Paul says that it was a bit overwhelming at first because the women were screaming and yelling about their bags and their contact lens solution and their birth control pills. He says that he sometimes felt like the parent at a fifteen-year-old's pajama party. Montage of the women calling for him. Paul says that some of the women tried to take advantage by asking him for everything. It's mostly Sarah who is making demands. Paul says that they were lucky to have an "accomplished French chef," and none of the women seemed to appreciate the food. They show some really limp-looking green beans. I'm sure the chef was good, but it's really difficult to make good food in large quantities, and it looks like they're mostly eating buffet-style. Paul makes fun of the way the women ate and drank. Dana complains about a salad with goat cheese, which is funny since Alison ripped on Evan for not liking goat cheese. Goat cheese appears to be a polarizing issue on this show. Forget the war with Iraq. How do you feel about goat cheese? So the theme of that segment was, "The women were uncultured brats."
Paul says that when he met Evan, he was puzzled about why Evan would have to go to such extremes to meet a woman. That banjo music starts up. Evan says that Paul reminds him of his dad, because he's kind and sweet, and he's a man's man. Paul says that Evan did talk to him about his final decision, and that Paul just served as a sounding board. Paul thinks that Evan made the right choice, because Evan was attracted to Zora from the beginning. How sad is it that Paul got, like, a third of the show devoted to him and Alex is neither shown nor mentioned in this episode? Man, the producers must hate her. Also, I'm kind of over Paul. He was fun and all, but a little Paul goes a long way.