Even after most of the "ladies" have left the scene, Tierrarist is still ranting and raving at Robyn -- and just as she's delivering her "I will bite, I am a Scorpio" threat... Sean walks through the room! And the dude just keeps on walking, because he wants nothing to do with that whole sorry scene. "I turn the corner and saw Tierra so angry," he marvels. "That blows me away. I don't know if the girls are picking on her, ganging up on her… or maybe she does act differently when she's not around me." Ya think??? Still, the Bachelor's idea of "getting to the bottom of it" is to ask Tierra what happened... and of course she gives him a whole "these girls are seriously attacking me for everything" song and dance. Frustrated, he asks Lesley for details as to why all of the "ladies" want to wrap Tierra in a tarp and dump her in the river, but the most he gets out of her is that Tiny T is "cold" to the other women when he's not around.
Help him, Obi-Wan Harrison! You're his only hope! "Was Montana a good week, as far as what you needed?" the host asks Sean, who shakes his head sadly. "No. It got started great with my one-on-one with Lindsay, and it's downhill after that... Nights like tonight, I'm not sure that my wife is in there." After getting all of that off his chest, Sean feels strong enough to perform his rose duties -- but only after giving the ladies a stern, "I'm leaving this week with more questions" talking-to. The flowers go to Selma, Catherine, Lesley, AshLee, Sarah, and Desiree... meaning it's Robyn who must take the ride in the Reject Limo. Sorry, honey. But hopefully you can take some comfort in knowing that you're the first African-American woman to make it to episode five since... ever?
One night down, one to go, rose lovers! Let's hear your thoughts on night one of this two-part Bachelorpalooza, and don't forget to check out Chris Harrison's blog on PopWatch. Now, go hydrate and refuel. We've got a long "journey" ahead of us.