"The Bachelor" aired an all-new episode this week on Channel 15 in Tempe. On Tuesday, Jan. 29, Entertainment Weekly shared the comments made by Chris Harrison about episode four, and People Magazine shared the comments made by Sean Lowe about the episode. If you missed any of the previously released photos or spoilers for this series, visit the related topics links on the left sidebar for more news.
The big drama of episode four of this season had to do with Tierra. She had a breakdown during the evening portion of the group date, and Sean had to talk her out of leaving. Both Chris and Sean spoke about the event. Harrison said the following, according to Entertainment Weekly:
"Now, this move by Tierra could’ve gone one of two ways. Sean could’ve been annoyed and sent her packing, or do what he did and talk her off the cliff. Whether this was the right thing for him to do is debatable. Whether or not he got played is not debatable."
As for Sean, he explained why he kept Tierra around. He gave her the rose on the group date, and this made her safe for another week. He said the following about their conversation and how he felt about her, according to People Magazine:
"I don't know what it was about Tierra, but I definitely felt a connection with her that goes back to the first night and I didn't like seeing her upset. Once again, I did my best to reassure her of my feelings. I'll admit my decision to give her the rose was a symbolic Band-Aid. I wanted Tierra to be happy and I wanted to fix whatever was wrong with her. Isn't that what boyfriends are supposed to do? It was obviously a rash decision that was not received well by the other women."
There will be more drama with Tierra on next week's episode. That is shown in the preview. Chris Harrison did reveal that fans will see two episodes next week. The first will air on Monday night, and the second will air on Tuesday night.
As for Selma and her no kissing rule with Sean, Buddy TV shared a deleted scene that showed more of this pair. The two tried to get creative with their kissing.
Fans are buzzing about this series on social media. One fan said the following on Twitter recently:
So much drama on #thebachelor this season
"The Bachelor" will continue to air Sean Lowe's season on Channel 15 in Tempe on Monday nights.