Cut to Daniel, walking around furiously during a staff meeting, clearly all hopped up on the junk. He says animatedly that they haven't tapped into the young, single male market, and that guys don't care about clothes. What they want is women they think are accessible. He hops over the conference table and says that the girls don't have to be ugly. In fact, they should be hot, and wear really nice clothes. The genius that is Daniel Meade strikes again. Wilhelmina says, "What you're saying is we should put thin, pretty women wearing nice outfits in this fashion magazine?" Her delivery on that line is gold. Alexis tries to change the subject dismissively, and Daniel stomps over to her and tells her not to do that to him, because she's not the only one who's in charge. Alexis whispers to him that she is, however, the only one with pupils that aren't the size of quarters. Touché. Wili leans over and says, "Okay, girls, tuck them back in. You're both big."
Wili then begins to talk about the "Fearless Women" feature, and says that they've managed to secure Jordan Dunne. Alexis starts to freak out and says that it's a terrible idea. Daniel smirks. Wili says that it's a fabulous idea -- Jordan Dunne hang glides, she ice-climbs, and she swam the English Channel in a leather bikini. Well, that seems ill-advised, doesn't it? They already have the title for the article: "The Daredevil Wears Prada." Nice. Alexis slams her hands down and yells, "I said no!" She ends the meeting, somehow blaming it on Daniel. It's pretty convenient for her that he's such a tool, isn't it?
While everyone files out, Daniel tells Wili and Marc that Jordan Dunne was Alex's last girlfriend before he became a she, and he's guessing they haven't seen each other since. Wili notes that Hallmark probably doesn't have a series of, "Your boyfriend's not dead -- but he is post-op!" cards. But if they did, the cards would be part of the "Fresh Ink" line. Daniel tells Wili not to cancel the meeting with Jordan, because it's going to be awesome. He then makes Wili and Marc high-five him and runs off. Time to bust out the Purell, ladies. Wili smiles, and Marc reminds her of the danger of laugh lines. She doesn't care, and says that today is a good day -- the brothers are fighting, and Bradford put the divorce papers in the mail. Soon, she says, she'll be the next Mrs. Meade. She then double-checks whether Marc can really see the laugh lines, and he kindly says, "Nope! You're as dead on the outside as you are in the inside." Wili takes it as a high compliment, much as you'd expect.