Suddenly, we're seeing this weird overhead security camera type view of Heidi lying on the floor, telling some of the other women that she didn't want to meet anybody, but that the guy is the same age as her and they met at the gym. Cut to color footage, which lets me know that the first shot was faked to make it look like Heidi was trying to talk about this off-camera. Zora says that Heidi has spent every day with the guy, and Heidi agrees. Or at least, she spent every day with him until the day she went to France to try to trap a rich husband, but she's keeping this other guy on the back burner in case that doesn't work out for her. In an interview, Mojo says that it became apparent that Heidi has a boyfriend. Heidi says she didn't want to look back at her life when she's forty and have regrets. Look back? At forty? She's looking back at forty, all right. In an interview we've seen before, Heidi says she wants to marry a man with money, and that she wanted to be married by twenty-three. In an interview, Katie says it's not fair when the women are competing to get to know Evan. Katie tells the others that they all think it's unfair for Heidi to stay, because she could take the spot of someone else who really wants to be there. In an interview, Melissa says that she thought Heidi was "a selfish little brat." In an interview, Paul sums up what I was thinking by saying that the other women don't like Heidi much, so they are making a big deal out of the boyfriend issue. He thinks that Heidi is trying to land a rich husband, "and God help the boyfriend if she does."
At dinner, the women discuss the issue further. Someone asks Heidi if she will accept if Evan chooses her. Before she can answer, Alison tells Heidi to tell Evan about her situation before he makes his choices. Heidi doesn't know how to do that. In an interview, Paul says he's sure that if Heidi is chosen, she'll take the necklace. In an interview, Sarah says that Heidi needs to step up, because she's taking someone else's spot due to cheating. Well, she didn't cheat, really. Unless there's a rule that you can't have a boyfriend. She was dishonest with Evan, but it's hard to feel sorry for that liar. It just bothers me that these women are confirming the worst stereotypes about women dealing with each other. They're catty, they're competitive, and they're backstabbers. In an interview, Paul says that the competition to snag Evan was getting fierce.
Zora spins out a scenario where Evan might be trying to decide between Heidi and Blandy, because he was equally intrigued by both of them, and choose Heidi. Zora asks what happens if Evan does like Heidi. In an interview, Blandy says that she had opportunities to go on dates before coming to France and turned them down. Someone points out that Evan was really kind to Heidi on her date, and might like her. Brandy asks if Heidi should tell Evan, and Katie thinks she should. This whole conversation is so edited that I can't tell who said what, because they will show one person sitting still while another person is speaking. That makes me think that they edited in a lot of the voice-overs afterwards, and that they're being taken out of context.