She asks the carriage driver to pull over. His face goes kind of flat. "I came here tonight with this rose, and I can't give it to you." She fakes crying and tells him that it's breaking her heart not to give it to him, but she has to make the right decision. She hugs him. "I need to let you go right here," she says. "I understand," he says. This is like a scene out of Goodfellas. Morrie's about to get his neck cut! He wishes her luck, and then he's kicked off into the taxi that's conveniently right there. DeAnna voices over some nonsense about how hard it was, or whatever. "I can't make the same mistake that Brad did," she says. Brad's mistake was going on this show in the first place, so it's too late for that.
Meanwhile, back at the outhouse, the men are shocked to see Richard's bags heading out the door. "See whose bags are disappearing out the fucking door?" says someone, I think Jesse.
"Part of you feels like a fool for feeling as much as you did," says Richard. "Part of you is destroyed." Then he needs to be bleeped. "I just was too much a friend, I guess." Which is what women tend to say they want, without adding, "but also really cut."
We see a long, lingering shot of DeAnna riding alone in the carriage, staring forlornly at the rose in her lap. She's really going for the "phoniest person on television" title, isn't she?
The guys open the date box, and it's full of cowboy boots and hats and "The guys are all pumped up and excited to go, and I was jealous," says Jason. "We got the big box full of fun clothes," says Brian. Jesse talking-heads that Jeremy is going to be the biggest competition, since he hasn't had to come down to the outhouse.
"Don't y'all look nice!" squeals DeAnna as the men arrive at some tourist trappy farm. Someone actually yells, "Git 'r done!" which ought to be grounds for elimination right there. "I'm looking forward to getting wild!" says DeAnna!
Oh, god, they're line-dancing. Nothing is more cowboy then standing in a line with a bunch of other dudes who are all doing the same dance moves you are! DeAnna really does know how to get wild! The only way this could be worse would be if the show started playing some cheesy banjo music -- oh, there we go.