Samantha laughs and tells the women that David's uncle is an oil tycoon, who made a fortune, and that he started a trust for his nephews. When David turns twenty-five, his trust fund matured, and now he's estimated to be worth $80 million. The banjo music starts up as the women gasp and smile. Cat interviews that the situation changed when they found out that the guy was rich. Oh, I just discovered that Alessia's dress is even worse than I thought. It says, "Cowgirl" across the front in gold letters. Alessia interviews that she loves cowboys because she is a cowgirl. One woman interviews that she wants a lifestyle where she can go shopping and her boyfriend will buy everything for her. So she wants to be a prostitute then. Samantha tells the women to enjoy some champagne and relax.
Paul starts pouring flutes of champagne while the woman chat and giggle. One woman says, "So, David. He's a cowboy." She mimes "cowboy" by swinging her arms back and forth. I'm not sure what that has to do with cowboys. Petra interviews that she's the kind of girl who wants diamonds and pearls, and adds, "Diamonds are a girl's best friends!" The woman toast to David and yell, "Howdy, partner!" Jerusha interview that the combination of David's cowboy nature and his inheritance is perfect. Olinda suggests that they dance, and the banjo music starts up again as she jigs around in her leopard-print leggings. You heard me. Leopard-print. Leggings. The women down the champagne and then have a group sing of the Dallas theme song. Can you blame them? They were told he was a cowboy who inherited a fortune in the oil business. I'm surprised they didn't make him say that his last name was Ewing. Linda interviews that she's never had much money, so this is something exotic for her. Paul voice-overs that there was a lot of excitement and a lot of drinking, and he thinks David might be in for more than he bargained for. Paul concludes, "Boy, those girls can drink." Good! It's more interesting that way.