Evan, who is still wearing that stupid baggy sweater that he wears all of the time, walks out onto the lawn with Sarah. She asks how he's holding up. Evan tells Sarah that he thinks they would have had a good time no matter which date they went on. Evan walks like a lurching monster. In an interview, Sarah says that she thinks it's a win-win situation. She adds, "We've been remarkably comfortable, you know, in lieu of the whole situation, and pretty able to get to know each other and just ignore the other factors." First of all, she used "in lieu of" incorrectly. Second of all, substitute "make out" for "get to know each other" and "bimbos" for "factors," and I think you will get Sarah's true feelings.
Hey, let's look back on Sarah and Evan's great dates. They learned to tango. Evan gave her shoes to put on her dirty feet. Hey, I saw the pictures. They were dirty. As in "smudged with dirt." Although I guess the other meaning works as well. In an interview, Evan says a line that must have been fed to him by the producers when he says that Sarah likes "shoes and strappy things." That is just too coincidental. Evan also gives Sarah a dancing outfit, and then they dance together. He kisses her goodnight.
Evan and Zora walk through the woods. Zora asks what Evan is feeling. He admits that his experiences with her have been up and down, like a roller coaster. A roller coaster of love! I wish one of them had busted out in song. Or there was a strolling troubadour wandering through the meadow singing, "Roller coaster! Of love!" That would have been awesome. Zora and Evan walk up a path. They must both be new to the walking thing, because they are lurching around like a couple of drunks during an earthquake. In an interview, Zora says she doesn't think it's been much of a roller-coaster ride, although she admits that there were awkward times.