But wait! Henry is not going to reject her. He broke up with Charlie, because there's someone else. Someone who makes his mouth go dry. And it's Betty. Just as they are about to try out their arid kisses, Amanda bursts in to see who's hogging the copier. She hilariously says, "Ewwwww. Dorcus interruptus," and Betty and Henry yell at her to get out. She does, and she calls out to the rest of the office that Betty's in heat. But no matter. Henry says that they need to have a real date. Their first date. As a crowd gathers and someone asks, "Is that the guy who looks like C3PO?" they agree on tomorrow at eight. Henry leaves and Betty gets a big smile on her face. She opens up the copier and accidentally hits the "go" button, which results in a copy of big, smiling, Betty. Which is not how copiers work at all, but if you can suspend your disbelief long enough to think that Betty and Henry have easily achieved unfettered happiness ten minutes into the finale, I think you can kid yourself about the workings of Xerox, too. Commercials.
When we return, we are in the office of Dr. Farkas. Or should I say Dr. Fu...well, let's save that one for later, shall we? Betty tells perky dental hygienist (and special guest star!) Kristin Chenoweth that she's just there for a cleaning -- she has a date with a guy she's crazy about, and she wants her teeth to sparkle. Kristin Chenoweth -- a.k.a. Diane -- says that it's so romantic, just like when Julia Roberts flossed before whoring herself in Pretty Woman. She adds that it's a great movie, with an important message. Be the prettiest prostitute on the block and you'll end up happy? I don't see how this helps Betty.