Sunday's episode of "Bachelor in Paradise" was one that pleased a number of Joe Bailey haters, as it showed him getting dumped by the person for whom he hurt -- Juelia Kinney.

Halfway through the episode, Samantha Steffen, for whom Bailey came on the show, started acting distant and she ended up dumping him right as he was getting ready to enjoy his birthday feast.

Not surprisingly, Bailey did not take it well, and towards the end of the episode he was seen planning his revenge.

"I'm thinking, 'Bitch, you told me to do whatever it took to get a rose to advance until you got here,' " he said. "There's 700 text messages that we had in a month. As soon as she starts to hear that I have my phone and I'm getting text messages, she'll squirm."

Reportedly, Bailey and Steffen used to be in contact before coming on "Bachelor in Paradise", and she is said to have asked Bailey to somehow avoid getting eliminated.

This, according to Bailey, is one reason why he led Kinney to believe he was interested in her.

"Samantha is the reason why I'm in the position that I'm in and being f---ed over by everyone in the house," Bailey continued. "I think it's time to put some stuff straight. Clear the air. There's no way she's going to get around this subject, I'm going to have cold hard facts."

If viewers thought Sunday's episode was dramatic, Monday's episode will be even more exciting, promised Bachelor Nation host Chris Harrison. Nick Peterson from Ashley Hebert's season of "The Bachelorette" arrived in Paradise, and did not lose time to ask Steffen out on a date.
However, she said no, much to his surprise.

"I'm seriously shocked, especially because she told me she'd say yes," he said, revealing that they had been in touch through social media before either of them came on the dating reality show.

"Yes, @SammiSteffen and I friendly chatted before the show. And I'm happy to admit that! #BachelorInParadise," he tweeted on Sunday.

"Bachelor in Paradise" is aired Sundays and Mondays on ABC.