Even Rozlyn Papa, the controversial contestant who was booted from the show for an alleged "inappropriate relationship" with a "Bachelor" staff member, is part of the tell-all show.
The women also reflected on the sometimes catty comments directed at finalist, Vienna.
"It killed me, she doesn't deserve what she got," said bachelorette Gia Allemand. "It's not right to gang up on one person. I'll always standup for her. She's deserving of love and never hurt anyone."
"We're all human. We make mistakes," said bachelorette Ali Fedotowsky. "I've moved on from the Vienna thing, and I have grown and learned so much from whole thing."
And what has Jake learned? Something that surprised him was the fact he could fall for more than one girl at the same time.
"It was shocking to me to know in that moment before Ali left, had her life been in danger, I would have laid my life down for her," said Pavelka. "That's how I felt about the final four women. That tells me that I had fallen in love."
Jake told us even though he had to face some tough critics with the rejected bachelorettes, he's happy with the way the tell-all show turned out.
You can watch "The Bachelor: On the Wings of Love - The Women Tell All," Monday at 8 p.m. on ABC7.