Paul returns and introduces a segment on the search for a man to be Joe Millionaire. Tyler Ramsey, Casting Director, really needs a raise because that Western denim shirt he's wearing is really dirty and frayed. Like, the dude knew he was going to be on TV and he couldn't put on a decent shirt? Anyway, Tyler says that they were looking for someone who was charming, handsome, and broke. And they somehow ended up with Evan? I didn't find him particularly charming or handsome. Also, Tyler forgot to mention the unspoken fourth criterion: a guy who was willing to look like an asshole on national television. Tyler says they found plenty of guys who were single and broke, but had a hard time finding one who was also charming. This introduces the Montage of Losers. The first dude says he likes a good rack on a woman. Another guy thinks that "good women are like parking spaces; all the good ones are taken and the rest are all handicapped." Wow, with attitudes like that, I can't believe those two are still single. Tyler says they were way behind schedule in finding Joe. They had the chateau, the women, and the butler, but no Joe, so they almost cancelled the whole production. But then they found Evan. Tyler says that Evan was tall, good-looking, extremely charming, and really wanted to find a girl who would love him for who he was. In his audition tape, Evan says that he doesn't like to lie to women. Tyler says that they stuck Evan on a plane and crossed their fingers. Then there's a montage of various women from the show talking about how charming Evan was. Tyler says that Evan worked out perfectly. Except the flip-flops. That was definitely a mistake.
Mastercheese Theatre. Paul says that if someone had told him that he would be involved in a reality show, he would have thought they were crazy, but now he gets to tell his side of the story. In an interview, Paul says that his life has changed. Montage of Paul on various entertainment television shows. Paul says he's enjoying it and that people get a kick out of meeting him. Paul says that his son's friends think he's cool. Montage of the women from the show talking about how much they loved Paul. At one point, Paul walks into a room filled with women and they all yell out his name, so he responds, "Who's your daddy?" Hee. Okay, that was funny. Paul voice-overs that he's a real butler, which means he's a senior executive and gets paid accordingly. He had just finished an assignment and got a call from the butler's guild to go to France. Man, how cool is it that there's a butler's guild? I want to hang out in their lounge. I bet all the butlers sit around and talk about how ridiculous their employers' requests are. It would be like The Nanny Diaries but for butlers.