Remember Michelle, the borderline unstable girl who vied for Jake Pavelka's heart on The Bachelor? No? Well, her stint on Bachelor Pad was even shorter.
Early in last night's season premiere, Michelle clashed with Tenley Molzahn, the runner-up that same season, along with other female residents of the Pad.
According to Crazy Michelle, Tenley started a rumor that she slept with Craig "Dangerous" McKinnon the first night in their palatial digs. Bunk bed style.
Drama ensued when Michelle locked Tenley in a bathroom and confronted her about this. Tenley understandably felt threatened and broke down crying.
On Bachelor Pad, the male castoffs from The Bachelorette vote to evict a girl, and the female rejects from The Bachelor vote to evict a guy each week.
Predictably, the men were more or less unified in their decision to vote off the girl most likely to fashion a crude shank and stab someone in the house.
"I am still shaken, but I feel relieved now that Michelle is gone," said Tenley Molzahn in the wake of her two-time rival's departure. Michelle blamed her exclusively.
"I don't deserve to be treated this way at all," insane Michelle lamented. "It's upsetting because Tenley started a rumor that I did something with Craig and that made me upset. Because of that rumor, it ruined my chances [on the show]."
The guy sent home was Juan Barbieri, whose fate was sealed before the show even started because of his hookup with another contestant, Nikki, in the past.
It didn't end well between them.
"It will be less stressful now that Juan is gone," Nikki said, having apparently rallied enough of her fellow female contestants' votes to vote Juan the hell out.
Juan, who was in a similar boat as Jesse Kovacs, who's hooked up with Elizabeth Kitt, said he was "shocked and disappointed" that he was ousted so fast.
Ten girls and seven guys remain in the hunt for a $250,000 prize and another 14 minutes of D-list celebrity status. Join us next week on Bachelor Pad!