Mark asks what Zora's first impression of Evan was. Zora thought Evan was nervous, but had a genuine smile. Then for like the tenth time we see the footage of Evan unable to mount his horse. Sigh. Zora thinks that Evan is a goofball who likes silly things and she found that charming. Zora thinks Evan is considerate, because when she was uncomfortable in her bathing suit he told her to get over it. Wuh? How is that being considerate? Mark says that when Evan told Zora the truth, her face changed. Zora says she actually felt relieved to find out Evan was an average guy, which she knows sounds odd. Man, every time they show that footage of Zora and Evan getting the money, I just can't believe how bad Zora's hair was. Zora says she's still in shock about the money. Mark asks how the fairy tale ends and Zora just laughs. Mark says it's time to bring in Evan, but actually, first it's time for another commercial break.
This is the moment that they keep telling us we've all been waiting for. I've only been waiting for it because it signals the end of the episode. Evan walks into the room in slow motion and he and Zora hug. Then they sit down on the loveseat like ten feet away from each other. Yeah, they're so in love. Zora keep asking Evan if it's weird to see each other and he never really answers. Mark says that everyone wants to know their relationship status. Zora says she got a bunch of emails asking her if she was Mrs. Marriott. Neither of them actually answers the question, though. Mark wants Evan to talk about why he chose Zora over the others. Evan says he knew right away that she would make it to the end, and even a tabloid had a picture of their wedding. I actually bought that issue just for that story. I'm that dedicated to this show! Evan says it's funny that America saw that Zora was the right one from the beginning. Evan says he kept telling Zora to unpack and she wouldn't. Mark asks Zora what she liked about Evan. Zora says Evan is an individual, and she saw a different side to him than people who watched the show did. Zora thinks Evan is an average guy, but that there's a lot more going on.