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Drama Mammas

by Christie Humphries

kvue.com

Posted on February 5, 2013 at 8:51 AM

 

It’s always amazing to me how one girl can create so much drama in the house. I believe that Tierra is a nut job, but I don’t think she is as bad as the girls and the producers are making her out to be. If she wants to isolate herself and isn’t interested in pillow fights and braiding your hair…then leave her alone. If she really is “there for the wrong reasons”, then Sean will figure it out and send her home or he’ll pick the crazy girl like Jake and Ben did and figure it out later. Either way, if you waste your time with Sean talking about Tierra or spend your time picking fights with her, you’re going home. This was extremely evident tonight when Sean chose to send home both Robyn, who was picking fights with Tierra, and Jackie, who took her alone time to tell Sean about Tierra flirting with some guy at the airport rather than taking that time to charm him into keeping her around. The only thing all this drama does is draw more of Sean’s attention to Tierra! The one person the girls want him to forget.
 
I think Lindsay got off easy this week by scoring the one on one date the first day in Montana and managing to get a rose before all of the drama started. The other women were forced to battle it out farm-hand style in the mountains of Montana. Poor Desiree chugged goat’s milk for the chance to get some one-on-four time as the winning team, only to have to share him with all of the other women, because Sean didn’t feel like sending the LOSERS home after all. What is this 3rd Grade? Not everyone gets a trophy Sean. You should have rewarded the winning team by giving them that date. Bringing the others girls back just showed them that you had stronger feelings for the other girls and made them feel like their efforts were not appreciated.   And not only that, but you took additional time away from those girls to reward Tierra for sneaking out of the hotel like a psycho needy stalker and reassure her that the two on one date invitation wasn’t a slap in the face. I think the real losers tonight were the viewers.    Not unlike the Super Bowl…at times the commercials were more entertaining.

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