As Amanda makes another unsuccessful attempt to get a drop of blood from Bradford, Betty binges on fries. Daniel finds her at the fry counter, saying he heard about the photo shoot and thought she might need a friend. Back at Mode, Wili hates her fashion assistants, who can't seem to accessorize an outfit. She hears a whisper behind a clothes rack that says, "Lose the belt." It's Justin, or, as Wili calls him, the "fashion elf." He says the outfit's too busy and quotes Coco Chanel. Wili is impressed and notes that Justin has the gift. Marc runs in and tells Wili that "Shmaire Schmeade" is on the phone for her. Wili answers the phone with, "Is this Nobody's Most Wanted?" and Claire tells Wili to bite her. Claire asks Wili if she loves Bradford more than Mode, and says that if Wili leaves Bradford, Claire will sign Mode over to her. Claire tells Wili to meet her in Central Park at eight, and she'll be dressed as either a nun or a cat. How about a cat dressed as a nun? Wili puts on a kicky hat and tells Marc that soon, all their problems will be taken care of.
Betty admits to Daniel that the whole Henry thing got to her, even though he's just a guy. Daniel says that Henry is a guy that she loves, and tells her to go back to the office and get some things for that night, because they're going to a funeral. You know, Daniel is awfully mobile for a guy newly in a wheelchair in New York City.
Meanwhile, Marc feeds Bradford some lines about Wili not liking his ear hair in order to get some clippings for DNA. "Never send a girl to do a woman's job," he tells Amanda, as he emerges from the office with a zip-loc bag full of what looks to be the Yeti's coat. Bradford can now hear for the first time in years.
At the park, Betty is digging a grave with Daniel by her side. Daniel says Henry's gone, and Betty has to put him to rest. So she's burying all of her Henry memorabilia, including low-sodium soy sauce packets from their first sushi date. Daniel notes that Betty brought a lot of stuff and says, "We may need a bigger hole." Something tells me that's not the first time he's said that.
Hilda emerges in her wedding dress for Santos, and looks gorgeous. She wants to hear his wedding vows, and secretly thinks he never actually wrote them. But he did. Meanwhile, what appears to be Wilhelmina, based on the hat and outfit, walks into a tunnel, where a nun is coming toward her. Have none of these people seen The Brave One? Yeesh. Turns out the nun is Yoga, who says, "Say your prayers, bitch." The real Claire sneaks into Bradford's office, sees his chair back in front of the computer, and says that they don't have much time, and Wilhelmina's at the park. The chair turns around and Wili's in it. "Is she?" she asks. Back at the park, we discover that Marc is dressed in a Wili costume. Wili asks if Claire thought Wili would really fall for her ruse, since she knows that Claire would never sell out her kids. Wili says it's okay, because even though she won't have Mode, soon she'll have everything else. She fixes Claire a drink and tells her that she'll have to down it quickly, since the police will be there in three minutes. Claire says she only needs one, and then lands a right hook square on Wili's eye. Perhaps I'm in the minority, but I actually think that being in prison has been good for Claire.
Back at the park, Betty finally is through all of her Henry memorabilia, and delivers a little eulogy. This is interspersed with Hilda's vows to Santos, and it's not so unlike Amy Sedaris making a cheeseball with Martha Stewart. Betty says that she guesses she feels a little better, and maybe she can start fresh. Daniel looks at his pill bottle and says he needs a fresh start, too. He admits to Betty that the reason he and Alexis were in an accident is that Daniel was high and Alexis was rushing him to the rehab hospital. On a long, windy, tree-lined street. In the middle of New York City. Daniel doesn't know if he'll ever be able to get over the guilt, but says he can get over being so cracked-out all the time. He throws his pills in the grave. Way to defile Betty's tribute to her relationship with Henry, you schmuck.