Episode five of season 17 of “The Bachelor” with Sean Lowe, airing last night, Feb 4, continued with the usual ‘Tierrable’ drama, which escalated into Jackie and Robyn not receiving a rose and getting sent home, proving that stirring the proverbial pot of “#@$%” only causes you to lose in the end.
The entire Tierra the terrible scenario makes one wonder how much of an affect the show’s producers have on which bachelorette stays and who goes. It is obvious the bachelorettes dislike Tierra strongly and “The Bachelor”, Sean Lowe, is beginning to seriously question the drama of the house between the ladies, however without fessing up the truth, Sean has been left pondering, consequently sending home the two who have battled with Tierra the most, Jackie and Robyn, leaving the drama queen for ratings, presumably.
The nine remaining bachelorettes are vying hard for Sean Lowe’s love and tonight’s episode of the two-day “Bachelor” event shows the manipulative Tierra performing her way into Sean’s heart after another dramatic episode of the 24-year-old feigning a trauma.
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Tierra the terrible, or simply “Tierrable” gets the boot finally, leaving the final four, Lindsay, Catherine, Desiree and AshLee remaining for the hometown dates with Sean Lowe.
The final, final rose ceremony of “The Bachelor” saw Lindsay M. and Catherine competing for an engagement ring and the last rose, but in the end it is rumored that Sean Lowe is currently engaged to Catherine, whom it must be noted is the complete opposite of Emily Maynard in appearance and personality.
Episode six of season 17 of ABC’s “The Bachelor” with Sean Lowe airs tonight.
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