There is this woman in the line-up who I have seen intermittently, but I don't think we ever heard her name. How weird. Anyway, Paul calls Sarah's name next. Heidi is starting to look worried. Evan says that Sarah is nurturing but not shy, and he thinks she likes him for the right reasons. How could he possibly know that, given the maybe three minutes of conversation they've had? Sarah looks exactly like some actress, and I can't figure out whom. Maybe next week. Paul finally calls Heidi's name, like you knew he was going to. Jen shakes her head sadly. Evan says that Heidi was "kind of ballsy" and "really stood out." Heidi pulls her hair up in the back so that Evan can attach the necklace, and whispers, "You want me to show my armpits on national TV?" Classy, that Heidi.
Zora's name is next. Oh, you knew she was going to get picked. Evan says that Zora gave off "a real positive vibe." And the producers made him pick her because of the whole Cinderella dress thing. After fastening the necklace, Evan tells her to be careful because the clasp might not be tight. Paul looks down at his tray and sees only two necklaces left. He announces the next name: Melissa Jo. Oh, fucking MoJo. I knew it. Evan says she's really sweet and can carry on a conversation, so he thought he would give her a shot. Paul is down to the final necklace. He announces the name: Mandy. Who? Blandy? That's totally who it is. She's the one I referred to earlier as the blandiest bland that ever blanded. Evan calls her "good old Southern sweet Mandy." Aw, my second best friend Katy didn't get picked. Crazy Jen still has the crazy Yellow Wallpaper look on her face. I don't think the nightgown dress is helping that impression.
Alex walks up to Evan and intones, "Ladies, those of you who did not receive a necklace, please leave the chateau." Well, it's no "the tribe has spoken" or even "you've been eliminated," but it'll do. The women all hug each other. Evan voice-overs that the decisions (made by the producers) were very difficult (for him to remember, which is why Paul read the names) but he doesn't think he did too bad (clasping the necklaces, which was his only job). Evan gets the women's attention and gives a lame speech about how great they all are and how difficult the decision was.