Back on the plane to Guadalajara, Hilda swills the free champagne and tries to collect everyone's free travel kit to use for bridesmaids' gifts. Betty offers up hers, but Hilda tells her to keep it since she's the maid of honor. Betty goes over all of Ignacio's relatives with him, then says that she hates it that there's no one on her mom's side of the chart. Ignacio says that he can't help her, since he only knew Rosa's mother. Betty asks what year her grandmother died, and Ignacio says that he doesn't know, but it was sometime after Hilda was born. Good thing, or Daniel would probably be after her spicy grandma ass, too. Betty notes that her mom never talked about her grandmother. Ignacio snaps that Betty needs to concentrate on the people they do know. He then apologizes and says that he's just nervous about going back to Mexico. He's been gone a long time, and he didn't exactly leave under the best circumstances. Hilda pops over the seat and yells, "So they don't know you killed mom's husband?" and Betty shushes her. Ignacio says that nobody knows anything except for the girls and his sister, Mierta, and he asks if they can please stop talking about this. He notes that Betty is missing an earring, and she laments that she's lost the "Dias" from her "Buenos Dias" set, adding that she knew she shouldn't have brought her good jewelry. You know, if Daniel keeps up with this GILF fetish, maybe a romance between him and Betty isn't out of the question.
Back at Bradford's office, Wilhelmina pours champagne. She says that she knows bubbly is the worst thing to mix with his cholesterol medication, but she thought a celebration was in order. See, she's totally trying to kill him! And the ink isn't even dry on the divorce papers! Wait, strike that. The ink isn't on the papers at all, because Bradford didn't sign them. "Are you forgetting she hired thugs to beat me?" asks Wili. This would be a really effective line if it were true. Wili grabs at her neck and says that the doctors told her she'd have to learn to live with her injury. I guess if she has Bradford fooled into thinking she likes having sex with him, convincing him of this stuff is really nothing. Bradford says that he's been married to Claire for so long, and how can he just start his life over? When he met Claire, he was Brad Meade. A porn star? Well, maybe. He was young, ambitious, and felt like he could do anything. Wili tells him that he can, and that he just needs to get out in the world again. She will facilitate the process by taking him to Tavares's opening. Bradford seems doubtful, but Wili says that he needs to shake things up -- buy a new car, get a new look. She can help him find Brad again. I don't know; I think Brad is happy being lost.