Olinda and Petra are welcomed by Paul. Olinda (the one who's claiming to be twenty-six, but I'm not buying it) interviews that she's ambitious, and that she likes money. So go make your own money, Olinda. A seasoned veteran like you should be able to find a good job. The women wander around the villa, amazed. Jerusha interviews that it's "the perfect posh super-rich people's villa." Petra stands on a balcony and asks someone to come and rescue her and her white jeans. Petra interviews that she's excited to meet this guy, and has "great expectations." The women already have all their clothes spread out around their rooms. Alessia has already unpacked her stupid fan. Olinda slathers eight more pounds of lip gloss onto her collagen-swelled lips and blathers that she's curious to meet the guy, but is feeling overwhelmed. She thinks it might be because she's Swedish. Are the Swedish easily overwhelmed? Alessia does a stupid fan dance in her white fleece shorts.
Night falls. Paul leads the women into a courtyard of sorts and invites them to take seats. The women are all wearing dresses. Alessia interviews that she doesn't know what they are waiting for. I'm waiting for her to get a sense of style that doesn't involve that horrible turquoise dress she's wearing, and also waiting for her to admit her real age. I think I'll be waiting a long time. Samantha walks in and asks if they are getting settled, and then tells them that they look beautiful. The camera pulls back for a long shot to cover up the fact that much of Samantha's dialogue was added in post-production. Samantha tells them that their mystery man's name is David, and he's "a real American cowboy." The women don't look very pleased about that. Johanna interviews that when she heard David was a cowboy, she thought it could have been Santa Claus as well. In other words, she didn't think cowboys really existed. The women talk amongst themselves, discussing the latest development. Tereza interviews that when she thinks of a cowboy, she thinks of a redneck riding a horse. She's not that far off. Johanna mimes riding a horse. Olinda interviews that cowboys are freaky. Kind of like her lips. Johanna lets us know that for Europeans, this is a joke. Well, it's pretty much a joke here in America too.