Season 11 of “The Bachelorette” has been full of unnecessary “To Be Continued …” moments, but fans of the ABC reality show are actually waiting on the edge of their seats to find out what happens next. Star Kaitlyn Bristowe had sex with contestant Nick Viall during episode 6, and it looks like the rest of the guys might find out on Monday during episode 7.

Episode 6 left off with frontrunner Shawn B. approaching Kaitlyn in her room. Shawn B. has been insecure about his status in the group ever since Kaitlyn allowed Nick to join the season. Although Kaitlyn keeps trying to enforce the idea that she’s crazy about him, the stress of the show gets to him after Kaitlyn gives Jared the group date rose. Frustrated with the process, Shawn B. is ready to quit “The Bachelorette” when he goes to see Kaitlyn. But Kaitlyn has no idea that Shawn B. is feeling insecure about the group date. Instead, she thinks that he’s there because he found out about her and Nick.

Episode 7 will pick up with Shawn B. in Kaitlyn’s room. An emotional mess after the events of the day, the 28-year-old personal trainer wants to know if “Kaitlyn is really in love with him.” There is no denying that Kaitlyn is attracted to him, however she still has eight other guys that she’s seeing. Fans of the show will have to wait and see what she tells him.

Meanwhile, the two-on-one date with Joe and JJ never happened in episode 6. But it will definitely go down in episode 7 … and be chocked full of drama. Will JJ sabotage Joe? Or will the contestant from Kentucky come out ahead of the “sometimes villain”?

No matter how awkward and intense the two-on-one date gets, it will be nothing compared to what happens next. Desperate to continue to connect with the remaining contestants, Kaitlyn decides that she has to apologize to the men. Perhaps about her steamy night with Nick?

And throughout all that, a rose ceremony still has to happen. Only six men will remain in the running for Kaitlyn’s heart, but an “unexpected visit by Chris Harrison changes the rest of Kaitlyn’s journey to find love.” The synopsis teases that “one ecstatic bachelor” gets the first date card … but Kaitlyn will do something so “totally unexpected” that it will be a “game-changing move for the both of them.”

Fans of “The Bachelorette” can watch the drama unfold on Monday, June 29, at 8 p.m. EDT on ABC. Who do you think is going home in episode 7? Tweet your thoughts to @AmandaTVScoop.