Back in Mexico, Betty and Hilda are on a bus. Hilda asks how far it is to the outlet mall where they're going to look for her wedding dress, and Betty says it's just a couple of miles. Hilda says that she'd better find something, and she bemoans how hard everything is with her wedding. Well, she just got engaged, like, yesterday, and apparently is getting married in ten minutes. A short timeline will do that to you. Betty asks Hilda where she got her quesadilla, and Hilda motions to a guy on the back of the bus. She notes that she's had better, and Betty asks, "On a bus?" It's a good point. We suddenly hear the lonesome call of some sort of New-Age-y whistle, and Betty looks out the window to see a flannel-shirted Henry riding a moped next to the bus. She acknowledges that she's probably just seeing things, even though it would be so totally like Henry to rent a moped. Hilda notes that the stuff with their maternal grandmother really got to Betty, and adds that that's the only reason why she agreed to go shopping when Betty suggested it. Hilda then gets a funny look, and she realizes that they're actually going to Yolanda's house. Betty says that Hilda was a lot smarter before she got engaged.
Meanwhile, Tavares sidles up to Amanda, who is in the back of his studio going through a rack of clothes, and notes that everyone loves his stuff. She sarcastically says that she'd hug him, but she doesn't want her greasy paws to ruin his shirt. Actually, given the way she eats, that might be a legitimate worry. He apologizes, noting that this is a big night for him. She pulls out the blazer from earlier and asks what it's still doing there. Tavares says that it's one of his best, and that coconut-shell buttons are the next big thing. Only if they come with a straw and are filled with pina colada. Which would actually be my ideal wardrobe choice. Amanda sternly says that Wili hates them, and if Tavares wants to get ahead in the fashion business, he can't cross her. He pulls Amanda to him and they start making out. And then, who should open a curtain and spy them but Marc! He looks shocked, and slowly, very slowly, closes the curtain.
Back on the bus, Betty tells Hilda that they should be close to their grandmother's place, which Mierta described as a little blue house outside of Via Nueva. Get it? Via Nueva. Hilda says that she just wants to go home, and notes that the quesadilla isn't sitting so well. Betty says, "Oh really? Because usually when you buy cheese cooked on a bus it's pretty good." Oooh, you just do not know where cheese served on a bus came from, but something tells me you might find a toenail in it. Hilda asks what Betty is hoping to get out of this. Betty says that she doesn't know, but after what the curandera said and after finding out that Yolanda is still alive, Betty feels like she's supposed to meet her. Hilda again says that Yolanda doesn't want to meet them. This moment of sisterly tension is interrupted by another Henry sighting. Betty is sure that it's him this time, and, as the bus is stopped, she runs off of it. Hilda follows, and while they argue, of course, the bus drives off. Hilda is enraged, and she asks what they're going to do now. They do seem to be in the middle of nowhere. Betty says that she thinks there's a town a couple of miles back, and Hilda throws her quesadilla wrapper at Betty. As Hilda berates Betty and threatens to throw her bouquet in the direction of Gina Gambarro, the sisters walk, and we head to commercials.