal about the drama that the episodes caused her. According to Us Weekly, Andi’s short-lived “Bachelorette” fiancé Josh Murray reportedly called her a “whore” after watching her overnight Fantasy Suite date with Nick Viall.

Andi Dorfman has said that her physical relationships with the other men was constantly brought up during her engagement to Josh Murray before they split up for good.

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