David and his dates walk down the street. Alessia starts singing, and Linda grabs arms with David and Alessia. Soon, all five of them are arm-in-arm. David voice-overs that the group was so happy, and walked around the streets singing. Alessia interviews that she thinks David didn't understand her song, but that it was about sun and love. David interviews that the moment when they were all hand-in-hand, singing in the street, was a great experience and one he's never had. They don't do that in Texas?
Linda interview that next they went to a hotel and had a rooftop dinner. This is so much better than the bicycle/picnic date. Karolina interviews that it was beautiful and very private. Karolina thanks David for taking them to that restaurant. Petra interviews that it was nice to feel the wind and see the Leaning Tower. David offers up a toast. David interviews that it was beautiful, and that the food was good. But did he say grace? We'll never know. David interviews that he had a great time, and that he's looking forward to going on more dates with them.
The final group of women returns to the villa. Petra interviews that, after the date, they were full of energy. They're full of something. Likely champagne. They stumble down to the pool and join the other women. Lina interviews that Alessia had a good time. Alessia loudly describes the date. Petra explains that they had dinner on the roof. The girls from the bicycle date are like, "Dude!" Lina yells that you can see Alessia's eyes twinkling. Again, I think it's the champagne. Petra interviews that Alessia likes David because he's sweet and honest. Anique asks Alessia if David is in love with her, too. Alessia says that "love" is a big word. No, it's not. Only four letters! Olinda asks if she loves David now. Alessia slurs that he's really nice, and then she yells, "Money!" Tereza speculates that David can probably afford more necklaces. Linda and Cat are totally sitting off to the side, away from the others. Linda interviews that something clicked between her and David, and that he's a nice person, but that she has a different lifestyle than he does. Linda tells Cat that none of her friends are as religious as David is, and that it scares her. So I guess he did say grace? Cat suggests that it confuses her, and Linda agrees. Linda says that if she met him on the street, she probably wouldn't talk to him.