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‘Bachelor’ Ben Tells Casey: ‘I Think You Should Go Home,’ Jamie Also Sent Packing

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Feb. 7 2012, Published 6:00 a.m. ET

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By RadarOnline.com Staff

Ben Flajnik sent two more beauties home on Monday’s The Bachelor: Casey, who couldn’t get over her ex; and Jamie, whose last minute attempt to seduce Ben came up empty.

Casey -- who admitted she's "completely in love" with an old flame -- said she "broke up with him because he wasn't going to compromise and then we got back together.

"Maybe I should be in therapy," Casey said.

Irked, the 29-year-old winemaker curtly gave Casey her walking papers.

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"I wish you would have been more honest with me earlier on," he said, adding, "there were women who I sent home who genuinely wanted to be here.

"I don't sugarcoat things, and I think you should go home."

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At the rose ceremony, Ben chose Emily over Jamie to give his final rose to, despite Jamie’s eleventh hour efforts, getting hot and heavy with a lap dance at the cocktail party to try and convince him otherwise. 

"The funny thing about love is that I'm so scared of it, but it's the one thing that I want," Jamie said, adding she attempted "to be vulnerable and let Ben have me, but I don't think he thought that was cute."

The Bachelor returns on ABC next Monday at 8/7c on ABC.

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