I have an aliciae (which looks very similar to a spatulata and has the same care requirements) that I got four weeks ago and the thing looks utterly miserable. All my other plants around it are growing and dewing happily.
The important thing right now is whether it is putting out new growth.
1) What kind and how many hours of light is it getting (direct sun, artificial)?
2) Is the soil mix peat/perlite? That's what it looks like from here.
3) Are the plants putting out new growth but it just doesn't dew up and the tentacles look all scraggly?
4) What kind of water are you using?
In the immediate, I would cut off the flower stalks while they are acclimating to maximize energy put into leaf production - however, this is not necessary. Keep in mind though that a spatulata will flower several times a year.
They also divide naturally, like you can see in your photos of all those smaller spatulata growing underneath the mother plant, especially visible in that last photo. Eventually a spatulata, if you leave it alone and don't divide the plants, will look more like a dewy drosera bush.
Like all plants, old leaves will die as new leaves continue to grow. The new leaves will have dew on them if they are getting enough light and are otherwise not stressed (due to shipment, improper water/soil, etc.).
Here are some pictures of spatulata from a recent post that you can look at as a gauge.
http://www.flytrapcare.com/phpBB3/sunde ... 14666.html