Chris stupidly asks if the date in Napa Valley signified the "beginning of the end" for Christi. Well duh. Everybody laughs at the inherent stupidity of Chris's question. Chris asks Christi why this was the case. Jesus, you just showed the damned clips! Not content to repeat things over and over, now Chris is begging the women to repeat things that we've already seen five times. She had a meltdown, okay? Well, maybe I spoke too soon: Christi uses the opening to blame everything but her own personality -- it was a long date; there was wine; Suzanne put a hex on her; Osama bin Laden spoke to her in the bathroom mirror, et cetera. Chris brings up Aaron's camera comments about Christi's behavior being reminiscent of Fatal Attraction. Everybody laughs. Christi insists that she's never boiled a bunny. Then she says she was very surprised to hear Aaron make those sorts of comments. She thinks they're ridiculous. She says, "Call me an emotional basket case if you have to [I think it's clear that we do], you know, but I don't think anything I did was remotely close to a Fatal Attraction or to anything that's psychotic." We see shots of the other women looking sort of uncomfortable with their fake smiles. In their heads, they're all thinking, "Reee! Reee! Reee! Reee!" Christi gamely notes, at the uncomfortable silence, that not everybody agrees.
Chris asks Christi how her appearance on the show has changed her life. He points out that Christi is now known nationally as some crazy, emotional woman. Christi says that it's been a "character-building" experience for her, because she knows that people are going to have opinions about her now before they ever even talk to her. She says she has to laugh about it now, because otherwise she doesn't know how else she'll make it through. By crying incessantly, I imagine. Chris asks how men have reacted to her appearances. She says she's shocked. She thought nobody would want to date her after seeing her on television, but she claims that she has been asked out more in the past month than she has in her entire life. Although, knowing Christi, she probably thinks she's been "asked out" when the bagboy offers to push her groceries out to the car. Alternatively, I think a lot of men are looking forward to telling their friends, "Hey guys, I boffed that crazy chick from The Bachelor! No, the blonde one!" Everybody applauds at this information, which I find rather insulting to her, like Christi is some sort of contestant in the Special Olympics of dating and deserves praise just for not throwing up on the guy. She says she has a new boyfriend. Somewhere, all the hairs on the back of some bagboy's neck suddenly stand up. Chris asks if she's in love with this guy already. Christi says no. Not until she makes sure he bags the cleaning supplies separately from the canned goods.