Back at Mode, Wili yells to someone named Lorraine that she needs graphics. Marc pops up at her side ready to meet her request. Without looking at him, she says, "What happened to you, Lorraine, you suddenly seem more feminine?" Marc tells her that Fabia fired him with no explanation. So he's free, and ready to go back to work for her, if she'll have him. Wili says that he does already know how she likes her coffee. He adds, "Not to mention how you plotted to destroy Daniel and convinced Bradford to divorce Claire and marry you so that you could take over Meade Enterprises." "Yeah, that too," she says. Is it wrong that I want to be in the middle of a Wilhelmina/Marc sandwich at least twenty-two out of twenty-four hours of the day? Because if so, I don't want to be right.
Marc asks what's on the agenda, particularly with the wedding. Wili says that she changed the date -- she and Bradford aren't getting married until November. Marc is surprised, but then gets a knowing look. He asks if Wili traded Fabia back the 16th in exchange for him. If so, she's an Indian giver. But also not quite the cold, heartless bee-yotch we had once suspected, even if she initially sold Marc into a kind of indentured servitude. She says coolly that she just realized her colors were better suited for a fall wedding. Marc gets behind her and gives her a hug, and he wears a little hint of a smile. And soon, nothing else. Ha ha -- no, that didn't happen. But if it had, that would out-twist anything yet to come in this finale. "You did not just hug me," she says, and Marc says of course he didn't before going to unpack his stuff at his desk. Awwww. These two are more star-crossed than Betty and Henry. Or than Betty and Daniel, depending on which side you're on.
Meanwhile, Christina and Amanda are doing some boozing and bonding in The Secret Love Dungeon. Amanda, Muppet-Janice-like in her delivery, finishes a story with, "And I never told anybody this, but his name was Bill Cosby." Girl, I do not want to hear anything more about what that man did with his pudding pop. Amanda says that they've been talking a lot about her, which has been fun. Christina guesses that Amanda wants to hear one of her secrets, and Amanda coos, "You wanna kiss me, don't you?" Christina does not. However, she tells Amanda that she has a husband back in Scotland. This makes her ten percent more interesting to Amanda. Christina says that he's an insurance auditor, and Amanda adjusts it to five percent. Christina says that it was less than that, and the only time things got interesting were when he'd come home drunk and throw the furniture around. So one morning she got up, made Stuart his breakfast, and went off to the airport. To this day, he has no idea where she is. Well, he'll be relieved that she didn't show up two years later as Christopher.