Sam asks Funk what he's doing in her house. Regina: "Or, 'hello, it's so nice to see you again,' is what we sometimes say to company, Samantha." It turns out that Funk is there to ask Howard for Sam's hand in marriage. A proposal that Howard was only too happy to accept. Sam starts to freak out, but Regina drags her off to the kitchen. Regina is upset that Sam never told her that a billionaire was in love with her. Sam points out that she doesn't even know Funk, and also mentions that Andrea is in love with him. Regina thinks that Andrea only loves him for his money. Sam points out that his money is the only reason Regina loves him. Regina: "Yes, but I'm not the one marrying him." As they're speaking, Regina is transferring some vegetables from a roasting pan to a serving dish. Sam tells her that she won't be marrying Funk either. Regina thinks it would be foolish to turn down such a famous and powerful person: "The man could snap his fingers and have every window in this house weather-stripped."
Sam walks Funk down the walk to his stretch limo. Funk is carrying a container of leftover potatoes that Regina foisted off on him. Sam tells him to enjoy the food, but to return the container and not to lose the lid. She's clearly put off by his having barged into her family, and to his credit he seems to get that he went over the line. But when she tells him it's cold (as an excuse to go back inside and get away from her billionaire stalker), he tells her that he can have her in Barbados by morning. Sam, ever loyal, tells him, "You know who likes the tropics and also bossing around people from third world countries is my friend Andrea." Funk tells her that she's the only one he wants. She tells him the only sound he's going to hear after her "no" is another no. He asks her if she's seen snow since the accident. She tells him to forget about heading to Aspen. Yeah, she's definitely a Park City kind of girl. Funk snaps his fingers, and it starts snowing. Sam is suitably impressed and slightly smitten, even when he confesses that he could see the snow starting to fall in the streetlight. She's grateful for the gift of her first snow, and he moves in to wipe a flake off her eyelid. As he's going in for the kiss, Howard and Regina pop up and take their picture, and then tell Sam to take a picture of her with the car.