Next is West. Poor sad West and the ghost of his dead wife step out of the limo hand in hand. The ghost of his dead wife pats him encouragingly on the back and reminds him that his life is among the living now. He hugs Ashley, introduces himself, and gives her a very clever present: A compass broken so it always points West, so that if she gets lost, she will always find her way back to him. He's a keeper! Except that he's HAUNTED.
Next is Anthony, the butcher, who... actually seems kind of charming, if very very odd. Some blond guy named Rob is next and he quickly points out that all his teeth are his own. That may be his best characteristic. Next out of the limo is...Ames. Ashley doesn't punch him on sight, so I am beginning to question her judgment. Okay, I already was questioning her judgment for, you know, agreeing to be on this show. Twice. Ames is wearing a too small blue blazer and too short khaki pants (can't he pay someone to dress him better than that?) and you can't quite tell whether he is wearing a Harvard tie, but, c'mon, you know he is. While you would think he would just tell Ashley about his five Ivy League degrees, he instead presents her with ballet tickets, because he knows she loves to dance and now they can go see the ballet together. What an excellent way to throw money away, Ames! Those tickets are only a few hundred dollars, so when Ashley DOESN'T choose you, you can just wipe your housekeeper's ass with them. Arnold Schwarzeneggar would! What? Too soon?
Matt, an office supply salesman, dances a little jig and then wraps Ashley in a giant hug and teaches her a secret handshake because he could think of nothing better to do to make him stand out in a crowd. Next out of the car is Jeff, who is wearing a mask on the off-putting premise that he wants "to take his face out of the game," so Ashley will have to judge him on his creepy personality instead. Ashley grimaces, and when the guy heads inside, he is razzed by the other men. He deserves it. Go all Lord of the Flies on him! We don't mind.
The next guy out of the limo is Ben F., the winemaker. He emerges from the limo with a bottle of wine and two glasses. They toast to new beginnings and drink. Well played, Ben. Frank with a flat top picks Ashley up (again with the picking up!) and spins her around in a really patronizing dance thingy. Yuck. Moving along to someone with bad teeth who makes a funny dentist joke and then disappears indoors, hopefully never to be seen again. Then comes Chris M. the Canadian construction company CEO with a seriously "Fubar" accent (if you don't know what I'm talking about go watch the movie and then come back and laugh, because I am right).