He made the right choice in cutting Alison. She truly wouldn't be happy with him.
I did think it was interesting, though that when Zora asked him what he was thinking (when he was being so quiet) he said "nothing, just taking it all in." Then Alison said the exact same words to him when he asked her what she was thinking. Mr. Eden pointed this out to me, saying he thought Evan had a bit of a double standard there. "It's ok for me to clam up, but when you do it means you're not "into me."
I wish Zora would have just told him, "look, I feel very intimidated by all these riches. I grew up dirt poor and I've had to earn everything I have. It makes me uncomfortable to be surrounded by all this luxury." Wouldn't that have pleased Joe? Just goes to show, it often pays to just honestly speak your mind and take your chances.
The drawing of Melissa was awful! Gah! I do, think, however, that Alison was wrong about not displaying a portrait of yourself. I have a really neat charcoal drawing of me at age 17 that I display in our bedroom. It's something nice to pass on to the kids and grandkids, too. Of course, mine doesn't look like a characature!
Mojo. God, what an embarassment. There just are no words.
Who do you think he's talking about next week when he says "she's an opportunist?" I think that all the girls are, except Zora. I hope Evan and Zora end up together.