Season 19 of ABC\u2019s \u201cThe Bachelorette\u201d premiered on Monday night and just as quickly as Rachel Recchia and Gabby Windey\u2019s suitors filed out of limousines, three were sent back home. Among the trio dismissed from the season premiere were Brookfield natives and twins Joey and Justin Young.\u00a0 The 24-year-old twins were among 32 potential love interests for the two bachelorettes. In the episode, Justin and Joey spoke to Recchia and Widney together to explain their personalities, which revealed more similarities than differences. \u201cWe went to the same school,\u201d one said.\u00a0 \u201cWe didn\u2019t live together all throughout school\u2026but we did for a couple years and then we separated because we wanted to do our own thing and be individual,\u201d the other noted. The Quinnipiac University graduates said they even have the same jobs, working in medical advertising, though they work at separate companies. Following their conversation with the Youngs, Widney said the twins weren\u2019t \u201cworking for her romantically\u201d and that she \u201ccan\u2019t build a very strong bond with either of the twins.\u201d Recchia said she also felt it was \u201chard to form a connection\u201d and she was \u201cnot into it.\u201d At the end of the episode, Recchia and Widney pulled aside the Youngs, along with Los Angeles-based magician Roby, to thank them for participating, but to ultimately tell them that there \u201cmight not be a connection there\u201d for the bachelorettes to move forward.\u00a0 Justin posted on his Instagram following the episode to express his gratitude for participating in the show while also keeping an eye toward his future. Fellow contestant, 25-year-old UConn alum Matt Labagh, still has a shot at sparking a connection with one of the bachelorettes.\u00a0 This is not the first time contestants with Connecticut ties have been on the show. In season 26 of \u201cThe Bachelor\u201d that featured both Recchia and Windey as contestants, Tess Tookes from Stamford and Yale Law School student Daria Rose also competed. \u201cIt was it was like the least familiar experience I\u2019ve ever had,\u201d Tookes said in a previous interview. \u201cI can\u2019t compare it to anything else. I guess maybe it\u2019s like going to the prom with no date ... hoping to meet someone that night.\u201d \u201cThe Bachelorette\u201d airs Mondays on ABC at 8 p.m.