Now we get to talk to Katie, who has an -ie ending. She's the Katie I didn't like -- the doctor. Anyway, she says she never questioned whether Evan inherited the money, and that it was cool to hear that he had. Katie continues, "That's obviously appealing to women. Come on! I mean, we're women." Ugh. Shut up, Katie! Who elected you to speak for the sex? All my old anger towards her is rushing back. Katie says it wasn't until the train date that she saw more of Evan's personality. She knew he wasn't white-collar and she started thinking they wouldn't connect. Katie talks about how she was born in Saigon and emigrated at three, and now she's a pediatrician. She gets paranoid because she's a professional and she hopes people won't judge her doctoring abilities based on her participation on the show. Katie says there's nothing saying you can't be fun and flirty and smart and career-oriented as well. That's true, but there is something (me) saying that you can't be on this show and expect anyone to take you seriously ever again. Katie says that the show produced no epiphanies, but that it was a fun experience.
Amanda might move into my third best friend slot because she starts right out by saying that she thinks Evan likes big breasts. Suddenly the music is all banjo-picking country, like, next thing you know, Amanda is going to call the hogs in for their evening slop. Amanda says that the final five were all "big boobie girls and more power to him." Amanda points out that Evan was definitely judging them by looks, because he always gave that as his reasons for keeping particular women around. Amanda wishes Evan had got to know her better because she was open to the possibilities and thought it could be "a nice, romantic bizarre story." Okay, she had me and she lost me. She still wishes she had hooked up with Evan? Knowing what she knows now? We're through. Amanda says it sucked to say goodbye, and that it was a blow to her ego when it happened, and again when she watched it on TV. Amanda doesn't think breast size is a good way to pick your romantic partner. And yet millions of shallow men (and shallow lesbians, I guess) do it every day. We continue Amanda's segment with a boob montage. Boobs, boobs, boobs! And then we get Evan staring with his mouth open, practically drooling. Okay that was funny. And kind of a shout-out, since I harped on the boob thing in previous recaps. Shut up, I'm claiming it. I know it had nothing to do with me. Humor me. Amanda says she likes to think she's a good catch. She's a flight attendant and loves to travel. She wants "a permanent buddy to travel the world with." What is this, Amanda's dating service? Move on!
Oh, Dayana. Remember Dayana? She hated her purple dress and wore inappropriately tight clothing? Dayana says she expected to meet her Prince Charming and instead she met Evan. Ooh, Dayana brings the snark. I have to believe that line was scripted for her. Dayana thought Evan was really cute in a dorky way. When she met Evan for the first time at the ball, she was more worried about her purple dress, which she hated. Which I still don't get, because it's a decent dress. It's not great, but frankly, it's better than the dress Zora wore at the end of the show. Dayana thinks the dress selection was horrible. Let's not pretend the producers didn't just go to David's Bridal and buy everything off the clearance rack. Dayana continues to talk about her stupid dress, like, get over it! It was one dress you wore one day! Dayana, at home, laces on some skates and rolls down the sidewalk as she voice-overs that she likes unique clothes. Yeah, if by "unique," you mean "skimpy." Girlfriend is wearing a tight low-cut cut-off top and pink terrycloth short shorts. I have never seen one ass crack so well defined. Dayana likes clothes that are tight, short, and fit well. Don't get me wrong -- she's got a great body. I just didn't need to know what she looks like naked, and now I do. Dayana says she's an only child raised by her father, and admits that she's a daddy's girl, because he gives he whatever she wants. Dayana says she's a princess as she drives off down the street, and then turns and winks at the camera. Oh, no. There's no winking at the camera. It would have been cool if she just raised one eyebrow like Gabrielle Union in Bring It On. That is a bad-ass move. But winking? Hell, no.