And then, surprise surprise! Fashion TV has tales of the devil donating Prada. Yes, Wili has been clothing the homeless, picking up trash, and even comforting the sick. And how does she do the latter, you may ask? By doing the most awesome thing I've ever seen, and singing "Rise And Shine And Give God Your Glory (Glory)" whilst strumming an acoustic guitar. In a children's hospital. Oh, it is rich. Can Vanessa Williams get an Emmy just for that? Suzuki St. Pierre says it's as if Eleanor Roosevelt has come back to life, as a woman. The phone rings, and it's the investors. Wili says that since the cameras just showed up and ambushed her, everyone now knows the "real" Wilhelmina. Honey, nobody's seen the real Wilhelmina since 1977.
Cut to Claire on the prison phone, lamenting Bradford's lack of dexterity with a video camera. There's mention of bedroom footage involving half an hour of a moaning lamp, and that's more than we, Daniel, and Alexis really need to know. Claire tells the kids that she has a little more cache in the big house now that she's an escapee, and the bulls are giving her a wider berth. Okay, so Judith Light and Vanessa Williams can tie for the Emmy. Daniel and Alexis start fighting over who gets to tell Claire that they think she should plead not guilty for reason of insanity, and Claire has to open up a can of convict whoop-ass. She tells them that they're on their own, and have to grow up. This is a business they're talking about, not the treehouse they fought over when they were twelve. With instructions to work it out, she hangs up. Daniel thinks they should do what Claire said -- settle it like they did with the treehouse. Ladies and gentlemen, prepare for a paintball war.
Back at the Suarez House, Justin has styled Henry in a way that really accentuates his improbable shoulder-to-waist ratio. Hilda rushes in excitedly to tell everyone that she asked Gio out, and they're going to go dancing. Betty looks a little weird about this, and asks why Hilda would want to go out with annoying Gio. But Hilda thinks he's fun. Justin tells them to be home by 11, as Gio proposes going to an off-the-hook club that plays reggaeton. Hilda is excited. When Betty says she thinks it sounds fun, Hilda invites them along. They decline, as Betty says that Henry has a big surprise for her. Cut to their date night when Henry tells Betty that they're not going to have ice cream tonight -- they're going to make it. No, not make "it." Literally make ice cream. Betty looks resigned as we head to commercials.
When we return, Henry presents Betty with a bowl of his inaugural creation -- a scoop of homemade "Bananas for Betty." She thinks it's sweet that he named it after her, and wants to make out. He's too enthralled by his film selection of The Bitter Tears of Petra Von Kant. Betty tells Henry that she was thinking it would be fun to climb the fire escape or go to the pier. A puzzled Henry replies that it's supposed to rain and it's movie night. "Let's sit on the couch and eat our ice cream," says Betty, before adding, "But maybe there's a more fun way to eat it." That is going to be one sticky accountant before too long.