I do not agree with the bolded portion...no one should expect this sort of thing on any show, if they had expressed an objection to it earlier. If it happened, she had to have agreed to it and for her to do that, she would have to been assured that she was to be "the one". I also remember him saying a couple of times to her that she and his sister would be best friends. He led her on, in a personal way, he did not the others.
She did start out controling her emotions, it was only after he said "I decided I needed more fun in my life and I knew I would not find it with you". Not until that point, did she show extreme emotions. I was shocked, he was so unaware or tuned in to what he said and the effect it would have on her. He brought it into a personal arena!
As well as Ashley was able to control her emotions, when she left after being rejected, she wasn't able to here. Whatever was said or done during the over night date...was serious enough for her not to be unable to control her feelings.
Also, when Sean was asked what happened on the overnight dates, Sean said, I would say, "it is none of your business."
If something had not happened on at least one of the dates, Sean would not mind being ask the question and would have responded with something like..."We sure got a lot of talking done." or whatever....
If this is the case, and I see it as a real possibility, after the post by tinderbox; I am glad she let him have it on national T.V. I hope she was able to let it all out and felt better afterwards. This probally cost her the chance of being on "The Bachelorette". That's why it had to be serious.
Hi all. I know a lot of you disagree with me about him calling her a liar and I do not think anyone here is attacking me
He was adamant and he could have handled it by saying right at the start ... that he obviously said something that misled her and that he was sorry.
He looked odd .... and not affronted. I really think he thought she was going to reveal more than necessary. Only two people know what was said and done in the fantasy suite ... and I'm not one of them.
"The way to become boring is to say everything." Voltaire
" The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated. "
The average dog is a nicer person than the average person
From HIS perspective, he's trying to ease her feelings of insecurity by telling her how strongly she turns him on.
From HER perspective, she hears that he doesn't have feelings for the other girls.
That would also explain her "I thought you were a southern gentleman" comment.
And call me dense, but I can't understand how being a southern gentleman would make AshLee believe he would go to her house after eliminating her.
And finally, what if AshLee later heard that he DID sleep with one of the other ladies after rejecting HER. That might explain the bitterness in her voice when she made the "southern gentleman" comment.
Well that would explain Ashlee's outfit or lack thereof at the rose ceremony.
And I think that if nothing else, Sean is smart enough to know that having sex with AshLee and then sending her home after claiming that all any of them did was 'talk' would cause serious problems with his F1. I just don't think he would set himself up for that -- especially since he had to realize she was a bit unstable.
But also I find it curious that if that were all true and she was feeling so hurt by what she thinks he said in the FS, why didn't she bring that up when she was leaving? He wanted to talk; that would have been a great time to ask why he lied to her, if in fact she really thinks that's what happened.
I agree with the posters who say she wanted to hurt him, because he destroyed HER fantasy.