The meal continues. Evan says that he didn't want the women to get "these delusions" that he's perfect. Somehow I doubt they think Evan is perfect. I do not, however, doubt that the women are deluded. Melissa says she hopes he has some faults. Evan says that in dating, he wonders if the women like him for him or for his money. Melissa has no comment, except to say that he'll battle that for a long time. Or another few episodes, anyway. She adds that each woman has her own agenda for coming to meet him. Evan says that it shows through eventually. Melissa says that what intrigued her about him, putting aside the car and the horses and the jet, was that he is "such an average person." Is that supposed to be a compliment? She adds, "You don't seem like you have a lot on your mind." Dude, she is a mercenary! That was a total burn and yet I really think she felt like she was giving him a compliment. Evan totally agrees with what she said, mostly because he wasn't listening. In an interview, Evan says he was trying to listen to her, but he "couldn't keep [his] eyes off her...dress." Is he like a bull, where he was transfixed by the red color? Or he was admiring the designer...oh, I getted it. He was staring at her boobies some more. When he used that euphemism, it totally threw me. Melissa says that she's dated men with money, and it's not hard to do, but she's looking for a real person and money doesn't matter. Cut to an interview with Melissa saying, "Now, I would be lying to you if I sat here and said money doesn't matter at all. Money matters! Money talks, money matters." I love when they catch people being all hypocritical.
Melissa acts like a reporter for Playboy interviewing Evan for his big centerfold as she asks for his turn-ons and turn-offs. Evan says, "I like legs." What is he, a caveman all of a sudden? He forgot how to utter words with more than one syllable? Also, that's a total lie because he likes boobs more. Evan also likes women who wear high heels to accentuate their legs (read: push-up bras and low-cut shirts to accentuate boobs). In an interview, Melissa says she wants to get to the next round, so she's "got to get [her] game on." The music starts to sound like "Gangsta's Paradise" and I expect Coolio to wander out and start rapping while Michelle Pfeiffer teaches some inner-city youth. Melissa rubs Evan's leg with her foot. He feeds her some whipped cream and some sort of cookie and she tries to eat it all sensuously. Evan asks if she's ready to go.