Corinne from Nick Viall's season of The bachelor knows how to use a can of of whip cream. But that's not the skill she allegedly shares with MJ and good ole Abe.

Corinne from Nick Viall's season of The bachelor knows how to use a can of of whip cream. But that's not the skill she allegedly shares with MJ and good ole Abe.

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It's week four of The Bachelor — otherwise known as the point at which each contestants' little bit of crazy begins to show through the cracks.

In the case of this season's villain, Corinne, that point has long since passed. The 24-year-old Tiffany Trump look-alike garnered early praise from bachelor Nick Viall for her sexiness and spunk, but managed to irritate her fellow housemates and viewers in the process. The girl has innate ability to take off her top to get exactly what she wants and contradicts herself at every turn. For heaven's sake, she has a nanny that chops her vegetables and makes her coffee — what' not to love?

But some of The Bachelor's lesser known competitors also began to come out of their shells Monday night. Raven from Arkansas, for example, revealed how her last relationship ended during a solo date with Viall. The fashion boutique owner allegedly walked in  — nay, kicked the door down to find her boyfriend cheating on her and proceeded to beat his ass, at one point taking a stiletto to his head.

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Though our Dallas gal and fan favorite Rachel is an obvious frontrunner, she got hardly any air time Monday, save for a momentary lapse in confidence she had in conversation with Nick. Don't worry, it's totally normal for the women start to question their reality at this point in the show. Could they really have feelings for a guy who's been swapping spit with every single one of their roommates?

The Bachelor will likely be The Corinne Show until she either gets kicked off or goes running to her nanny (whose parody Twitter account you can follow here). Here are three times during the episode she was both a hero and a dire sign for the future of humanity.

This week, Nick whisked the girls off to Milwaukee, Wis., near his hometown. While there, he figured they should put in some elbow grease cleaning a diary farm.

Naturally, this didn't go over well with Corinne. She's never done chores before.

But a bad attitude about scooping cow dung wasn't the only reason the other women in the house were mad at Corinne. Apparently she has a napping problem.

Corinne slept through one measly rose ceremony and it had all the girls' "panties in a bundle." (Her words, not mine.)

"I didn't mean to offend anyone by taking that nap," Corinne said. "Michael Jordan took naps, Abraham Lincoln took naps, and I'm in trouble for napping."

When Corinne is not napping, however, she spends time self-analyzing in front of the camera. And apparently her layers go deep.

Corinne is like a husk of corn. You have to peel back the layers, and under there is a luxurious yellow corn with little pellets of information, juicy and buttery. (Again, her words, not mine.)

Ultimately, Nick sent two women, Brittany the travel nurse and Christen the house gossip, packing after a rose ceremony at the beginning of Monday's episode. But in true Bachelor fashion, the episode was "To be continued..." before anyone else was cut. Turn in next week to see if Rachel from Dallas makes it through to the next round.

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