VIDEO: The Bachelorette's Ali Fedotowsky Sends Rabble-Rouser Craig M. Packing

Jun. 1 2010, Published 9:44 a.m. ET

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After one group and two individual dates, Ali Fedotowsky narrowed the herd to 14 (of the original 25) men vying for her affection on Monday night's heated edition of The Bachelorette, in which Canadian salesman Craig M. went out in a memorable blaze of glory.

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Ali's first date was with Frank, and the cute couple survived car trouble and the paparazzi to share a screen-worthy kiss under one of the country's most iconic landmarks, leading Ali to say, “So few people get to stand under the Hollywood sign, Frank and I got to kiss for the first time under the Hollywood sign!”

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Another key storyline of the episode was the in-fighting between the prospective Mr. Rights, as Justin "Rated R" Rego was blasted by his peers for keeping his professional wrestling career a secret, while Craig M. kept tempers flared even higher as things nearly got to fisticuffs in his heated verbal exchanges with two of the other bachelors, Jesse and Jonathan.

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Craig M. really got under the other guys' skin, mocking Jesse’s tattoos and Jonathan’s career (he’s a TV weatherman).

"He's dangerous; this guy is crazy," Jonathan told Ali of Craig M., who would get the heave-ho by episode's end.

"I hope on the way back home, there's a few attractive women," the snarky Craig M. said following his elimination. "Because I'm going to need that extra attention."

The Bachelorette airs Mondays at 8/7c on ABC.



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