Rose ceremony, three roses to hand out. Desiree would celebrate if Tierra went home, since Tierra is such a mess. Chris Harrison lectures them about how disappointing they all were, with the drama and whatnot, and how much better behaved they were in Canada (glad to see we've rubbed off on them) and how much more pleased Sean is this week. Nice job, ladies!
And then Sean comes in and says "y'all" a bunch of times and then gets to the roses. Lindsay and Ashlee get the first two, so it's down to Daniella, Tierra and Selma for the last one. I know who I'd pick, but I have a brain (although if I'm being honest it wouldn't be my brain making the call on this one), and so I'm not at all surprised when Sean gives the rose to Tierra. Obviously it wasn't going to be Daniella. Selma looks stricken, since her last-ditch family-shaming wasn't enough. She hugs Sean, who gallantly tells her he really enjoyed getting to know her. Man, Tierra doesn't even look happy to have won! Selma tells us she's leaving with a heartbreak and a memory, and she couldn't believe he gave that last rose to Tierra. "I honestly don't think that Tierra is the right person for Sean, and he'll soon see that too."
Daniella can't believe that after not getting to spend time with Sean that she's now going home. "I was vulnerable and I want to find love really badly," she says, and she starts to cry and pout.
Sean wants to let the other women know that that was very difficult -- for him -- but he reassures them that they are TOTALLY his top six, which probably gives them a nice warm romantic glow. And as much as he loved Canada, it's time to "heat things up." So they have to bring their bikinis, he says, even though this show just proved that they have to bring their bikinis even when they're going to a frozen lake in Canada. They're going to St. Croix!
And then during the credits Sean tells a story about a time when he was a kid and pissed in a desk and Lindsay thinks it's hilarious but I'm pretty sure everyone else watched this and found it as horrifying and unsettling as I did.
Daniel is a writer in Newfoundland with a wife and a daughter. When Sean and the bachelorettes arrived, he felt a great disturbance in the Force, eh. Follow him on Twitter (@DanMacEachern) or email him at email@example.com.