Meanwhile, back in the pokey, a transaction is taking place. Yoga passes something to Chartreuse, who passes something to a weight-lifting Claire. Claire then goes up to Sugar Free, who asks why she should do this. Claire says she'll put $50,000 in Sugar Free's daughter's account. Little Sorbitol Susan will be doing pretty well for herself. Claire asks Sugar Free to take the candy bar, and she does. Yoga comes up to Claire and says, "Nice work, Bitch." Claire asks what happened to her charming nickname, "Fish," and Yoga says, "Fish become Bitch after two weeks." I don't know what any of this means, but I sure hope I never end up in a women's prison.
Back at the office, Daniel has explained to Betty that he got beat up by a drug dealer, who took some money and a very expensive watch that Daniel didn't like anyway. Bradford probably designed that one for his twenty-fifth birthday. Daniel says it's okay, and he adds, "It's not like I'm going to use him again." Buzzkill Betty of course hones in on the fact that he shouldn't be using drugs at all. Daniel tells her not to look at him like that -- it's like medicine, and at least he isn't using sex to avoid his problems. Betty says this is because he's using drugs to avoid his problems. Daniel says he knows she's disappointed in him, and Betty walks out, saying she's way past being disappointed. In a roundabout way, though, this is kind of all her fault. At least when Daniel was getting laid all the time, he was kind of fun and most certainly less tragic.
Down the hall at Wili's office, Fabia has arrived. She asks why she's there, since the meeting about her layout is tomorrow, and Wili says she couldn't wait to congratulate Fab on her upcoming nuptials. Fabia pats her chest, thanks Wilhelmina, and says she got them done for the wedding. She also apparently had her mouth widened, because she looks like the Joker. She shows Wili a photo of her octogenarian fiancé, the largest shipping magnate in the world. She has to marry him before his bambinos cut her out of the will. Fabia says that Wili must come to the ceremony, since she won't be able to get married without her something old. Wili replies that with the veins in her legs, she already has something blue. Wili says that it's too bad she won't be able to attend Fabia's wedding, since she's getting married to Bradford on the 16th. Fabia replies that it's too bad she won't be able to get St. Patrick's Day [sic] Cathedral. Wili cuts to the chase and says that she wants St. Patrick's, and she wants Elton John, and there must be something she can give Fabia in exchange. She'll do anything. As her mouth widens in the manner of Pinocchio's nose, Fabia points at Marc and says, "I want that girl." Nooooooooooo!