'The Bachelor: The Women Tell All' Has Lots Of Emotional Spiel And Waterworks

Posted: Mar 3 2015, 3:40am CST | by , Updated: Mar 3 2015, 4:04am CST, in News | Latest TV News


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With “The Bachelor: The Women Tell All” episode airing on television, lots of emotional spiel and waterworks appeared to take place from the side of the females.

“The Bachelor: The Women Tell All” had audiences glued to their TV screens on Monday. There was heart-to-heart talk about feelings and wishy washy stuff and many of the femme fatales burst into tears on more than one occasion. Those females who had been eliminated took their time to talk about the past which they would never forget. And those who had reached the finale were notably absent from the rows upon rows of beautiful singles.

Kaitlyn, the bachelorette who was weeded out the previous week was puzzled by her elimination. She had been headed for the Rose Ceremony in Bali and didn’t know what went wrong somewhere along the way to heaven. Chris Soules, the bachelor, spoke of how he faced a difficult choice selecting between the last three lovely ladies. They were equally luscious and had attractive personalities and so he was spoilt for choice.

Kaitlyn was upset that Chris had not talked with her before selecting Becca. And as for Jade, she got chucked out thanks to her past as a Playboy playmate. The nude pics were too much of an embarrassment for Chris to pick her from the trio. Kelsey spoke of how she should have been the chosen one. And Ashley and Kelsey later on buried the hatchet and let bygones be bygones. 

Britt, another girl, began crying openly. She claimed that Carly’s interference caused Chris to reject her. Had it not been for her nosey meddlesome acts, maybe she could have been the lucky gal pal of Chris Soules. Ashley proved to be so low in the IQ department that she thought a pomegranate was an onion. Boy, you have to hand it to the airheads and bimbos you find on the otherwise intelligent show.

In this episode most of the ladies got to vent their true feelings regarding all the feuds and cat-fights that had occurred earlier. And they also told Chris where he had faltered and failed them. After all, justice delayed is justice denied! The repartee and badinage between Britt and Carly took up a huge chunk of valuable time from the earlier half of the show.

Kelsey discussed her late husband and things took a different turn from there since someone else had termed her a black widow which was the worst insult possible for someone who really missed the presence of her deceased life partner in her existence on earth.   

Kaitlyn spoke to Chris regarding how he had never given her a chance to explain her situation. She felt that he had cut her off prematurely from the conversation. At least he could have given her a hint.

Jade criticized Chris for his judgmental attitude towards her. She felt he had been too draconian in his manner towards her controversial past. It seems Chris Soules and his bevy of beauties still have a long way to go before full resolution.

Love is indeed a psychotic madness yet it is its own cure too. The candle lights, the roses and the emotional humidity…it all added up in the end. The psychological jealousies and female viles that got explored on the hour long show was something which had the onlookers and viewers in a tizzy.

Especially when one of the women would break down in rivulets of tears running down her cheekbones, it got very tragic and painful. Chris meanwhile was in a tough fix. The handsome and smart dude was literally stuck between a rock and a hard place. It was indeed a case of damned if I do and damned if I don’t! The quotable quote rings true here that: women…you can’t live with them and you can’t live without them. 

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