Everyone stands behind their chairs as Betty announces that they're going to be taking a little trip around the world -- they'll start in Spain with gazpacho, then move to Japan for rumaki, and then Duchess County for leg of lamb with mint jelly, accompanied by egg noodles from Germany. Also, there's burgundy from France, or a frosted glass of beer from Holland. Well, Don, apparently she can tell the difference between Paris and Amsterdam. Duck asks if Don brought a case from work, joking that Don will do anything to win an argument, but Betty quickly lets us know that she bought the Heineken. Don adds that he's not allowed even to pick where he sits, which gets an appreciative laugh from everyone except his wife, who looks around warily as she asks what's funny. Duck tells Crab that he wants to be in business with someone who knows his stuff, and explains to Betty that Don thought she was the market for the beer. Betty's like, oh, that is funny. "What an interesting experiment." Yes, that's how every happily married woman thinks of herself. Petra then gives Betty a choice between her sitting down or falling down, so Betty has everyone take their seats while she pours wine for the people that want it. Roger offers a disappointingly canned toast, and then Betty sits with a look that clues us in that whatever Don may know about her demographic, he's still in for a surprise.
Episode Report CardCouch Baron: A+ | 2276 USERS: B+
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