Betty and Jesse are on their date in the coffee shop. Jesse wants Betty to try the meatloaf, which should be safe. You'd have to order a few hundred pounds to make fifty bucks worth at this place. Jesse starts blathering about his band and not letting Betty get a word in edgewise, which is pretty much how it goes when you're with a musician.
Connor and Daniel are sparring at FISTICUFFS. Connor punches Daniel in his face a few times, including once when Daniel has taken his headguard off. It seems that Connor saw the "Rich Jerk" shirt when he cast his eyes downward five paragraphs ago and figured out who "R.J." was. But it looks like he's satisfied after punching Daniel and looking disappointed in him. Okay, so that's the end of that subplot, right? Connor isn't dating Molly or Wilhelmina, and Daniel and Molly aren't hiding from anyone. So we can all get on with our lives. Incidentally, isn't this sort of behavior frowned upon at most gyms?
At the coffee shop (where Betty hasn't eaten any of her meatloaf) Jesse is still talking about this time his fly was open and segues into a song which, no lie, starts like this:
"Headache, heartache, depression, rejection..."
Betty retreats into a fantasy world, which is really the only thing you can do when you're confronted with that sort of thing. In the dream world, Jesse is in a cheesy music video singing a song that appears to be called "Me me me". When Betty comes back to reality (or as close as this show gets, har har), Jesse's actual song ends with the line "If there's one thing I can count on, it's me." Betty cringes and applauds a little. Jesse tells her she's a really good listener and is great for him. Betty says that it's fine that he used her to make himself feel better because she was just using him to try to fulfill her own fantasy and gets the hell out of there.
At Mode, Daniel has a black eye and Betty gets him some ice from a big glass bucket that's not in any kind of a freezer. They just look like glass balls, and I don't see how they'd stay cold. Connor walks in to make sure the budget meeting is still on for that night. This guy sure likes budget meetings! Anyway, Connor claims that the two of them have no outstanding issues, which seems weird. That's no way to run a telenovela. You have to brood and plot and glare. Just punching people in the face and moving on is suspiciously straightforward. I love that the most mature thing anyone's done on this show involved physical violence.