'Bachelor in Paradise' Finale Recap: Which Couples Broke Up? Who Stayed Together? Who Got Engaged? [VIDEO]

3:56 PM EDT 9/9/2014 by Jamie Dinar, Celebeat Reporter

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Bachelor in Paradise has come to an end with a lot of surprises and plot twists in its final episode.

Host Chris Harrison told the six couples to forget everything they've ever known about the show -- this finale was to going be different.

There are "no more date cards, no more new arrivals and no more rose ceremonies," he said, according to Us Weekly. Instead, there was an ultimatum - the couples were to either commit to being in a real relationship, or pack their bags and leave Paradise.

"Don't fool yourselves, don't fool each other, don't try and fool me," he said, leaving them to their decisions.

If you don't want the episode's outcome spoiled then stop reading now! Otherwise, here is each couples fate:

Christy Hansen and Tasos Hernandez: Split

Quick and easy, the couple called it quits. Neither one was very invested in the other after only having one date.

Jackie Parr and Zack Kalter: Split

Another quickie, Kalter wanted to get to know Parr a little better, but she wanted out. The couple split within the first hour.

AshLee Frazier and Graham Bunn: Split

This one's a bit more complicated; anyone could have thought Frazier and Bunn would have lasted.

"If everyone in the house could feel as great as I do with Graham, this would be the best love story ever. I think what we've built here in Paradise is a great foundation for something else to happen," Frazier told the cameras.

Bunn's gal pal Michelle Money thought Frazier was all an act. So, she sat down one-on-one with him, and told him she doesn't think Frazier was genuine.

"I don't think that she's here for you. I think she's here to put on a show. I'm telling you right now I don't think she's right for you," she said.

In the end, Bunn sided with Money. However, it wasn't easy.

"I thought I'd feel a little bit more relief," he said. "It was the right thing to do for both of us, but it sucked. It's hard to say goodbye to the concept of loving someone... Reflecting back on it, for me, Paradise is lost," he said.

Sarah Herron and Robert Graham: Split

This was another hopeful couple, only to end in a Fantasy Suite disagreement.

"Tonight is the perfect opportunity [for Robert] to get to know me in every way possible. I hope he goes there. I hope he digs deep," Herron said.

The next morning, her hopes were dashed.

"I wanted to be awake all night, getting to know Robert and Robert getting to know me. And that didn't happen. At all," she said.

Graham said he's afraid of love, but that didn't cut it for Herron. The couple split up, packed their bags and went home.

Michelle Money and Cody Sattler: FINALLY, Still Together

Just when viewers thought there was no hope for Bachelor in Paradise, Michelle Money and Cody Sattler made it through the Fantasy Suite date night.

Money, concerned she was making the wrong decision, went to her daughter for some love advice. After she got the two thumbs up, she was free to enjoy her date... which may or may not have been a tad R-rated (Money mentioned Sattler was "amazing in bed").

"After the time that I got to spend with Cody last night, I am so crystal clear about what it is I want right now. And I want Cody," she said.

Sattler gave a sweet sentiment as well, saying, "I can honestly look you in the eyes today and tell you that I'm crazy about you, and I'm madly in love with you."

Lacy Faddoul and Marcus Grodd... Engaged!

Yes, engaged! They took Bachelor in Paradise to a whole new level last night, when Grodd proposed to Faddoul during the final rose ceremony! And it was everything you could have possibly hoped it to be.

A brief recap: Grodd professed his love for Faddoul a few episodes ago, so it was her turn to tell him that he's "everything I ever wanted. I love you."

Before heading to their final rose ceremony Grodd asks for a minute alone with Faddoul. He guides her to a small deck on the beach, gushes the most loving speech until he gets down on one knee and asks, "So, Lacy, will you marry me?"



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