"Sweetie, I'm sorry. I should have known asking you to move in would cause a meltdown. You're a neurotic mess! And I love that about you..." The sex guy from a second ago comes out of his apartment to go be a part of the horrible Betty party, and Marc feels yucky, and Cliff's like, "All that matters is that we love each other," and the guy is all flirty and refractory at Marc, who panics and proposes marriage to Cliff, who's just standing there sighing (or wheezing!) and Cliff's like, "What?" And Marc jumps in his arms and says he wants to be with Cliff forever, and Cliff is the happiest boy in the world, and on the other end of the hug it looks like Marc just saw the scariest thing.
Daniel comes out of the building and sees what's left of Betty sitting on the curb like garbage feeling stupid again, but that's so natural for her he doesn't even notice it, and is all about crying about how he made a fool of himself with Connor and fucked it up bigtime, and then I must admit Betty got me a little bit in this scene. "Pretty sure I'm a bigger fool," she says, and then with the saddest, most embarrassed face: "I threw him a party," like she just can't stop thinking of all the ways this was mortifying.
Daniel asks if she's crying, and she really is. "I was so stupid to think that he would like me. Of course he picked Amanda!" She explains about the kissing, and how she should've known better than to assume that he meant beautiful on the outside, where she isn't. Daniel tells her she is beautiful, and then she gets even sadder and says that she's fine with who she is, but that beautiful is not one of the things. She is totally breaking down, you guys! That's so rough! Daniel explains that men are stupid and "go for the obvious," and like even Daniel does it, when he should know better, which: it's adorable that he thinks he knows better. He then reminds her that when you're 24 you are allowed to be totally stupid and have crushes left and right and cause all the drama you've got energy for, and also that she is so beautiful, and then he holds onto her so tight and feels so bad about how other guys are just like him, and well, this episode is perfect. And not even over.