At the reception desk, Marc approaches Amanda with plans for the evening. She gets a look on her face, and he says, "Don't tell me you forgot we were gonna rent 300 and enjoy the mildly homophobic slash homoerotic content!" She apologizes, but says that it's the night of Tavares's party. Marc is incensed, and he says that clearly, she has replaced him with "that African queen." Heh. He thinks he's yester-gay's news. Amanda sells the party to Marc with the promise of cute boys and seals the deal by telling him that he's having the best hair day ever. In that case, it would really be like a public service for him to go. Marc tries to make like he's got a new hag -- or should he say haggis -- to take to the party, and tries to wrangle Christina, who's rushing by. She tells him to sod off, then pushes him into a curvy Mode wall. Christina will not be hagged by force.
Back in Alexis's office, there is more awkwardness. Alexis says that she knows Jordan must hate her. Jordan says she did, but she's a tough girl, so she got over it. She adds that this explains a lot about their relationship, like why Alex never left the toilet seat up. Or wanted to have sex with her. You know. Alexis says she wanted to tell Jordan, but Jordan notes that then, Alexis would have had to say goodbye, which was not an area in which Alex Meade was particularly talented. She adds that it's okay, and that this is who Alexis is supposed to be. Awwww, that's pretty nice. Jordan then compliments Alexis on her great rack. Alexis says that they're Jordan's -- Alexis took a picture of her to the surgeon. That's...sweet? The nose is Kate Winslet's. The teeth are Bugs Bunny's.
Meanwhile, Hilda tries on Clara's hideous blue and purple wedding dress. Clara says that she felt like a fairy princess. Justin asks what color was left for the bridesmaids, and Mierta notes that there was no way Clara could wear white. Hilda politely says that she's thinking of going more traditional -- say, one or two colors. Vanessa says it's no problem, but that it's a wedding, not a funeral. Aww, funny. As they go to try on Vanessa's two other wedding dresses, Betty entices Mierta into having another glass of her famous ponche. Mierta resists at first, but gives in to her own delicious recipe and the spirit of celebration. Now that Betty has realized that you can get people to give you what you want when you get them drunk, her relationship with Henry is going to take on whole new dimensions.