In an interview, Zora says she's dated wealthy people, but that she had little money growing up, so she's still a bit intimidated. Zora and Evan go to dinner in "a quiet bistro." Zora admits that she's a little uptight, and Evan says he could tell. In an interview, Evan says he could tell things weren't going to go smoothly. Evan asks Zora to tell him a little bit about her family and background. Zora says, "It's not, like, the best topic." What a weird thing to say. Is her dad in prison or something? Why wouldn't she just say that she had a difficult childhood and then change the subject to her college years or something from her past that she is comfortable discussing? In an interview, Zora says that it was more like an interview than a date. Evan tells her to ask him anything she wants to know. Zora asks if he has a good relationship with his both parents, and Evan says he's from a close family. Zora plays with her hair and looks really uncomfortable as Evan tells her that he wants to know some things about her. In an interview, Zora says she didn't have a great childhood and that she's not comfortable discussing that with someone who had a perfect childhood. So just say that! I don't see what the big deal is. I certainly have met people who didn't have happy childhoods, and it's not like you need to go on Oprah and confess all your problems. Just change the subject. Zora's being really strange about the whole thing. The waitress takes Zora's plate and she apologizes for not eating much and wasting food. She asks Evan what he's thinking about. He says he's taking in what little information she's given him. He says he got a lot from Sarah and Melissa. Well, that was shitty. Way to make her feel even more uncomfortable. In an interview, Zora says that Evan told her he had a fabulous time with the other girls and that she gave him nothing, which was hard to hear. Zora says she could pretend to be someone that she's not, but it seems like too much work, and she wouldn't want him to like her for being something she's not. Ooh, how prescient. Evan gets very serious and tells her to remember him saying this: "I know what it feels like to be portrayed as somebody that you're not." In an interview, Zora says that Evan repeatedly said there were things he's not proud of, and she wondered what he was getting at. Gee, I can't imagine why he wouldn't want to confide anything in her, since she's been so open about her own past. In an interview, Evan says he identified with what she was saying, and he thought he might have said too much. Evan asks Zora if she trusts him, and she shakes her head no.
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