At the future school of the WendySpawn, Wendy is hovering outside a door, clearly waiting for her husband. A woman exits the school and tells her that they have to begin the meeting because the headmaster's on a tight schedule. Wendy understands. Her phone rings and she checks it, and it's a message from Shane saying he can't make it and he's sorry. Wendy tightly follows the woman inside the school. After the meeting, Wendy paces angrily back and forth, waiting for Shane. He scrambles up, asking if the meeting's already over. She informs him that it took half the time because there were half the parents there. She asks him what the hell happened and he lamely says he was working on details and she just says that they've had this meeting on their calendar for months so he should have been there because it's a tough-ass school to get into. That's when he drops the bomb: "Well, I don't think my not being there will ruin his chances."
Wendy's bullshit antenna goes WAY up and she's like, What the hell is THAT supposed to mean? What Shane means is, he's a loser and she's a winner because she's the famous mommy who writes the tuition checks and he's just the idiot with no money who drops the kid off and picks him up and gets the groceries. She totally wants to walk away from this ridiculous argument, but he stops her and she just busts out with, "You want me to apologize for who I am?" No, Wendy. Clearly he wants you to apologize for working your ass off for big paychecks that allow him to buy nice leather jackets and ruffled haircuts. To his credit, as Wendy rains on his parade, he makes an "I totally know I'm wrong but I can't stop myself" face.
But then he tells her that any opportunities he may have had in the past have passed him by, because he's been too busy with the kids to pursue them and she doesn't make time for him and she tells him that's a load of crap and he angrily responds that it's not and this whole argument is so retarded and archaic that I feel like it should be retrofitted into an episode of Mad Men. He tells her to stop treating him like one of the kids, and she tells him to stop acting like one then, and this prompts him to say that she likes it better when he acts like one of her assistants, but honestly, her assistants don't do anything but play Sudoku all day and stare at her while she talks on the phone, so I seriously don't think she'd dig it if he started acting like THAT.
Uch. Fake Tokyo. Victory explains to her dragon lady boss person that she wants to move into couture, so that's why she was trying something new at Fashion Week. Dragon Lady just knocks her down, saying that there's no money in couture, but there IS money in the old Victory Ford label. Just then, some guy with a portfolio enters and hands it to Victory, saying he can't wait to work with her. Victory's all, "Buhhhh?" Dragon Lady explains that this dude makes copies and he's going to do so with the old Victory Ford designs and they're going to make a fortune. Victory flat-out says no way and goes on to say that people may not have liked her latest designs, but they'll like the next ones. She hands the guy his portfolio and leaves.