And now Elyse and Jaclyn are taking turns. Blakeley brings up Emily's apology, and Harrison asks Courtney why she threw it back at her. Courtney doesn't answer -- she just says she shouldn't have. Nicki wants to know why she apologized in Switzerland, when it was finally down to just a few women left. Harrison asks if anyone believes her, or if she's just there to repair her image. Jennifer is in the "image!" camp. Seems like everyone is. Kacie talks about the "constant little jabs," and says she gets Courtney regrets it now, but why did she think it was OK at the time. Courtney talks about how uncomfortable she was, and it gets pointed out that they were all in the same boat. Casey S. tries the "Hey, we ALL said mean things to each other!" and is shouted down, especially by Emily, who wants to know how it is that they're all friends, EXCEPT for Courtney. Emily then lays into Courtney as well, and Courtney responds by shaking her head sadly, looking up at the ceiling, and doing her best to imagine what sadness feels like, so her eyes will well up with tears. "What does it feel like when a pet dies? Would THAT make me cry?"
After a commercial break, Harrison is all, "What's up with all the women questioning your sincerity?" and she says, "Maybe if they got to know me better!" and she says "Sorry" again, and then Harrison asks how her family is handling it, because "the press has been relentless." Courtney says it's affected her family negatively, and it's the hardest thing she's ever been through.
Jenna the drunk love blogger sticks up for Courtney, because she thinks it will help her, but none of the other women are having it. Blakeley tries talking to Courtney some more and Courtney then eventually starts crying. For what it's worth, it seems like the kind of crying someone does when they're in trouble, not when they're sorry. And it kinda looks like she's doing her best to shed a tear for the cameras. Priceless skeptical look on Emily's face right now. Courtney wails a bunch of nonsense about how she didn't think things through, like it takes some kind of human-relationship-savant to know that being civil to people is generally the way society works best. Anyway, Courtney heads outside to an awaiting limo, just as the rejected women -- as well as a few women in the audience -- start taking out their earrings in preparation.