Freaked out, Rachel rushes to Sophie's villa and tells her to go back and look in her room.
Sophie goes, then returns, outraged.
Rachel wants to call security, but Sophie talks her out of it, saying it'll play into the hands of whoever did it. "They wanted to provoke you" (2.13.13).
Agreeing, Rachel still wants to do something, but Sophie recommends that by doing nothing, she'll show she's "stronger than they think" and "a lot classier" (2.13.15).
So Sophie's a high-road kind of gal.
Sophie mentions Astrid was right to have her look out for Rachel; Astrid was particularly worried about Rachel with this bachelorette crowd.
Gee, we wonder why?
Sophie gives us a bit more context about the allure of Nick and his family:
He's "the scion of this noble clan […] they are all vying to become Mrs. Nicholas Young" (2.13.21).
She also describes his "cloistered" upbringing, and his conditioning not to talk about family. (2.13.24).
Rachel reveals her views on marriage (not her life's goal) and Sophie offers that's entirely different in Singapore. "It doesn't matter how successful a woman is professionally. She isn't considered complete until she is married and has children" (2.13.30). Yikes.
We find out, along with Rachel, that Sophie is Colin's sister. Her mom was Astrid's dad's sister. Was.
Sophie and Rachel connect over being raised by one parent.
Rachel likes Sophie because she reminds her of Nick, her honesty and "lack of pretension" (2.13.41).