The Bachelor reunion Women Tell All had Real Housewives-level drama

Maybe it happened when one contestant called another a "narcissistic, gas-lit bitch" — or maybe when host Jesse Palmer failed (for the second or third time) to regain control of the room. Sometime early during this week's Bachelors, it became clear that this "Women Tell All" deviated from the norm. I dare say it could actually be the most! Dramatic! Ye!? Yes, they say that every year - but this time, it's said that...

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Women Tell AllMaybe it happened when one contestant called another a "narcissistic, gas-lit bitch" — or maybe when host Jesse Palmer failed (for the second or third time) to regain control of the room. Sometime early during this week's Bachelors, it became clear that this "Women Tell All" deviated from the norm. Yes, they say that every year - but this time there were supposed DM slides and screenshots! On Friday, Netflix debuted the Love Is Blind reunion, with both contestants and hosts berating Season 2's Abhishek "Shake" Chatterjee. Vanessa Lachey, usually a mild force on the show, even got in touch with the troubled contestant in a clip that went instantly viral. But the naming and explosive resentment displayed during Monday's Bachelors was the next level. As well as digging in on each other, the women made sure to eviscerate their ex, Bachelor Clayton Echard. Some of Monday's mess was entertaining reality drama, and some got a little ugly. The first big question of the evening: are women required to finish things with all FWBs before appearing on The Bachelor? That's the philosophical dilemma surrounding the night's contestants' first target, Cassidy Timbrooks -- a villain who showed up early this season by putting her foot in her mouth and also making out with Clayton more than the other women would have liked . As Cassidy's competitor Sierra Jackson revealed to Clayton during the season, Cassidy had a welfare girlfriend at home — who she hadn't exactly broken up with before leaving for the show. do we care Given that 30 women performed that season and only one could ever be engaged, I have to admit that I don't. Jesse Palmer, this season's replacement for Chris Harrison, did his best to keep the room in order, but at several points, women yelled over him even as he tried to throw into the commercial break. Eventually, the room found its next subject: Shanae Ankney, who called Sierra a "narcissistic, gaslit bitch." If the treatment Cassidy received was harsh, what Shanae received was downright brutal — though viewers will no doubt remember and dutifully recap as highlight films, the anger she radiated was not without reason. It's more than #shrimpgate, one of the silliest bits of bachelor drama in recent memory. Aside from the more petty game strategies typically used by "bad guys" on this show to monopolize attention, Shanae was also called out for capable mistreatment of a competitor. Although Clayton has since apologized to Elizabeth, the contestant, for not knowing exactly what was going on in the house, Shanae accused another contestant, Genevieve Parisi, of being an actress, although she openly admitted that she runs her own show performed for her fiancé-to-be, rubbed people the wrong way. A fellow contestant called her a "reasonably priced Meryl Streep" Monday night.) When Shanae and Genevieve sat down across from Jesse Palmer for a two-on-one interview, things got even more intense. While Genevieve tried to ride the tidal wave against Shanae, her competitor tried to throw her off course by claiming Genevieve hooked up with another member of Bachelor Nation after she went home. (Again, I have to ask: Why are we concerned with who these women are sleeping with off-show?! But aside from her behavior toward certain individuals, what seemed to liven up the room against Shanae was her sheer, all-encompassing, unrepentant villainy . I mean, this is the woman who once crashed a group date to throw a trophy in a pond — an action Clayton himself called "unjustifiable" on Monday night. when asked for even a hint of remorse, she whispered "no." Did I mention that Clayton was one of the biggest villains of the night? When he spoke to Palmer about the experience of "looking back at things," in show parlance, he admitted our bachelor admits he might have made just a few (several) mistakes."I wish I would have done things differently," he said. "But as for regrets, I've got everything g in those moments." etan what I thought was best... That statement didn't sit well with Clayton's ex, who understandably wanted to know why he kept Shanae round despite repeated warnings from multiple attendees. "I'm not approaching you or anything," Sierra said. "Just one true question: why neglect all the words you hear from all these wonderful women... We all tell you that Shanae is toxic and hurts the whole house and she makes this one false excuse. She lies constantly, and you believe." you still above us all. Lyndsey Windham added: "Numerous of us have said it and I don't know, it's just frustrating to sit here and see you say that. I wish you would sit and admit that you had a better connection to Shanae than any of us. "I took care of you," Sierra told The Bachelor. "I said, 'I don't want him to make a stupid decision,' you know? I think you're confusing love and lust. And finally, one point of contention: Did the Bachelor cry on his first date with Sarah Hamrick? Bachelor presenter Jesse Palmer and Clayton Echard Craig Sjodin/ABC After the women had finished gorging on Clayton for a while, Sarah tried to garner some goodwill, despite several attendees insisting she was a lying gamer. She told Clayton it was "ironic" that he finally sent her home, accusing her of being disingenuous "because it feels like you did this to me... I've already done my best to get through the drama." to navigate … because I took care of you and our relationship. It feels like the person who kept putting me back in and stirring the pot was you.” Ultimately, the room wasn't on Sarah's side. But fun fact: you and Genevieve appear to have showed up in the same dress! But the final item on the agenda (after the requisite blooper roles) landed Clayton back in the hot seat when Sierra confronted him with one final question. She and other contestants shared that they already know how this season ends — including how often teased that Clayton tells three women he's in love with them. "I want to know exactly who you are to behave a certain way and treat these women a certain way and expose them to your behavior," she said. Teddi Wright posed a gentler but even more menacing question on the same subject: "Are you...


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