'The Bachelor: Women Tell All': Courtney laments 'nobody gives you a manual on how to be on 'The Bachelor'
When Courtney finally comes out, some of the audience members actually cheer for her, which to me means that the same production assistants who attached a fish to her fishing rod on that one group date are there jabbing audience members with hot pokers.
Courtney starts off by talking about how terrified she is and regrets she has and that the women are totally fair to be mad at her - Kacie rolls her eyes, as do I at home. You don't just get to be a horrible person all season and then cry a little and apologize and have us think you are one bit sincere or nice. If you were sincere or nice, you wouldn't have behaved that way all season because sincere, nice people don't behave that way.
The girls, as do I, believe that Courtney is there just to repair her image. It's coming across as really transparent and phony. Her big excuse is that she was "extremely uncomfortable," which - what does that even mean? And she was "trying to keep her head above water" and Emily points out that everybody was in the same situation and they didn't resort to being like Courtney.
Casey pipes up - she really seems like she doesn't have two brain cells to rub together. Pipe down, Casey with the boyfriend at home.
Jennifer finally brings it up that Courtney apologized TO BEN, but not to any of them.
Thank you! And Courtney is on the verge of tears, but I have no sympathy. You reap what you sow, lady! You have this coming to you for being horrible to these ladies.
She then goes on to apologize and say she never in a million years thought it would turn out like this and press has been so horrible and it's hard on her family - um, I just comment on what YOU did, lady. I don't make stuff up. You behaved the way you did. You made your bed, now lie in it. Maybe what's hard on your family is realizing what a horrible daughter they raised, someone who could behave that way on national TV.
"Nobody gives you a manual on how to be on 'The Bachelor' and how to handle things." - Um, she acts like she doesn't live in the world. You behave like a human being! You be nice! And polite! You make friends!
It's not rocket science.
Hey, it's crazy Jenna! She still has nothing to contribute.
Courtney cries and says she takes it all back. "I did the best I could" - really? That's your best? That's pretty ugly.
She claims to have emotions and says she doesn't like being torn apart in the tabloids and that she didn't think it through. Well, an easy solution is to not give the press things to lambast you about - like being MEAN and HORRIBLE.
So, what did you think about Courtney's segment on "The Women Tell All"?