Monday night's episode of "The Bachelor" saw Clayton dealing with Susie's dramatic departure and delivering some tough news to Rachel and Gabby.

At the rose ceremony, Clayton told Rachel and Gabby that not only had he been intimate with them both but he was in love with both of them and had been in love with Susie, too.

Devastated, the two women left the rose ceremony in tears, each wondering how that was possible and if they could move on in light of the news.

"He's in love with all three of us? All three of us," Rachel said through tears. "And he's heartbroken that Susie left."

Gabby asked Clayton how he can tell her he loves her if there's a chance she can be left heartbroken in the end. He replied, "Ultimately, like, whoever I pick, I love the most."

"Love isn't measured. You can't measure it," a clearly upset Gabby said in a confessional. "I don't want to be loved the most, I just, like, want to be loved for who I am."

Clayton then told Rachel that the love he felt for her was was not the same love he felt for Gabby, explaining that they were "two different people" and that he loved each of them "in different ways."

When the rose ceremony recommenced, Rachel accepted Clayton's rose. Gabby didn't and asked Clayton if he wanted to walk her out.

However, after an emotional conversation, Gabby had a change of heart and decided to stick around.

Each lady then met Clayton's family and both were a hit -- but, just when things seemed to be back on track, Clayton had another stunning announcement. He told his parents that he missed Susie.

At that point, host Jessie Palmer interrupted the conversation with the news that Susie was still in Iceland.

Clayton said he wants "one more shot" with Susie: "At least I'll have an answer."

What happened next? We'll find out when "The Bachelor" season 26 finale concludes Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.