And now we're going to spend time on the "Tierra is crazy" plotline. That does seem to be the consensus of the remaining women. In fairness to Tierra, they do seem to be discussing how tough it is to see such a sweetheart like Jackie go home RIGHT IN FRONT OF TIERRA, which seems a little shitty, although who knows with this show. They keep using the same shot of Tierra looking pissed, so the seams are really starting to show on this travesty. Tierra goes off to sulk and say things like, "I honestly wish I was a fighter. I honestly do, because I would beat the shit out of these bitches" and you're like, "Oh, right. She's evil. I guess I get it, then."
Tierra goes off to sit by herself -- playing the "damsel in distress" routine, according to Robyn, who decides to tell her off. "I'm so sick of her. I will make this the Bad Girls Club," she tells us. Lesley comes along for backup, instead of everybody just leaving it alone.
Tierra fights back when they confront her, and you know what -- it's not like she's wrong when she says she's tired of them all talking about her (because they are doing that). She feebly tries to pretend that she's only nice when the cameras are rolling because of anxiety or some other bullshit. And she also says that if she wanted to be engaged, she could easily get engaged. Well, that would seem to go against the point of this show. "There are plenty of fucking guys in the world," she says.
Lesley and Catherine, who also showed up, turn tail and report back to the other women (yeah, maybe you guys should all leave this alone), leaving Robyn alone to listen to Tierra's rant about how her stinger comes out when she's angry.
This last bit comes out just as Sean goes walking by. He hears it, and wants to know if maybe Tierra is different when he's not around. He pulls her aside to find out what's going on, and she is of course sweetness and light and says she's a really nice girl and the other women keep attacking her.