On Colton Underwood's season of The Bachelor, Alex Dillon showed up in a sloth costume and spent most of the evening hanging out in a tree. We could not have appreciated the dedication more. Unfortunately, Colton disagreed and sent her home the first night.
Who doesn't love a man dressed as a cupcake? We've never really gotten to the bottom of why Chris Strandburg's cupcake had candy corn on it, but that's not important right now. The dentist from Granite Bay, Calif. finished sixth on Kaitlyn Bristowe's season, but first in our hearts.
Zak Waddell walked so season 19's Jacob could run. We're never going to complain about a contestant showing up shirtless. Bachelorette Desiree Hartsock didn't seem to mind, either, as Zak made it all the way to the final four.
Who doesn't love a marching band? Blake Elarbee showed up to Rachel Lindsay's season of The Bachelorette with a ton of musical support, giving us Destiny's Child "Lose My Breath" vibes.
Erin Landry showed up to Colton's season of The Bachelor in a full horse-and-carriage. But this was no Cinderella story for Erin. She was eliminated on the first night.
Shawn Evans decided that jumping out of a car filled with water was a good idea on Kaitlyn's season. The amateur sex coach went home the first night.
A horse? That's child's play for Blake Horstmann. After riding in an ox, he made it all the way to the final two on Becca Kufrin's season.
To make her first impression on Chris Soules, Reegan Cornwell showed up with a human heart in a cooler. The cadaver tissue saleswoman (a real job, apparently) and her organ were sent home on the first night.
Joe Barsano jumped out of a giant box filled with packing peanuts! He even called himself The Box King! Aren't we having fun?! He was, you'll never guess this, sent home by Hannah Brown on the first night.
Deandra Kanu showed up dressed as a windmill because Peter Weber had sex with Hannah during his season on The Bachelorette before she dumped him. Just what everybody wants to be reminded about on national television!
Kiarra Norman zipped herself up into a bag of luggage because Peter was a pilot. That's...about all there is to say. The nanny from Georgia managed to last until week four.
Luke Pell strolled into JoJo Fletcher's season of The Bachelorette on a real-life unicorn and you can't tell us any different.
"I heard you like a good hump and so do I," Lacey Mark said as she rode into Nick Viall's season on a camel. We hope that camel is doing well.
Adam Gottschalk decided to bring some kind of horror show puppet version of himself to Rachel's season. It gave us all nightmares. Despite that, Adam made it all the way to the final five. No update on the puppet.
Jacob Rapini showed up looking like a greased-up Fabio to impress Gabby Windey and Rachel Recchia—and it actually kinda worked. The ladies were impressed with his bravado and spent some time together with him by the fire later in the evening.
Alec Garza brought a four-person youth choir with him and they sang a song all about how much Clayton Echard—dumped Gabby and Rachel on his season of The Bachelor—sucks. The message was odd, but the kids sounded great!