At the cemetery, Bradford and Mysterious Leatherman enter Fey's crypt, ML grumbling the whole way. Together, they slide the lid off the sarcophagus. "Where the hell's the body?" ML wonders, not very convincingly. Bradford tells him to drop the act: "You've been working for her the whole time." ML insists that Fey is dead. "Have it your way," Bradford says sepulchrally, which is the cue for a very, very large man to enter. "Mr. Green is a recent hire of mine," Bradford says. "To do what?" "To clean up messes," says Mr. Green. With a lead pipe, in the conservatory. Bradford leaves, and Mr. Green cracks his knuckles as he advances right into the camera.
Betty's in the Suarez kitchen, reheating the congealed gravy, when Hilda comes in looking like somebody died. She says that Leah's cell phone and office phones are both disconnected. Nice service, on a holiday. And really, how very slick of Leah give herself less of a head start by telling them to expect her this evening. Not that she tends to go very far anyway, as we've already observed. Hilda invites Betty to say "I told you so," but Betty's not in the mood.
Also not in any mood? Daniel, who slumps into the back of his limo and orders the driver, "Get me the hell out of here." But the driver is too slow, because Salma whips open the door and says that they need to talk. "Why, did Hunter just save an orphan from a burning building?" Daniel brats. Salma ignores this and slides in next to him. "You walked out of there all upset. I thought we were going to try to--" But Daniel doesn't want to hear it, and shuts her up by planting one on her. She kisses back. Then he plays the "Tell me that didn't mean anything" card, and asks why she's with Hunter. "Because I love him," she says. "And this morning, in his dresser, I found a ring." Daniel skeptically asks if that's really what she wants, and she claims that it is -- white picket fence and all. "Hunter offers me that," she says, and she doesn't think Daniel's ready. He gives a non-denial denial, but when she gives him a chance to give an actual denial, he can't do it. "Come on, Daniel," she says. "This is when you stop me from walking back into that club." Alas, Salma's working from a different script, because when she walks back into the club, Daniel doesn't do a damn thing to stop her. He's forgetting the magical third option, which is to argue that Salma probably isn't really ready to settle down either. He'd have to use more finesse than we've seen him use before though, or else he'd accidentally call her a slut. Yeah, this way is probably better.