Season 19, Women Tell All: Points

“Can I just say something?” Too bad that question wasn’t a points category because I heard it about 35 times from the peanut gallery last night.

Nothing was really clarified, though. I don’t think Kaitlyn, Britt, or Jade got the closure they were hoping for from Chris. Carly emerged as a pseudo-villain. Ashley S., fresh off her onion farm, pranced around the stage. I’d love to get her going on a “9/11 was an inside job” rant. Kelsey cemented her role as the least sympathetic widow in the history of television. Chris Harrison wrote a romance novel (?) that I’d only consider buying to be ironic.

In other words, it was classic Bach.

Remember, these points are optional, and you can choose in your league if you want to award them to your teams post mid-season draft or from episode 1.

  • Ashley S.: 25 points
    • Getting chosen for a one-on-one interview with Chris Harrison (25 points)
  • Britt: 65 points
    • Getting chosen for a one-on-one interview with Chris Harrison (25 points)
    • Crying on camera (25 points)
    • Asking Chris Soules why he got rid of her (15 points)
  • Carly: 30 points
    • Crying on camera (25 points)
    • Apologizing to another contestant (5 points)
  • Jade: 65 points
    • Crying on camera (25 points)
    • Getting chosen for a one-on-one interview with Chris Harrison (25 points)
    • Asking Chris Soules why he got rid of her (15 points)
  • Kaitlyn: 40 points
    • Getting chosen for a one-on-one interview with Chris Harrison (25 points)
    • Asking Chris Soules why he got rid of her (15 points)
  • Kelsey: 75 points
    • Crying on camera (25 points)
    • Apologizing to another contestant (5 points)
    • Mentioning a deceased loved one (10 points)
    • Mentioning a previous fiance or husband (10 points)
    • Getting chosen for a one-on-one interview with Chris Harrison (25 points)
  • Megan: 10 points
    • Mentioning a deceased loved one (10 points)
  • Trina: 20 points
    • Saying “I’m not here to make friends” (20 points)
    • Editor’s note: she said, “It’s the Bachelor; you’re not here to make friends!” but it’s damn close so we’re giving it to her.

 

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15 thoughts on “Season 19, Women Tell All: Points

  1. Chazz Reinhold says:

    Kaitlyn admitted that she still has feelings for Chris didn’t she? Britt might have also.

    • Bach Fantasy says:

      We didn’t catch that but someone else commented that too! We’ll rewatch tonight and post an update if so. Thank you!

    • Bach Fantasy says:

      Okay, we officially rewatched and no one admitted they still had feelings for Chris.

  2. Meghan says:

    Did Juelia mention a dead husband too?

    • Bach Fantasy says:

      Good question, Meghan! I think I’ll have to go back and rewatch to make sure she doesn’t reference him. I originally heard her say: “I have a story I could’ve used too” but she didn’t actually mention her husband at all. Unless I’m mistaken?

  3. Tony says:

    There was no category for mentioning a deceased loved on. Why did Kelsey get points?

    • Bach Fantasy says:

      We were still scoring using our usual points in addition to the special Women Tell All points. The category for mentioning a deceased loved one is ALIVE AND WELL. See what we did there?

  4. Ann says:

    Didn’t Britt mention she still had feelings for Chris

  5. Melanie says:

    Hi! Any updates to the scoring based on above? I am eager to sent out my weekly Bachelor PowerPoint deck, chock full of analysis.

  6. Jess Gamble says:

    Any news on how scoring is going to go for the upcoming Bachelorette Season?? Very eager to hear!! :)

    • Bach Fantasy says:

      Hi Jess! We are in the midst of figuring it now and we’ll have an announcement soon. I like your Bachdedication. Stay tuned! :)

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