Daniel brings Molly (remember Molly? His girlfriend, who's dying of cancer, who used to go out with Connor, the guy who was Meade CFO, went out with Wili and then stole the entire contents of the Meade bank account?) into the offices, telling her there's something funny on the lightboard. Daniel's intercepted by Amanda, who tells him that because she doesn't have a direct supervisor, she's written her own performance review. This distraction means that Molly is unsupervised when she sees a lightboard with a big picture of a ring and a giant sign saying "Will You Marry Me?" Boy, they have giant mockups of their magazine. Anyway, Molly is delighted at being asked to marry her, but it turns out that Daniel was just trying to show her a picture of Paula Abdul yelling at a mailbox. Molly tries to pretend she knew that, but Amanda leans in, emphasizes that Molly definitely thought she was being proposed to, comments on how embarrassing this is, and leaves. Awkward.
Y.E.T.I. meting. Bernadette Peters, who is wearing some kind of leopard-print breast-thrusting top, divides the young Y.E.T.I.-ites into teams of three. Betty, Marc and Matt are a team, although Matt's late. Marc asks if he could change teams, and Bernadette offers to team up with him, if you know what I mean. And if you don't, she makes it very, very clear indeed. Marc is uncomfortable with the idea.
Matt rushes in, telling Betty that he was at an art gallery and lost track of time. Bernadette declares that their final project is to do a photo shoot and feature article for whatever magazine they draw from the Mystery Bag. Betty draws "Music." And then has to draw again, and gets "Physical Sciences," because they have to combine the two. Bernadette explains that she likes to "spice things up." She explains this while once again making Marc uncomfortable and a little confused. As she hands out the rest of the cards, she explains that the Meade Hiring Freeze is duplicated throughout the rest of the industry, so only the winning team will be receiving job interviews. That's weird, but Betty is just as plucky as usual. Bernadette tries to initiate a "group hug," but Marc hastily gets Betty between him and the weird lady.