At Wil's place, Nico has taken it upon herself to lay the Thanksgiving meal out on the table. She's lighting the candles when Wil comes in wearing the dress Christina altered for her, cuffed sleeves and all. Nico says that she doesn't have to meet her friends until later, so she asks Wil to join her for a "snack." Wil weakly pleads the Versace party, but Nico says that's going to be "seven models fighting over a celery stick." Wil takes a seat. Nico sincerely thanks her mom for all her work, and Wil starts to protest, but finally acknowledges the sentiment with a subtle but warm smile. They tuck in, talking about Nico's classes. Aw. Times like this it's easy to forget that Wil's evil.
At Casa Suarez, Betty's going ahead with the buñuelos. Hilda tells her not to bother: "Leah stole our money! And we can't even go to the police because we can't tell them Dad's illegal." All the more reason to have dessert, if you ask me. And lots of it. Hilda beats herself up over being taken in, but Betty is being quite understanding, even when Hilda confesses that she wanted to "come through for once. To be the big hero." Betty says that, in that case, Hilda can help finish the buñuelos. Hilda finally gives up and joins Betty at the center island. Betty says that it's really her own fault, which even Hilda thinks is going too far. But Betty wonders if her job is really worth it. Hilda tells her that she's been taking care of the family since Mom died, and that they should probably stop relying on her so much. Betty says that taking care of them was one thing she knew she could do: "I wasn't ever going to be the pretty one." Hilda kindly touches Betty's hair, as if to say, "Well, we could try--naaah." Hilda says that they're more capable than Betty thinks. "I put these nails in stuffing today," she lies. Betty rolls her eyes and throws some sugar down Hilda's cleavage. Not a euphemism. Before this can devolve into a full-on food fight, Betty's cell phone rings, and Hilda insists that Betty answer it. "Tell Daniel I said hi," she says, leaving Betty to her boss and her buñuelos.