When we return, Bradford is in his office looking sullen but more normal, thank God. Wili enters and tells him that he should have stayed longer at the party. He says that he was a fool to think that he could ever be Brad Meade again. And, may I add, a fool for thinking that Wili wants to get in his pants for reasons that aren't nefarious in nature. Wili says that she remembers Brad -- in fact, he ran Mode when she started. Every woman wanted him, but there was one woman who wasn't interested. That woman was Wilhelmina. So, basically, nothing has changed. Wili says that she thought Brad was a fool, but Brad grew into Bradford. So now he's a pretentious and pompous fool with a WASP-y name. And what's more attractive than that? Wili lies that he's a strong, wise, and sexy man. And the, the kicker: "A man who's ruined all other men for me." Oh my LORD is she laying it on thick. But Bradford is looooooving it. If he believes that line, then he deserves all the trials and pain that are coming his way. He signs the divorce papers and says, "Here's to starting over." Dude. Should have been nicer to the tranny.
Meanwhile, in Mexico, the hot waiter is rubbing Hilda's feet. Okay, that is so against code I don't even know where to start. Seriously, people, if you go to Mexico DO NOT EAT. Hilda starts complaining about the chaos of her wedding, and hot waiter says that it seems like all the signs are telling her not to get married. Hilda says that she doesn't believe in signs, and hot waiter says that it's too bad, because there was a reason that she was brought there to him. Hilda -- who knows that his name is actually Antonio -- says that she knows what he's doing. He asks if she can blame him, and then he asks why everything is so hard for her. Maybe it's because she hasn't yet learned about THE SECRET.