Wow, I didn’t miss so many of these people. Women Tell All can be hit or miss, but in Mean Girl seasons, it basically results in them trying to justify their horrible behavior on national television. And God knows there was no shortage of horrible behavior this season – a mere half hour to Women Say It All, and I was already exhausted. At the time, I couldn’t believe we were halfway there. Even Chris Harrison described the meeting as “very emotional, very heated.”
Almost from the start, the Mean Girls squad proved that they had learned nothing at all, especially Victoria. You can’t blame Katie for causing the toxicity in the house just because she was the one who pointed it out, Chelsea! That house was as toxic as a cesspool, and if you didn’t see it, you were probably part of the problem. God bless Katie for continuing to hold her ground throughout the entire process. Chelsea, I’m disappointed in you.
At least Anna apologized to Brittany and said she had no justification for spreading a false rumor about her, and rightly so, because there is nothing in the world that can fix that. Just going through that whole situation again only served to highlight how horrible this show can be: Thank you Brittany for saying that there is nothing wrong with the sex industry, but there is definitely something wrong with lying about it.
Unlike Anna, Victoria’s apologies were less than convincing. It is a total bummer for me to accuse someone of being “super sensitive” for being offended by something you have said. You know what? If something you said hurts someone, it’s hurtful. Victoria teased the other girls a bit, but not as much as she deserved. Much less Katie, which doesn’t make any sense.
Realizing that watching these women fight for 120 minutes would be even more exhausting, the producers showed various non-broadcast activities that were actually much more fun than they did in the regular episodes. I guess they had to make room for all the drama, but they would rather see these women having fun together rather than criticizing each other all the time. Although having their hand reached into a bug box to get an engagement ring was a bit degrading.
But that seems to be the point, I guess. Everything is degrading. When Matt finally comes out with 30 minutes left in the game (not a fan of the beard, by the way), he was overly apologetic (to Victoria, of all people) and the other Bad Girls for his heinous behavior. Sure, I guess it’s hard to be on a reality show. But there is no reason to insult while you are there. Matt seems like a very nice guy, but throughout the season, for the most part, his refusal to take a position has been problematic.
Except … took one In the past week with his Instagram statement against the show. And now it’s been recently announced that former NFL star Emmanuel Acho will host the After The Final Rose event. Given everything that’s happened since the show ended, depending on who Matt ends up with, that The episode should be interesting. Unlike the WTA, which managed to be both horrible and boring, quite a feat!
- “Previously recorded on February 4, 2021”, that is, five days before Chris Harrison spoke to Rachel Lindsay on Extra.
- Oh hi Victoria, why weren’t you asking those direct questions about the validity of Anna’s rumor when she did I tell you first?
- Abigail definitely deserved better, and Matt still seems to have a thing for Serena P.
- He couldn’t care less that MJ is afraid of birds!
- malaise = not a word
- Too late Serena C., everyone already saw what you did.
- Victoria: “I have learned a lot.” I like how to use an effective under eye concealer. And use crocodile tears.
- Bad move on bloopers to show funny scenes like one with Tayshia and Jojo that wasn’t even aired. Because watching people run away from bees is boring.
- I can’t help but wish I announced that Katie was the new bachelorette party at the end, only to see the expressions on Victoria et al’s faces.
- Next week: See you in the fancy suites, all of you.