Now Natalie's in the hot seat, doing her best to pretend that she's not a shallow jewelry-obsessed dingbat. When Harrison brings up the million-dollar necklace and how it was too bad she and the necklace went home on separate flights, she curtly says, "I don't like jewelry, so it's OK," and then Harrison asks for her arm, on which she has enough bracelets to deflect bullets, like Wonder Woman. Some great old clips: like Natalie saying she doesn't want to be stereotyped because of her appearance. Maybe the camera adds ten pounds of unattractiveness? Natalie never did it for me. Even less so now, with her in damage-control mode. She says again that she's sick of being stereotyped as something she's not, and to prove that she talks about how tough it was to be in the house without her iPod, and she tried to avoid confrontation, but not getting the rose meant that it was "venting time." "I don't think you really went out of your way to avoid confrontation," says Harrison. I love you, Chris Harrison! Half the bachelorettes pile on Natalie, with Nikki in particular pointing out that they don't like her, not because of some imagined stereotype, but because of the things she said and did. Natalie argues, starts losing, and then says she doesn't want to argue. She's sick of being stereotyped because of arguing. Harrison thanks her for being in the hot seat. She's sick of being stereotyped as someone in the hot seat!
Jillian's up next! She looks sweet, hair straightened, wearing green. The other bachelorettes clap; they seem to like her too. Harrison asks if she's surprised by how much support she gets. Jillian calls it overwhelming because it's a once-in-a-lifetime experience, and Harrison says everyone saw something special between her and Jason. But ... it wasn't there. So everyone who "saw" that was wrong, Harrison!