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Yeahhhhh. So, I can't lie. When Tierra fell down the stairs on tonight's episode of The Bachelor? I was hoping for a lot more drama. (OMG, I'm gonna say it.) I was hoping there was more to the fall. As in I was hoping someone (sort of) pushed her -- or upset her to the point that she lost her footing and missed a step or three. (Note: I am not wishing anyone to sustain an injury. Just the drama.)
Wait a second -- don't call me an insensitive bitch just yet. Hear me out first. Until tonight, Sean Lowe's season has been a tad on the bland side, so I figured maybe the real drama would start tonight, with Tierra's "fall."
But after the highly anticipated (because the previews made it out to be nothing short of awesome-sauce) fall -- it was pretty easy to see what really happened to poor Tierra.
Um, poor girl either lost her footing or slipped (probably due to being intoxicated), and realized the minute the rest of the house heard a thud ... it was her golden opportunity to steal AshLee's thunder and ruin her one-on-one date with Sean. (Nice move, honey.)
But she made one key mistake. She wouldn't let the paramedics take her to the hospital, which clued everyone in to the fact that she wasn't really hurt. And then even though Sean chilled out with her for a good 10 minutes or so, he still went out with AshLee.
And what a date it was. Seriously, in all of the dates you've ever watched on The Bachelor -- have you ever seen one more meaningful than Sean and AshLee sharing that amusement park with the two best friends with chronic illnesses who had never met? Good grief. There wasn't a dry eye in the house.
And when AshLee started going into more detail about being adopted when she was 6 years old? Yeah, Sean probably should've went ahead and put a ring on it right there, because girls just don't get more sincere than that.
AshLee emerged as a front runner for sure, but one girl who was seemingly perfect for Sean is off the radar after tonight. Yep -- Kacie B.
Dude. Did she really think complaining about the other girls would win her points with Mr. Lowe? Didn't she learn anything from being on Ben Flajnik's season? (Apparently not. Bye, bye again, Kacie -- and this time we definitely know "WTF" happened.)
And I don't wanna get my hopes up, but based on the previews for next week's episode, it looks as though we may finally get the Tierra drama we deserve. (One can hope.)
Do you think Tierra faked that fall down the stairs?
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