Paul pours champagne for the women as they discuss what they were just told. Sarah says that "it's a fairy tale" (that's six) because they're going to a ball to meet a prince. Andrea notes that Evan has a lot of money. Hey, nothing gets by her! Melissa Jo thinks that Evan's money is "awesome."
As the girls sit around inside, Paul walks in and informs them that "Mr. Evan Wallace" will be arriving in ten minutes. Amanda stands up and says, "I'm going to be making out with him today. I don't know about you." Jen responds, "Oh, we forgot, you're one of those girls." Ladies, I got news for you. You went on this show; you're all "one of those girls."
Evan reports to the stables. In an interview, Evan explains that in order to make a spectacular entrance, he would arrive on horseback. Evan thinks this is odd, since he's never ridden a horse in his life. The horse-riding instructor gives Evan some advice about riding with style. Meanwhile, back at the chateau, the women scramble to get ready for Evan's arrival by changing clothes and putting on make-up. I think some of them even took showers and blew their hair dry. In ten minutes? In an interview, Evan says, "My father always told me, you know, there's two things you always look for with physical attraction in a woman: what her mother looks like, and what she looks like without her make-up on." Wouldn't those be more like signifiers of how the woman will age? I guess he doesn't have to worry about that, since most of these women are already kind of old, despite their claims to the contrary. The women continue to primp. Evan voice-overs that the first horse they picked for him to ride "took one look at [Evan] and broke away from the trainer, bucking and kicking." We see the horse doing just that, as the trainer attempts to get it under control. Ultimately, the horse just turns tail and runs off. Hee! Smart horse. Maybe he's one of those snobby horses who only appears on public television and wouldn't deign to be on a cheesy reality show. The trainer chases the horse down as Evan stands by ineffectually.