The pre-finale "Women Tell All" special on The Bachelor is not usually interesting. Last night's was more so than most seasons', but still, ultimately a forgettable waste.
If you require a rundown of what was almost completely filler, here's our recap of Women Tell All special, but in truth you can probably sum it up with the review below.
Two hours, ABC? Really? Highlights after the jump ...
Who made Jake Pavelka's final two and who went home?
Wes is back. Former Bachelorette villain Wes Hayden admitted during a Bachelor Reunion booze cruise that he gets "a thousand more nibbles" nowadays. No one cares.Rozlyn revelations. Rozlyn Papa's fellow contestants on The Bachelor all spoke out against the most controversial figure of the season (besides Vienna Girardi) and brought forth new evidence anecdotes about her affair with
Rozlyn adamantly denied the claims, and when Chris Harrison continued to prod her, she countered by accusing Chris of hitting on the staffer's wife while in New Zealand.
Chris refused to "dignity that with a response." Awkward!
Michelle is insane. She did her best to defend her behavior on The Bachelor, but just came across as more unstable and aggressive. Totally as insane as we previously believed.
Tenley is perfect. Seriously, everyone is on team Tenley Molzahn. Everyone is in for quite the rude awakening when she loses too. Just saying. Brace yourselves for the hurt.
Vienna is not. Still, after spending a whole season calling her a spoiled, immature brat, the bachelorettes settled a bit, saying that Vienna isn't a bad person. Even Ali apologized.
The next Bachelorette. During her interview with Chris Harrison, Ali set herself up perfectly. "I believe our life is measured by the risks we take," she said, foreshadowingly.
Who will Jake pick among the final two? Does Tenley stand a chance? Should Ali be the next star of The Bachelorette? Chime in with your thoughts on these and other topics.