'The Bachelor' Recap: Tierra's Sob Story and Sean's Skepticism
The remaining eleven girls of "The Bachelor" season 17 continued their race to win Sean Lowe's heart in the fifth episode. Tierra wanted to have a one-on-one date with Sean, but it's Lindsay who got the honor in the February 4 outing.
Lindsay and Sean were taken to Glacier National Park on a helicopter. There, they had a picnic and kissed a lot. They also joined local people at an outdoor concert by country singer Sarah Darling and Lindsay got the rose.
Selma, AshLee, Desiree, Catherine, Sarah, Lesley, Robyn and Daniella were on a group date, meaning that Jackie and Tierra would be on two-on-one date. The eight girls were divided into two groups for a relay race, which saw them canoeing, bucking hay, sawing logs, milking a goat and then drinking the milk.
The red team which consisted of Selma, Desiree, Sarah and Robyn won the race. However, instead of sending the losing team back, Sean invited the other girls to the night date as well. Desiree and Selma were not happy with this, as Robyn complained, "It's like we got nothing extra out of this."
Rubbing salt in the wound, Sean gave the rose in the group date to Daniella of the blue team. She earlier opened up to the bachelor about how hard it's for her to see his intimacy with the other girls. "I just don't want you to feel like I've forgotten about you or anything like that. Cuz that's the furthest thing from the truth," he assured her.
Next, Sean, Tierra and Jackie had a horseback riding date. During a private time with Sean, Jackie told him that Tierra was "flirting" with a cute guy at the airport.
Tierra, meanwhile, shared a story about her past relationship with a man who was in and out of rehab and then died in 2009. "I'm scared of losing someone again," she claimed.
Sean thought that his relationship with Jackie was "slower to develop," but realized that his relationship with Tierra "hasn't been really easy." In the end, he decided to give the rose to Tierra and sent Jackie home.
At a cocktail party, Sean noticed Tierra was fuming at the other girls, so he asked her what happened. "The girls are attacking me. ... It's frustrating because I am such a nice girl and no one gives me credit here!" so she claimed. Sean asked Lesley to tell the truth about Tierra, and she said that Tierra wasn't friends with anyone in the house.
Before the rose ceremony, Sean admitted to host Chris Harrison that he's "frustrated." He expressed his doubt, "Maybe I'm not going to find the person I'm supposed to spend the rest of my life with."
Sean then gave the roses to Selma, Catherine, Lesley, AshLee, Sarah and Desiree. Robyn was sent packing, saying in the limo, "He was someone I really cared for, and it hurts."
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