Evan voice-overs that the next date involved a train ride, and that the participants were Katie, Mojo, Amanda, and Mandy (a.k.a. Blandy). Well, nothing like putting all the women with similar-sounding names in the same group. We see shots of each woman primping. I'm totally fascinated by the fact that there is something written in lipstick on one of the mirrors, but all I can get is that it says, "DP, love. See you in the..." How classy to write in lipstick on the (probably antique) mirror of this gorgeous chateau. In an interview, Evan says that he knew there were some women in the group who wouldn't have gone on a date with him if they knew he was a construction worker. Well, name names! In an interview, Katie is wearing a really ugly mauve cloche as she says that she was shocked to get picked. In an interview, Amanda says that she will find love. Oh, dear Lord. I just got my first shot of Mojo's idea of outdoorsy date wear. She's wearing a powder blue zip-up sweater over a gray turtleneck with dark jeans. Not so bad. But then she's wearing a matching powder blue hat with powder blue faux fur trim. The fuck? Who in their right mind would see that hat in the store and think not only, "I've got to have it!" but also, "I've got to wear it with a matching sweater!" She is insane. In an interview, Mojo says that she can't wait to see what the date will be like, and that she's looking forward to it. I'm looking forward to seeing that hat fall in some mud or something.
The women pile into some luxury car. One of them (Katie?) says that she likes the car, and she swears she was meant to live like that. In a series of interviews, Katie says that they arrived in Richelieu, and Mojo says they didn't know what was going to happen. In the smallish (for four people) back seat of the car, Mojo and Amanda are totally squished, Blandy is sitting with her legs crossed, and Katie is taking up fully half of the back seat. Well, get comfy. In another series of interviews, Blandy says they pulled up to an old train station, and Katie says they figured they were going somewhere, and then Evan says that they went on a steam locomotive ride through the French countryside, and that they had to shovel the coal themselves to fuel the train. Some dude throws a pile of coal into the furnace. Oh, hell no. Not only is it dusty and dirty, but also when you throw the coal on the fire, it flares out into the tiny furnace room. That would be kind of scary. In an interview, Evan says that "this is a great way for [him] to gauge which of the girls is not afraid to get her hands dirty."