Harrison asks AshLee if she knew Tierra would be so pissed during their confrontation (she didn't think Tierra would have the guts to talk back, apparently), and Lesley makes a joke about how Tierra's sparkle didn't sparkle that big, whatever that means. Probably should have worked on your line a bit more, Lesley.
The general consensus is that Tierra was a big ol' faker, and Brooke (remember her? Me neither) offers the non-interesting "y'all are just jealous you didn't pull that shit" theory, and is roundly booed and burned at the stake.
Harrison asks the women if any of them think Tierra ruined their own chances at love with Sean. Robyn (remember her? Me neither) thinks she focused so much on Tierra that she didn't -- I don't know, make Sean love her more? Whatever her explanation is, I'm not sure it can really be laid at Tierra's feet.
There seems to be a little bit of live-television confusion coming back from commercial -- because this is only Season 17, after all, so they're still working out the kinks -- and then Harrison urges everyone not to stone Tierra when she comes out. There is some applause from the audience, but that quickly dies down, and it's deathly quiet in the studio after she walks out.
She sits down with Harrison, who asks if Tierra ever thought she'd be "that girl" that everyone talks about in this way, and Tierra says "yes and no" because of how she walks into a room she brings "this joy and this smile" but when people immediately judge her and don't let her have that light and be open and show her personality, she's judged on her looks instead of her "inner person." She makes not a LICK of sense, and Sean asks if she's nervous. She is, and Tierra says she never thought she'd be in the "hot seat" as if this isn't the biggest softball interview Tierra could ever do.
Her revisionist history has her wishing she could have thrown away the first-impression rose, because it put a target on her back. You know, instead of treating it like it was her due. Harrison gently points out that it's not like every woman who gets the first-impression rose winds up hated. Tierra says it's because the other women thought she didn't want to be friends with them, a defense that doesn't seem so strong when she admits that she didn't want to be friends with them.
Harrison: If not actually friends, why not be, you know, friendly? Tierra says not everybody could be that way, and there were a handful of girls who were rude to her. Harrison asks if she felt she was in a group of "mean girls" and Tierra says every woman on the show talked about other women. Except for her, of course, who never mentioned anyone by name or called her a "b-i-t-c-h." She's so sweet, she can't even swear!