Andrea, the thirty-four-year-old advertising manager, is up next, and her interview has this weird hazy look to it, which might have something to do with the "she needs some moisturizer" comments on the forums. She explains that she was engaged, but her fiancé drowned, and it took her a while to realize that every time she gives her heart to somebody, he isn't going to die (followed by a shot of her walking along a San Francisco pier, like nice, FOX). She speculates that there might be somebody in Alaska for her.
Despite the fact the show has gone to great pains to pretend that these women are all arriving separately, only three planes land by the lakeside (with a graphic informing us that it's 19° F, which isn't very cold as far as winter in Alaska goes), where Santagati has three bonfires lit, for some reason. We watch separate shots of all five women being helped off the planes, and then all of them approach the campfires from different directions, like YOU ARE NOT FOOLING ANYONE. How sad they couldn't afford to rent two more floatplanes for this stupid show. There's a flagpole, with the Alaskan state flag on it, and I was going to say I think Alaska has the coolest state flag in the U.S., but then I realized I don't even know any other state flags and I only know Alaska's because I used to live right next door in the Yukon.
Santagati smarmily welcomes them to Alaska, but I'm too distracted by Rebekah's weird blue sunglasses to listen. Then I notice that half of this guy's dialogue is overdubbed, like he's explaining the premise of the show again as if the women don't know why they're there and as if the viewers haven't already heard it several times, but it's obviously dubbed in and I'm guessing Santagati kept flubbing his lines or something. Santagati points at the woods and says, "Your home for the next week is right over there, and if you take off, I promise you'll be warm," which struck me as a really weird turn of phrase -- "if you take off, I promise you'll be warm"? -- and it is even more irritating because he does this annoying sweeping two-handed finger-point into the woods. The women start walking, AS IF they are going to walk to the Northern Light (the name of their lodge), especially in those chunky-heeled shoe-things they're all wearing instead of boots. Santagati says something about an "amazing romantic adventure."