Judging from the reaction shots we see, none of the women are particularly forthcoming with acceptance of that apology.
Are we done with Tierra yet? Oh, that's right WE HAVE TWO HOURS TO FILL. We're down to asking Tierra about controlling her eyebrow. "Who cares about my eyebrow?" asks Tierra, who is nevertheless quite happy to tell us her eyebrow has its own Twitter account. As for the sparkle thing? Hey, that's just something her dad told her when she was Little Miss Nevada, so there's no reason why it should be the fuel for anyone's fire. Sure! I mean, I used to praise my daughter when she'd successfully go on the potty, but I hope she'll have a higher standard for herself when SHE'S IN HER TWENTIES.
And then Harrison points out the huge rock on her finger, which almost covers up her weird ballsack tattoo on her finger. "How did this happen?" Harrison asks, pausing briefly before adding,"...so quickly?" No one's super-impressed by Tierra's explanation that it was someone she was seeing before The Bachelor and they rekindled things afterwards. Then she is weirdly cagey when Harrison asks when she actually got engaged, and she finally admits it happened in January. As for the rumors that it's a hoax? "What haven't I heard about Tierra?" says TIERRA. How often do you think Tierra Googles her own name? Gotta be every five minutes at least, right? Then she says she's got a good man and that's all that matters. If any audience is wedding-starved, it's The Bachelor's, and no one looks happy for her.
Tierra is finally gone, back off to obscurity, so it's time for everyone to condescendingly fawn over Sarah and how she captured everyone's hearts or whatever. We get a montage -- remember when Sean made her feel that she could everything she wants? Remember when he respected her so much that he dumped her early instead of letting her stay to the next rose ceremony? Sarah looks rather uncomfortable watching the dumping over and over again, at least until we mercifully have the picture-in-picture pulled off, because her eyes are welling up again.
She says it was hard to watch, and then natters on about how Sean saw her in a more vulnerable state than she's ever been in, and talked about things she never even talked about with her best friend. She thought he "could have been" the one. Her whole life, she says, she's been strung along by guys who eventually dump her by telling her "You're great, but it's just not meant to be," and she acknowledges that a lot of women can relate to that. In her case, she tries not to let herself feel that it's because she's got only one arm, and eventually Harrison patronizingly sends her off by telling her everyone is the better for having gotten to know her. Well, that explains why we spent three segments with Tierra and just one with Sarah, right?