OK, be honest: was anyone else hoping for a little bit more drama to go down at The Bachelor: Women Tell All special on Monday night? Sure, many of the ladies ganged up on Juan Pablo Galavis, calling the Bachelor out for his behavior on the show and his anti-gay comments, as well as accusing him of not taking his time on the ABC reality hit seriously. But it always felt like a segment ended or host Chris Harrison cut to commercial break just as things were getting really juicy.
And guess what? The actual taping of the Women Tell All was a lot more explosive than what ABC decided to air, which was basically like watching Wedding Crashers on TBS, still entertaining, but it's been stripped of its best parts.