David interviews that he's looking forward to the women getting a taste of his world, because he's "not this Gucci boy," and "ranching and rodeo" is what he does. I'm so glad he cleared that up for us, because I personally thought he was an international businessman. David puts a saddle on Hurricane, who is like, "Is it time for my close-up?" David voice-overs that he'll see which girls fit into his lifestyle. Yes, because putting women into an entirely contrived and fake situation while lying to them about who you are is absolutely the best way to determine if you are compatible.
Back at the ranch, some horse that isn't Hurricane is like, "Look at me! I'm cute too! Neigh!" The editor plays Track 12 from "Farm Sound Effects," layered over Track 17 of "Hick-Sounding Banjo Songs." The women arrive at the ranch, and David mumbles something about "cowgirls" and "perfect." As the women get out, he laughs that they look "perfect." I would love it if, just once, David would say that something was mediocre, except I think that "mediocre" might contain too many syllables for him. David interviews that the women looked great in their boots and hats. In an interview, Olinda tells us what David was wearing, in case we are somehow visually impaired, and also, in case we care. I, for one, do not care. Olinda thinks that David looks like "a sophisticated cowboy." Because he's wearing a black shirt? Otherwise, he looks the same as he does every other day: dopey. David asks if they're all ready to ride some horses, and the women give a half-hearted cheer. Despite that, David voice-overs that the women were excited about riding. David announces that before they can ride, they have to clean out some stalls.
Lina looks unhappy and calls, "No cleaning stalls with these nails." I have to say, I would clean out a stall if I had to, but I would want some advance warning so I could wear grubby clothes that I was planning on burning later anyway. I don't blame the women for getting dressed for a date and then being pissed that they have to do manual labor. Maybe that makes me a snob. I'll bet a lot more of them would have been into it if they had advance warning. But then we wouldn't have conflict! And drama! Not that there's much of that anyway. Lina interviews that everyone was "so annoyed." Lina kind of looks like one of the saleswomen in Pretty Woman who is bitchy to Julia Roberts and loses out on the commission. Lina whines, "It was supposed to be dream date, David. Not shit date." Hee! That's a great line. Some of the other women agree. David interviews that it was good to see who liked it, and says that Lina would never live on a ranch. Lina asks if they can hire someone to do this. Seriously. If dude had $80 million, he would so not muck out his own horse stalls.