The Bachelor: “The Women Tell All”

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Sean at next week’s finale.

Yawn. I was expecting more fireworks from The Bachelor‘s “Women Tell All” episode because of the drama Tierra caused this season, but instead it was a whole lot of her same old crap. Oh, and she’s engaged. To someone she was dating before the show. That’s fishy. I hope he knows what he’s in for.

Sarah and Des were both auditioning for the role of Bachelorette, and I’m not sure who won. I liked when Sarah said “I think I’m funny, and I think I’m smart, and great.” She has confidence, and that’s appealing. I like her too much for her to be the bachelorette, honestly.

Sean’s reunion with AshLee was awkward. She resented that he didn’t come check on her after the break up – the words “You knew how much I gave you” were key. It sounds like someone wasn’t happy with the fantasy suite. They really disagreed over whether Sean said that he didn’t have anything with the other women. Did Sean get drunk, say too much and forget about it? Was AshLee misinterpreting more innocent words? Who knows. AshLee did come across as rather, er, intense on this special, but I haven’t loved how Sean has acted during this whole thing either.

The bloopers, as always, were the best part of the show. I keep saying that they should include those moments in the actual episodes, but I guess no one from ABC reads this blog.

Well, next week is the finale. Watching Sean’s “journey” with each woman reinforced my feelings that Catherine is fun and cool, and Lindsay is vapid and childish. I won’t pretend like this has a chance of working out either way, but I think Catherine is a more realistic match for Sean.


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One Response to The Bachelor: “The Women Tell All”

  1. Jessica says:

    Blah. I am not sure why everyone is cuckoo bananas over Sean. I was way turned off by him going to these mini viewing parties, only for his ego to be inflated more than it already is. But then again, look at the premise of the show. Oy. I really like Sarah; something about Des bothers me, not sure what. I really liked Lesley probably the most out of all the girls. She’s smart and funny. Tierra needs to seek help, unless the victim thing is still all an act. I agree that Catherine is most likely the better choice; Lindsey’s relationship with Sean seems very surface. I would have never guessed the pair of them to be at the end. The whole thing between Sean and AshLee was very awkward. I don’t hate AshLee–there is always the girl who falls hard and fast just like there is the girl who is the villain. As to whether he said that–who knows what really happened… I thought about him being drunk. He had an interesting expression on his face when she addressed it, and then his haphazard apology would lead me to believe he did say something like that (maybe to bed her…). I think the “you know how much I gave you” definitely referred to what traditionally happens during the fantasy suite dates, despite the many headlines that Sean is the Virgin Bachelor.

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