One of Evan's friends tells a little tale about some woman who dissed Evan in a bar because he worked construction. The friend suggested that Evan lie about his occupation and Evan refused. Cut to Evan refusing to eat goat cheese. I don't really get the mental leap between refusing to lie about your job to refusing to eat goat cheese. Oh, I see! Evan is a man of principles! He hates goat cheese and he's not going to eat it just to impress some woman! Whatever. Another one of Evan's friends says that the Evan we see on the show is the real Evan. That's scary. Another one of Evan's friends thinks that Evan really started to like the women and felt really bad about lying to them. He thinks that Evan is basically shy, honest, and looking for love. Did he pay his friends off to say this stuff?
Mastercheese Theatre. Paul says that Sarah has no trouble keeping a man's attention, and that she might have been a bit naughty on her dates with Evan. California montage. Sarah drives a convertible down the street. Sarah voice-overs that she was born in a small town, and while she was never rebellious, she always wanted to do things her own way. We see childhood photos and videos of Sarah. Sarah's interview is very chopped up, so much so that it sounds like a female Stephen Hawking. Sarah says that she's been living in L.A. for four years. One of her friends was approached by a scout from the show and pointed the scout toward Sarah. Um, thanks? Sarah says that she was flattered, and that she likes to go into things not knowing what to expect. Flashback to Evan and Sarah's first meeting at the ball. Sarah says she had a wonderful time on the dates and Evan was a gentleman who never pushed things. Hmm. And yet I've seen interviews with her more recently where she claims that Evan was the one who got her to go into the woods and ditch the cameras.