There's another date card at the house: It's for AshLee and Selma, says Tierra. But it's not actually for Selma, just AshLee, and Tierra was making a ... joke? ... by pretending it was also for someone else? Sarah babbles for hours about how "not cool" that was.
Back on the date, Amanda is explaining to Sean that she's everything he's looking for in a woman, and if they were to get married, "I will bring such a light, airy, fun atmosphere," she tells him. Desiree talks a whole lot of shit about how different Amanda is with Sean than she is with everyone else.
Kacie takes note of the growing tension between Desiree and Amanda, and decides she's going to warn Sean about the drama, because there's nothing better than the contestant who thinks she's not interested in the drama but tattles about drama between others? You can see Sean's eyes go dead when he realizes where this is going. "Why are you saying something to me?" he asks. "Why are you involving yourself in this?" And then this: "I want you to act like Kacie, not this crazy person that I'm seeing," says Sean. It's like a car crash, with Kacie full aware of how terrible a decision this was, but unable to pull out of it. I mean, when you are told to your face that you are acting like a "crazy person" by the Bachelor, that's not a successful date.
And then Sean goes and gives the rose to Lindsay, and Kacie says she's scared of what's going to happen to her now. Wait, are they executing eliminated contestants now?
Oh, right, AshLee is the one who makes a living by helping people put things in boxes and hang them up. "Nothing will or can go wrong today," she tells us. That means she's going home, right.
But before Sean arrives, Tierra falls down the stairs, and lies there comatose. Sean arrives and is concerned about what's happened. "As a guy who's had several concussions, my first thought is we need to get her to a hospital," says Sean.
Once the paramedics arrive and get her in a neck brace, that's when Tierra starts talking about how she wants to be left alone, and by this point the eye-rolling is going on in full force. "Maybe Sean is her magic potion," says Catherine. AshLee -- making sure to tell us she's a smart woman -- says Tierra's the boy who cried wolf. She says that Tierra didn't want to go to the hospital because she knows that when she gets there, the medical staff will know there's nothing wrong with her.