Ah, yes, the traditional â€œWomen Tell Allâ€ episode.
Things get started with Stacey, one of the most infamous women in The Bachelor history.
On her first night in the house, she got belligerently drunk, told the women she would kill them and their families, and shoved panties in Matt Grantâ€™s pocket. She was quickly eliminated from the show.
Stacey said she was embarrassed by her behavior and tried to convince everyone that she is really a sweet person. Nobody was buying it.
Robin was the first woman to be put on the hot seat by Chris Harrison. In a montage of the seasonâ€™s more dramatic moments, many featuring Robin, the other women confronted her about her behavior.
Amanda and Marshana felt that Robin wasnâ€™t there for the right reasons, that she was there to win a competition, not to find love. Robin insisted that she was there to be loved, but not by the women.
After a montage of Marshanaâ€™s most dramatic moments, she was called to the hot seat. Chris called the argument between Marshana and Robin one of the most dramatic in Bachelor history.
When Robin tries to speak to her, Marshana dismisses her ... literally. It seems these two will never get along and never be friends. With that, Chris moves on to another woman.
Amanda was next on the hot seat. She had to relive her elimination and she admitted that, at first, she thought Matt was playing a joke on her.
Amanda stood up to Matt Grant when she was sent home. That, combined with her chronic hiccups (the â€œmeepsâ€) and her brilliant practical joke on her hometown date, has earned her many fans.
Matt finally came out to face the women in the last few minutes of the episode. He told Amanda he had nothing but the utmost respect for her, but felt that he had a better chance of finding true love with the other two women. Robin and Marshana said that they felt satisfied.
Matt confirmed that he is in fact engaged and has found the love of his life. Weâ€™ll find out who he picked on next weekâ€™s season finale!