‘The Bachelor: The Women Tell All’ review: Caila Quinn’s ‘Bachelorette’ audition; Olivia Caridi drama

Caila -Yawn. That’s our feeling about “The Bachelor: The Women Tell All” every season. All of it constantly feels like the weirdest, most inauthentic reunion show that you’re ever going to see. The only real moments of earnestness tend to come from the bloopers, which unfortunately only tend to last for a few minutes.

Since it is our duty to identify some of the more interesting moments from this episode for our review, let’s go ahead and hand down a few notes on the more emotional segments on the show.

Jubilee is still super-interesting – While we understand that she may not be everyone’s cup of tea, she is the right sort of polarizing for the show. We really wish as a result of that she would be the Bachelorette.

People are still angry at Olivia Caridi – No surprise there. After all, this is going to be the sort of thing that she is hit with if she ever goes back on the show. The reality here is that there are many people who are probably just going to attack Olivia because of the fact that it gets them more airtime. Yes, she was too aggressive, but can’t we just move on? At least she apologized in some way to Amanda, though probably not enough.

Caila Quinn is the obvious Bachelorette pick – We don’t know how the show could set her up for the role any better. We’re not sure that she is the right choice, but we’re not a producer on the show.

Becca Tilley is still quiet – She’s super-likable, but is this why the show isn’t considering her more?

Ben is diplomatic – He always is. We don’t think that he really wants to hurt any of the women, but he was certainly very accommodating given everything that’s happened this season.

Ultimately, let’s just be happy we’re moving on to the finale. Grade: C-.

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