The next morning, the staff is in the kitchen preparing breakfast. They speak to each other in Italian, which is helpfully "translated" for us through subtitles. I seriously doubt that the staff was actually having this conversation, although it does crack me up that the producers obviously thought, "Hey, everyone loved the butler and his wisecracks last season! So let's add more staff to comment on the action!" The chef says that Paul needs to order more champagne. One maid says that the girls kept her up all night. Dirty! That would be a very different show, as well. Paul says that he likes to get an early start, but that the European girls like to stay up late and get up even later. Unlike American women, who are up at the crack of dawn. Also, why do they have to get up early? So they have more time to sit around and do nothing during daylight hours? Paul knocks on the bedroom doors. Olinda asks Peta for her sunglasses. Olinda interviews that Paul got them up early, and she was one of the first ones up, because she wanted to get something to eat to help with her hangover. Tereza interviews that they drank a lot of champagne. I'm fascinated by Tereza's job title, which is "assistant writer at magazine." What does an assistant writer do? I've heard of assistant editor, but assistant writer? How does she assist with the writing, exactly? At breakfast, Olinda smokes right at the table. Oh, those Europeans and their cigarettes. The women commiserate over their hangovers. Olinda says that she looks like a rock star, and she kind of does, but I'm not sure that's something to be proud of. She's also wearing tiny shorts and a shirt with no bra, so I now know way more about Olinda's nipples than I ever desired.
The women decide to put their bathing suits on and swim in the pool. They all have bikinis. Linda interviews that none of them were expecting a cowboy, and that they thought he'd be a banker or a real estate agent. Real estate agent? One woman thinks David might be from Hollywood and not from Texas. Lina interviews that Texas makes her think about apple pie, spare ribs, and "small villages where everyone knows each other." Linda says that David will fall in love with her, and she'll "go to Texas and live on the ranch and eat the ranch dressing every day." Hee! I know the editors probably want us to think these women are dumb, but I think they know a lot more about our country than the average American knows about any of theirs. Linda wonders what a rodeo is, exactly. Karolina says that it's "a festival with horses." Linda asks if it's like a horse race, and Karolina asks if she's ever seen Charlie's Angels. Tereza interviews that her man doesn't have to be anyone special, and she just wants a man with passion for life, love, and her. See? Totally the new Zora. Linda asks what the point of the rodeo is. Karolina demonstrates how one rides a bucking bronco. Linda asks if it's a wild horse, and says that maybe you have to "manage a wild horse." Karolina thinks that's right. Olinda interviews that she saw a rodeo in Spain and you have to be pretty tough, because those horses are crazy. Olinda also thinks you have to be strong and quick on your feet.