'Bachelor' Recap: Tierra Gets 'Hypothermia' & Exactly No One Cares

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Sean Lowe Tierra LiCausiWow. Just when we thought Tierra LiCausi couldn't possibly get any more desperate or manipulative with Sean Lowe -- she had to go ahead and get hypothermia on tonight's episode of The Bachelor. And I know hypothermia is serious and scary and potentially deadly, but somehow I'm just not convinced that she actually had it in the first place. (Yes, I'm calling her bluff.)

Correct me if I'm wrong, but Tierra wasn't the only girl who jumped into a very frigid Lake Louise. And it just seems a little too coincidental that all the other girls who took the plunge wound up being perfectly fine, while Tierra found herself shivering with mascara running down her face -- yet she still stuffed her face with a cheeseburger not too long after the incident. (Yeah. Somehow I'm guessing if I had hypothermia, beef would be the last thing on my mind.)

Ok, ok, so I'm no doctor and I have no business saying whether or not Tierra really did have hypothermia. But still -- if whatever happened to her was really that bad, how did she manage to walk to the cocktail party later that night? Seems kinda strange, don't-cha-think?

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And you know what else? Even Sean didn't seem all that concerned. Yeah, he went to visit her and crawled into bed with her and all that, but it's not like he was beside himself or anything.

Something really just isn't adding up with her. I want to believe her and give her the benefit of the doubt, but i just can't.

But let's shift gears and forget about Tierra for a second. Holy shiz -- how cute are Sean and Catherine together? Most girls would've been pretty cranky about having their date freezing "on top of a glacier," but she didn't seem to mind one bit.

And then there's Lesley, who is rapidly becoming a favorite among Bachelor fans everywhere (or at least on Twitter). That girl is awesome -- she's the girl we all want to root for and be best friends with. (Call me, Les. We'll do drinks.)

Sean's got some amazing choices, so let's just hope he takes off his sympathy goggles once and for all and sees the level of bullshit that Tierra is throwing his way before it's too late.

Do you think Sean will finally see Tierra's true colors next week in St. Croix?

 

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Amy Farroux

If Sean falls fer her he will deserve everything he gets it is sad when there are women out there like that just playing games with someones heart when he is truly looking for true love!! It is a competition to her she is not there for him. Come on really people wake up!!

bella... bellacazzate

She is a ratings superhero. If she wasn't handed a rose, I wouldn't continue watching the show. I hate her and I love that I hate her. Her sorority house style drama is exactly what I want when I'm sitting around watching a show like this. I hope she makes it to the end and is dumped at the proposal plank... or whatever it is. So long as I can keep reading the snarky EW recaps that highlight her so wonderfully, I am happy. 

nonmember avatar Dee

Thick Tierra clearly has the most insulation under her skin, so her being the only one to succumb to hypothermia was a bit suspicious, LOL.

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