Cut to Andrea and Bad Sam walking through the same field. Andrea is warning Sam that there will be all kinds of problems when she tries to build a mall in the only habitat of an endangered species of butterfly. Sam: "Parenting books. Golf. Ohio." Andrea asks her what she's talking about. Sam: "Just listing other things I couldn't give a crap about."
Back in the present, Tracy tries to remove the net from around Sam's shoulders while the crazy protester who netted her is just standing there. Where are the cops? Sam thinks she has butterfly blood on her hands. Andrea: "Oh, I don't think they have blood. They're like birds." Sam can't believe that this is going to be her legacy. She wants to tell Chapman to forget the mall, but Andrea notes that to do that she'll need a way to come up with $200 million. Sam gets a sneaky look on her face. I know where she's going, but I don't think Dena's quite worth $200 million.
Cut to Sam and Dena at the bar. Sam tells Dena that she needs to find herself a man, but Dena thinks dating is kind of dangerous, since she gets a little too stalkery a little to easily. And then Chapman shows up. Let's leave them to get to know each other while we watch some commercials.
It's the next morning, at the coffee shop. Sam is asking Dena how Chapman was when Andrea shows up. (Dena thought he was great, by the way, and not at all creepy the way Sam always said he was). Sam tries to lead Andrea away, but not before she hears that Dena went on a date with Chapman. Andrea follows Sam and accuses her of pimping out Dena (said pimping being something Sam claimed she would never do). Sam thinks it would be wrong to pimp Dena out for an ass-hugging chair, but that it's okay to do it to save the butterflies. And then Dena arrives to let Sam know that Todd is lurking outside the coffee shop. Sam becomes intensely neurotic (I mean, more than usual), and breathes in Andrea's face to see if she's kissable. She has coffee breath, so she runs off to find a mint. While she's gone, Andrea starts gossiping with Dena about Chapman. But her gossip is interrupted by her own cry of pain, as she complains to Dena about the horrible crappy chair she's forced to sit in at the office.