So now the flowers make an appearance, as Betty strolls into the picture in one of those garish Betty outfits that make her identifiable from miles away, even without night-vision goggles. She's leaving another voicemail on Jesse's phone, which is always the best way to convince someone you don't care about them. Wili and Marc spot her, but she's coming from behind Connor's car. Daniel sees her in the rear-view mirror, which is labeled "Objects in mirror are larger than they appear". See, it's a fat joke. Because Betty's supposedly fat! Except it's Television Fat, like Jerri Blank. Daniel gets Connor out of the car by sending him for coffee and dashes across the street to intercept Betty as she's going up the steps to Molly's building. He grabs the flowers and shoos her away, but is unable to get the flowers into a dumpster before Connor shows back up.
Instead of dropping the flowers, Daniel hides them behind his back, which never works. Connor grabs them and makes fun of the cheapness of the carnations before opening the card. It's signed "R.J." Daniel more or less convinces Connor there's no point in staying here and risking his relationship with Wilhelmina and they call it a night.
As Wili and Marc also leave, Wili spots Molly walking up the street and realizes this is her building. Wili claims that it all makes perfect sense. I'm not sure I agree with her completely, but at least everybody's up to speed.
Betty recaps the episode so far as she and Daniel walk past some bright orange desks. See, I thought I'd add a little color to this recap. (Pa-zing!) Betty thinks the Love Rhombus is dumb, and uses that as an excuse to complain about Jesse not returning her calls. And now she doesn't want to leave Manhattan because there's unfinished business. Daniel: "Betty, are you really sure you wanna move back home?" Betty, flat and uninterested: "Of course. I love my family." She doesn't really seem into the idea, if you ask me. Daniel thinks she's coming up with excuses not to go. Betty has this whole fantasy about living in the city and having a boyfriend and all that. Daniel recommends standing up for herself and thus getting her groove back.
Connor comes to Wili's office, and she confronts him with her belief that he's still hung up on Molly. He denies it, and they have a very Telenovela scene. Wili declaims, in close-up, that "Wilhelmina Slater doesn't play second fiddle to anyone. And she doesn't beg. For. Anyone."
Oh, right. Queens. Elena won't let Ignacio cook with a pat of butter. She'll let him make a Spanish omelet with cooking spray, though. As long as he doesn't use salt or egg yolks. He stands up to her for about ten seconds and then stalks off. Thanks, Queens. See you in about ten minutes for another thirty-second scene! These are sure making me wish Betty spent more time with her family.