As he rides in the limo, a fairly rough-looking Andrew stares out the window as his disembodied voice tells us that while having money, fame, and three hot chicks trying to get in your pants may sound like fun, he feels pressure. Lots of pressure. 1-2-3-4 Pres-sure! Feel for Andrew! Feel for Andrew's plight! Feel for the melancholy that curses through Andrew's veins! Ah, there goes his flight now. The flight attendant hits on him, probably! And he gets more leg room than normal people! And they give him all the good magazines! He's under pressure, I tell you! As we watch his plane take off, Andrew's voice tells us that he is "feeling very confused." Hmm, I can't see him in there, but I'm thinking he's probably trying to work the seatbelt.
A soulless (and therefore appropriate) adult-contemporary-pop riff plays as we move to Park City, Utah, where it's snowing. Kirsten is waiting for Andrew at a resort called "The Canyons." Andrew is expecting an awesome day, because he thinks Kirsten will look just as good in a ski outfit as she does in a bikini. Just as good in two different sexy outfits? I'm telling you, it's meant to be. This show really does give me hope about love. Andrew busts out yet another impressive outfit of his very own as he picks her up in...gosh, is that one of those civilian Hummers? (No pun intended, I swear.) I think Andrew has frankly brought too much car for the occasion, which says one thing to me: overcompensation. He's wearing khakis, which are acceptable, but he's also wearing an army-green long-sleeved shirt with "berlin" printed on the front. Suffice it to say, it does not take my breath away. As Kirsten greets him, she chirps, "Hey!" "How are you, sweetie?" Andrew asks blankly. They hug. "How are you?" she responds, without answering. "How are you?" he says, without answering. I am not making this little dance up, nor am I making up the fact that they don't seem to have any idea they're doing it. She finally says, "I'm good," which is a lucky thing, because I think Andrew could have gone on like that all day unless somebody hit his reset button. He asks her if she's ready for their big day, and tells her that they're going to the Olympic Park to go bobsledding. Kirsten immediately thinks about what this will do to her hair. She doesn't say so, but you can just tell. She interviews that things are getting to be "confusing," because Andrew has feelings (to the extent that Andrew has any feelings) for all three of the girls. How could she have anticipated this complication, other than by reading the explanation of the premise of the show? How, indeed. "I just want to make sure that Andrew comes away with [sic] this knowing that I'm the best one," she says, utterly without guile. How great is that? A girl who will just come right out and say that her goal is to teach the guy that she's the best one? She also says she hopes that Andrew is thinking about her when he's with the other girls. It's funny, because she's so in the spirit of the show that it's hard to blame her, but I hate her anyway.