The Bachelor Recap: Women Tell All, Call Out Tierra (and Sean)

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Ah, the annual Women Tell All filler episode special. As always, it didn't offer much in the way of insight (or The Bachelor spoilers), but boy was it entertaining.

Not only did Tierra LiCausi and her "sparkle" bring the drama, there were other notable interviews and a memorable exchange between Sean and AshLee.

What did we learn - good and bad - from the Women Tell All?

Come along below for the official THG +/- Bachelor recap!

Bachelor Women Tell All Pic

Tierra surprisingly showed up in an attempt to explain herself, although the more she talked, the deeper she dug herself into the hole of her own making.

Chris Harrison (who gets a Plus 50 for his moderation of events like this) asked Tierra if she had regrets or wanted to apologize for anything at all.

Her response?

"Off the top of my head, no. There's nothing that I can say to apologize for because there's nothing that I feel I did to these girls intentionally or that I said bad about them."

"If I did say anything bad about anybody here, please tell me and bring it to my attention and give me an example, because honestly, I didn't say one bad thing."

Minus 100 for Tierra's utter lack of self-awareness.

She is also not smart. Few of her sentences even make sense. Minus 100 for the guy who proposed to her for having to try to decipher this on a regular basis.

Well, if her engagement is even real. Minus 75 for never naming the guy.

Wait, Tierra was Little Miss Nevada? Tierra = Honey Boo Boo! Plus 50.

The women recalled numerous moments when she was downright unfriendly - not just not super-friendly - as Tierra squirmed in the hot seat and got defensive.

And we haven't even gotten to the AshLee Frazier fight.

"It's your character, you can't just bash on people like that," AshLee said. "We watched the show. That's not fair for you to straight call me a liar to my face."

Plus 50 for that ownage. Tierra and her eyebrow were clearly in the wrong here and she seemed to realize it, eventually. She finally did give them this:

"All I can say is I apologize to all of you guys for you guys thinking that I didn't want to talk to you or I wasn't being friendly or I wasn't trying to be friends with you."

"Once again, I think I came into this really scared and I didn't really know how to handle it, and I guess I handled it in a bad way, and I apologize."

Okay. Plus 50. Now moving on.

Sarah Herron mentioned how badly it hurt to open up to Sean and get rejected, and can't help but wonder if it's because of her arm. Girl, please.

Plus 25 because you made it farther than most of the randoms up stage with you who have two arms, and because unlike Tierra, your sparkle is legit.

Desiree Hartsock, meanwhile, is looking fantastic, and is totally being groomed to be The Bachelorette based on this interview. Mark our words. Plus 100.

Now the main event, and it had nothing to do with Little Miss Nevada. AshLee Frazier, looking amazing, recalled her stunning elimination last week.

Clearly as bitter as her dress was designed to remind Sean what he's missing now, she confronted him with the question she did not ask last week: WHY?!

"From day one, you were my frontrunner. When I pictured my life with someone, it was usually you because everything seemed to match up with," Sean said.

When push came to shove, though, he said he was looking for his best friend, and "There were times that I felt like I couldn't find that laughter with you."

That's got to hurt, but Plus 50 for honesty ... unless he wasn't entirely honest. AshLee called him out on something she claims he told her on their last date.

"Why did you tell me you had absolutely no feelings for them," she asked The Bachelor, referencing finalists Lindsay Yenter and Catherine Giudici.

Sean Lowe quickly denied that, looking visibly surprised and uncomfortable, saying, "I didn't say that. I wouldn't say that." Her response: "But you did."

He's either a bad liar or genuinely confused by all of this here.

They kept going back and forth about it with the cameras "off." Neither admitted they were wrong. It just got more and more awkward. Oye. Minus 100.

Think he said that or something like it? We may never know.


Did Sean make the right decision letting AshLee go?

Her reaction since then: Right or wrong?

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There’s still a lot of growing to do in our relationship. We will not tie the knot until I am mentally and physically prepared as well as Matt.

Shayne Lamas

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Shayne Lamas [on proposal by Matt Grant]