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First up: The “ladies”: Amber T., Monica, Jamie, Samantha, Erica, Jaclyn, Brittney, Elyse, Jenna, Jennifer, Rachel, Casey S., Blakely, Emily, Nicki, and Kacie B. Erika: For as worldly as she is supposed to be, she has no idea how to play nice. Kacie: She told Ben she tried to get along with everyone, but that’s not true. Casey S.: She was always consistently a sweet, sincere friend to me. All the girls say no except Jamie who says she definitely saw a connection between Ben and Courtney.

They discussed the first night…and Blakeley says, “I didn’t come to make friends, I came to met Ben.” You hear a few girls agree and Mr. I think she felt a strong connection to Ben and had her guard up.

Samantha is hellbent on bullying everyone on stage into agreeing with her. She’s just one in a line of the nameless, rejected ho-testants who didn’t get her 10 minutes of fame on the show so she’s going to get it all on Women Tell All. First guest in the hotseat on tonight’s show was Shawntel…remember her? The girls all make faces as Shawntel takes her seat.

Brittney ends the conversation with: “You keep talking. Overpaid covers his mouth to fake-hide his laughter. The rejected ho from Brad’s season who showed up and tried to worm her way into Ben’s show? They show clips from Shawntel’s brief time in San Francisco. It was so natural with you two…” Nicki says she was shocked when she didn’t get a rose in Switzerland. She has questions, but she would never ask what she did wrong because she’s herself and that is never wrong.

She says there were numerous reasons, one being there was no attraction to Ben whatsover. Because seriously, his hair alone would have been a reason to leave. Overpaid: “From the beginning, you two had an instant connection. ” Kacie says Ben did a great job of reassuring her throughout the entire season, but once he met her family she was sent home and she just couldn’t figure out why… I’m not the smartest smartie in the wrapper, but I’m thinking this “he met my family, then I went home” is pretty obvious.

Then Samantha confronted her hatefully about being bullied and that’s why she really left. We see her clips which were full of tears and wailing.

Chris Harrison explained the rules for the final round about a half dozen times. Nick came out of the gate swinging, saying that nobody expected him to win, that he got there all by himself, and Rachel never wanted to be his partner.

I just know someone is going to get Hep C from the Hot Tub one day… Overpaid can’t stop building up the hype that Courtney is going to be on Women Tell All where she can face her accusers.

” Was it: (a) the cheesy proposal, (b) Jamie’s “Cleopatra” getup, complete with sparkly headgear, or (c) Rachel getting screwed over? Jaclyn hit the nail on the head when she called Jamie “socially awkward.” Chris Harrison checked in with the “couples.” Lindzi and Kalon are still dating, despite Erica Rose trying to stir the pot with rumors of Kalon seeing other women. (Rachel accused Michael of leading her on and later saying he didn’t want to be in a long-distance relationship, which was baloney because he’s dating a girl from Chicago.) Blakeley and Tony told Chris Harrison they are in L-O-V-E and broke the news that they were moving in together! Also, because that’s totally what you do when you meet someone over the summer, especially when there’s a child involved. Anyway, they showed some of Blakeley and Tony’s “Greatest Hits,” like when she said she would “donkey punch [Chris] in the throat” if he betrayed her, and how she was “gonna be an emotional banana sandwich – for real.” (Not sure about the context of that last statement, but I’m pretty sure it could be inserted anywhere.) When Chris Harrison asked Blakeley about how she feels about Tony, she started tearing up talking about how amazing he is.

Then, Tony got down on one knee and told Blakeley the words every woman longs to hear: “I want you to spend the rest of my life with me.” (Yes, he said that.) And then the Hooters girl totally came out and said, “Are you f-ing kidding me?

I think it’s funny that everyone on the show gets upset that people lie, season after season, like it’s some sort of surprise that that would happen with a bunch of reality stars in a contest to win money. Chris realized early on that he wasn’t going to garner any sympathy, so he said his family was very disappointed in how he played the game, but that they should vote for his partner, Sarah, to win.

Then, a second later, he said that he doesn’t regret any of the decisions he made in the game, that “you can’t regret things you can’t change.” Ok, Yogi Berra.

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