Daniel, Wili and Marc arrive in the hallway, and Daniel busts down the door, which has been bolted from the inside. Once it's open, he sees Betty, wielding a fire extinguisher. She looks at him and deadpans, "You don't pay me enough." It's truer now than ever before.
Outside the apartment, there are sirens. Renee apologizes to Daniel, and says she thought she was getting better. He is sorry, too. She mouths that she's sorry to Betty. Marc tells Wili he knows this must be hard. She tells him not to speak -- they chose their side, and it's over. Wili walks off with Renee and the police escort, telling her that they're going to get her the help she needs. Daniel watches them go. He sits beside Betty, both of them in stunned silence.
Once back at Casa de Suarez, Hilda gives Betty a trim as she recounts the whole ordeal to her family. Ignacio is concerned that Betty was locked in a fiery building with a crazy lady, but Betty admits to sort of understanding Renee. She tells Ignacio that she's doing fine. And she has to go to work. Turns out Daniel tried to give her the day off, but she refused. She figures Daniel will really need a friend today. Hilda gives Betty the clothes she borrowed from Mode, and tells her how the plan to show up Gina Gambarro went astray. She and her Dr. Chiropractor seem really in love, and Hilda wishes she had that. What Hilda DOES have are ever-bigger knockers. For every month of the writers' strike they grew like Pinocchio's nose. Betty says that Gina might be in love, but she's still trash. She always knows what to say to make Hilda feel better.
At the office, Betty asks Daniel if he's okay. He's okay if she's okay. She chats him up, and tells him that he'll find someone worthy of him. Daniel really loved Renee. He then notes that Amanda said he needed to be more sensitive, so he's not going to talk about this in front of Betty. Betty asks what he means. Yes, the doofus still thinks that Betty has a crush on him. She totally makes fun of him, then goes to talk to Henry. She doesn't want him to be jealous of Gio, because she only loves him. Henry tells Betty she can be friends with whomever she wants -- he's just glad she's okay. They lip lock as Daniel looks on and feels sorry for himself. He totally wishes Betty actually had a crush on him right now.
Next week: Babies, babies everywhere!