Specifically, Colton Underwood's finale is reminiscent of Black Mirror's "Hang the DJ" episode, says Kathryn VanArendonk. "This is exactly what made Colton’s Bachelor season so compelling, right down to the dramatic wall-scaling exit," says VanArendonk. "Rather than the typical season-ending tension of Cassie versus another woman or Colton versus his own indecision, the closing beats of the season were framed as Colton and Cassie versus The Bachelor. Colton’s decision to say good-bye to the two remaining women so he could pursue Cassie could very easily have come off as toxic. It’s very rarely romantic when a man chases a woman who’s dumped him. It is at best presumptive; at worst it’s seriously scary. But when Colton sat down with Cassie again, he managed to thread that very tiny needle. He told her he loved her and that he wanted to be with her, but he instantly lowered every stake he could think of. They did not have to get married, he told her. They did not have to be engaged. All he wanted was a chance to exit the simulation with her and see what their relationship looked like outside of The Bachelor." ALSO: Jimmy Kimmel presented Colton Underwood and Cassie Randolph with Neil Lane engagement ring.