The audience applauds Heather's delusions. I just realized that Heather is wearing black leather pants. Chris points out that Heather was "in it to win it." Heather says that she did compare it all to a basketball game or a pageant, but insists that she was there to have fun. She says that she didn't expect Aaron to be "of the character that he was," and that she let her guard down. What "character" is she even talking about? The guy is a human cipher. I think that's what some women like about him. He's so blank that it's easy to project their idealized personality traits upon him. He smiles at her, so that means he's charismatic. He kisses her, so that means he's romantic. He cracks a joke once, so that means he's charming and funny. Chris says that Heather seemed rather emotional. She insists that she's not, and jokes that Christi's the emotional one. Foreshadowing and Irony chuckle from the control room and make out a question for one of the audience members to ask later. Heather thinks that she's strong. She's wrong. She's wrong. She says that people are so used to seeing her be "strong," that they don't expect her to have emotions. No, I imagine that they don't expect her to have the type of erratic display of emotions that she exhibits. That's because we tend to assume people are sane until we find out otherwise.
Giving up all pretense that he has any competence as an interviewer, Chris simply asks Heather what's running through her mind. She's probably thinking, "There's that saying, 'If you love someone, set them free.' Aaron set me free. That must mean that he loves me!" Actually, she's not happy that Aaron didn't tell her that he wasn't feeling what she was feeling. She rightfully points out that "it takes two to tango," and says that she thinks Aaron's behavior was hurtful. I do remember that he had made a number of sexually suggestive comments to her on that date that I would have taken as interest, were I in her shoes. I wouldn't even have to be crazy. Chris foreshadows, "What if you could see Aaron again. What would you say to him?" Heather says she'd ask Aaron why he wasn't honest with her. Great, now I'm pre-recapping stuff. She points out that she's a person and has feelings. If you prick her, does she not bleed? If you don't give her a rose, does she not have a nervous breakdown? Chris thanks her for answering his questions and sends her back to the sofa next to Angela. Nobody cares about Angela. She lasted longer on the show than Christi and Heather, but nobody cares what her experiences on the show were like.