Back at Mode, Alexis storms into Daniel's office and tells him to stay away from Jordan. He laughs at her jealousy, and says that finally, he has the one thing she can't have, adding that she should have thought of that before she gave away the family jewels. It is so Daniel to say "family jewels." Alexis asks what's going on with him, and he replies that she's never seen him win before. He adds, "Alex? This is me winning," for good measure.
Meanwhile, Betty and Hilda have finally made it to a little town, with Hilda complaining all the while and telling Betty to give it up. They stop at a restaurant, and Betty, who thinks they're still near Via Nueva, asks the rather hot waiter if he knows of a blue house in the area where an old woman named Yolanda Salazar lives. He doesn't, so Betty heads over to ask the man selling the dirty fruit whether he knows anything. I think the underlying theme of this episode is, "If you go to Mexico, don't eat anything." When she leaves, the waiter notes that Hilda looks like she might need a shot of tequila. She'll take two, thank you very much. Ah, a woman after my own heart. As Betty approaches the dirty-fruit guy, she has another Henry sighting, and this time, she actually runs after him. Hilda thinks Betty is crazy, per usual. If only she heard the New-Age-y wolf whistle, too, she would know that it is all for a greater purpose.
Back at Tavares's loft, Marc approaches Brad from behind and says, "Hey handsome, I'm giving you a ticket 'cause you are smokin' indoors!" Bradford turns around, and Marc apologizes profusely. Bradford says it's okay, and kind of chuckles to himself at his own hotness. Marc scurries off to Wilhelmina and says she owes him one while throwing up a little in his mouth. She says to think of it as taking one for the team, because if Bradford doesn't feel good about himself, he won't move on, and if he doesn't move on, she won't move up. Bradford notices a hot younger woman looking at him, and he saunters over to her. She apologizes for staring, then says that she thinks his ear is oozing. Nothing ruins a night of schmoozing and boozing like a little oozing. An embarrassed Bradford thanks her, then catches a glance of himself in the mirror. He shakes his head, as well he should.
All the while, Betty has been chasing Henry in Mexico. She must be a slow runner, because he is walking at a pretty leisurely pace and she still can't catch up. Use the work gym once in a while! Henry leads her up a hill, by -- you guessed it! -- a tree that has missing branches on one side. To emphasize the point, a bird, who might or might not be Henry, sits atop the tree. Ah, so that's how he got to Mexico so quick. He ripped off his glasses and became Symbolic Birdman, as he is wont to do in the evening. And off in the distance behind the tree? Yeah, the blue house. But not the blue house of pancakes, I am sad to tell you. Betty stares off anxiously as we head to commercials.