He's wearing glasses, which she says she likes, and he, sounding bitchily passive-aggressive, says that thanks to her, he had a lot of time to hang around the house this week. He says he took it personally that he didn't get a date this week. He moves into smoother territory when he congratulates her on her surely-Nobel-worthy move of sending Tony back to be with his child, and falters again when he sounds less than thrilled of his first parenting responsibility being a child who isn't his own. Having spoken over her for the first few minutes, he then chides HER for interrupting. "I love it when you talk, but I wish you'd let me finish," he says. Probably not the best thing for someone who didn't get a date to say. He may have just ensured a rose-less evening.
Anyway, what he would have said if that uppity broad hadn't interrupted, is that you can't control everything, or something. Emily tells us that she thinks Kalon is a gentleman. After he basically told her to shut up while he's talking, I'm going to put "Kalon is a gentleman" right there with "Ryan always says the right thing" in my Sentences That Have No Basis in Reality file. At least she tells us that she didn't love it when he told her not to talk, but then she blows it when she says she wonders if it's because he hasn't spent enough time with her. How much time do you need to spend with a person before you know it's rude to tell her to shut up, Emily? "I do like tall, skinny and funny, but I don't like tall, skinny and condescending," she says. I guess maybe we're getting an idea why Ryan's "don't get fat" advice didn't earn him an immediate exit.
And then there's Travis, who has finally realized that carrying the stupid egg around makes him look stupid, so he takes Emily outside and explains -- I'll paraphrase -- that her friends laughing at his goddamn egg has convinced him it's time to get rid of it. I think permanent damage to his chances has already been done, but Emily takes the egg in both heads and smashes it on the front walk. Right now I'd like to point out that in every case tonight where they teased the smashing of the egg, it was edited to look like it was done out of anger, which turns out to have not been the case. A couple of the other guys come to the door to mourn the loss of Shelly, and then inside the guys all toast the death of the egg.