Another episode of “The Bachelorette” means another installment of chaos and drama. Season 11 of the hit ABC reality-television show will continue Monday with episode 5 -- and, as usual, viewers will not want to miss it.

Fans will remember that star Kaitlyn Bristowe allowed former “Bachelorette” alum Nick Viall to join the series last week. It was a tough decision for Kaitlyn to make: However, she couldn’t deny the attraction she felt toward him. Unfortunately, the decision to let Nick into the group didn’t sit well with the other men.

Episode 4 concluded with the guys discussing how to act with Nick -- who they see as a threat with unknown motives. This week, viewers will get to see the contestants interact with the 34-year-old software-sales executive.

“Nick must endure a no-holds barred interrogation by the other guys vying for Kaitlyn’s attention,” teases the synopsis for episode 5. And it doesn’t sound like that interrogation will go well. The episode description continues that the cocktail party at the New York Mets’ Citi Field will turn into “Kaitlyn’s worst nightmare.”

Although it’s unclear what will happen, one thing is certain -- the bachelorette is not skipping a rose ceremony this week. Three men will get eliminated before the group members pack their bags to head to San Antonio.

The mood will lighten in San Antonio when Kaitlyn and one lucky guy get to participate in a Texas two-step competition. And the fun won’t stop there. The group date involves 10 bachelors and a 13-year-old Mariachi singer. The contestants must win Kaitlyn over by writing a song and serenading her. The final date of episode 5 will be another one-on-one date. Kaitlyn and the mystery contestant will kayak along the River Walk, with the synopsis teasing that things will turn emotional during the night portion of their date.

As usual, an “explosive showdown” in the final moments of “The Bachelorette” will leave fans with their jaws on the floor. Kaitlyn will face a “frustrated bachelor” who appears to have a bone to pick about her “free-spirited” behavior.

Episode 5 of “The Bachelorette” will be shown on ABC Monday, June 15, at 8 p.m. EDT.