February 23, 2009 09:00 AM by Joe Reality
With only two bachelorettes left, it’s time for “The Women Tell All” episode of The Bachelor. Just as in previous The Bachelor seasons, viewers can look forward to the claws really coming out as Jason Mesnick faces the women he rejected. In addition, Trista and Ryan Sutter and Charlie O’ Connell and Sarah Brice will return to update viewers on their lives since their appearances on the show.
Host Chris Harrison will lead Jason Mesnick in discussion on some of the most exciting moments of the season. Some of these moments occurred on-air, while other of these moments occurred off-air, such as what happened in the camping tent with Molly.
The eliminated bachelorettes will get a chance to put it to Jason in a grueling question and answer session. An emotional Jillian gets a chance to express how she was truly in love with Jason and to confront him on why he dealt her the “friend card.”
In addition to questioning Jason, the eliminated bachelorettes discuss their lives in the mansion. The other women wind up confronting Megan about her “potty mouth,” and Lauren even claims that she was actually scared of Megan. Megan isn’t one to keep quiet though, and she takes on all the other women and defends her actions.
Also, Natalie talks about her dramatic exit from the show and how shocked she was when she later watched the remaining women talking about her. The other women provide some additional feedback on why they were so happy to see Natalie get sent home.
In addition to the talk about the current season of The Bachelor, “The Women Tell All” episode will feature the return of some past Bachelor and Bachelorette couples. Trista and Ryan Sutter will give advice on how they proved to be one of the rare couples to avoid The Bachelor curse and stay together after the show. Trista and Ryan have been together for six years, and they are expecting their second child. Charlie O’ Connell and Sarah Brice will also talk about how their relationship has developed since the show.
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