Back at dinner, the "winning" team members are complaining to each other -- not to Sean -- and Selma is so mad that she's talking about herself in the third person. The losers arrive, and Sean seems utterly oblivious to what an ass he's being. He says he understands why the Red team didn't want the Blue team to come back, but that's because they forget that they are women. So silly!
And oh god, here comes Tierra down the street. We actually see her arrive in the background while Sean is doing an interview, and she sneaks up behind him and covers his eyes with her hands.
And when we come back from commercial, we watch that happen again for some reason, like WE JUST SAW THIS FIVE MINUTES AGO. And then Sean has to pretend to be happy to see this crazy woman showing up. Tierra explains to us that she doesn't care what people think of her -- well, that's clear -- but she's got to do what's right for her. Anyway, in contrast to what she said before, she now says she's pissed about the two-on-one. She calls it a huge slap in the face, and how Sean doesn't say, "Well, you're not going to have to go on it, or any other date now because you're going home immediately," I don't understand, until I remember that he seems to be an idiot.
Tierra flounces off, all proud of herself for stalking Sean like this, and Sean hustles back to the other eight women, who are now jockeying for Sean's time. AshLee interrupts Desiree -- who should get some sort of goat's-milk-chugging free pass tonight -- and starts blathering at Sean's face about how she has a "soul connection" with him. "I just adore you," she says. They start kissing, but I think he might have been doing that to shut her up. "I can honestly say I am falling in love with him," she says.
Back at the house, the two-on-one card arrives. "Love is a wild ride," it says. Tierra's patting herself on the back for her pre-emptive strike tonight, which Jackie has no idea about.