Harrison asks Erica if it's a "game of lies" and Erica says it is so that's why, since she's such a morally upright person, she's not good at it. Harrison checks in with "America's Sweetheart" to see if she's still sleeping with "America's Douchebag" Kalon, and Lindzi makes everyone concerned for her mental well-being when she says Kalon is a "nice, sweet guy," and that he was "overlooked" on Emily's season. Overlooked? He was rude to Emily more than once and was finally given the heave-ho only when he called Emily's daughter "baggage."
And then Erica Rose decides to warn her about Kalon, but as usual whenever Erica Rose starts talking no one knows where the words are coming from at first because her mouth hardly moves. She needs to hold a ventriloquist's dummy and speak through that. And she warns Lindzi to "be careful" because she's seen Kalon around town with different women like at a movie premiere. When Harrison asks why Kalon and Erica have so much animosity towards each other, she laconically says "Kalon started it," basically, by saying Kalon "targeted" her years ago. Harrison asks Kalon if there's anything he needs to apologize for, and Kalon says, "Nope."
After a commercial break, Harrison brings Michael Stagliano up to the Softball Interview/Image Rehabilitation Seat, and Michael talks about how he was surprised to last more than a couple of episodes, given that he was a returning champion. We watch the Stagliano highlight package that lasts like TEN MINUTES and by this point the "most shocking" turn of events in Bachelor Pad history would be a one-hour episode.
We watch Erica R. go nuclear and take Michael S. down with her, and Michael says he did lie to her and he's not upset that she took him out, but he does think what she said at the time about Holly was uncalled for. Erica babbles about it and I have no idea whether she feels bad about that at all.
And then it turns out that Michael and Rachel aren't really a thing anymore, and he says he didn't feel there was enough there for a long-distance relationship, and Jaclyn accuses him of being a phony, and Erica thinks Rachel was led on as well, and Michael doesn't really have much to say to that.
After a commercial break, it's Jaclyn's turn in the hot seat, following another too-long-by-half highlight package, dominated by awkward-at-the-time-even-more-so-in-hindsight clips illustrating how much she digs Ed. Through the picture-in-picture, we see her watching the clips, and she doesn't seem too upset by everything, although we don't watch the scenes where Ed explicitly explained he doesn't LIKE like her, and then we go to Jaclyn whining about being betrayed by Rachel, which Jaclyn looks much more upset by as she watches it again.