Oh, right. The Wilhelmina plot. Okay: Wili is angry at Christina. Christina is defensive. The words "turkey baster" are thrown around. Sad tinkly music appears on the soundtrack, and they agree to get a blood test. Well, obviously.
Betty and Daniel are ducking through the party about to ambush Cal when they themselves are ambushed by security. Daniel bluffs, then tries to duck around one, then is caught in a hammerlock. Matt sees them and looks sad and disappointed. Betty tells him that her friends are being laid off, but he seems kind of hung up on her lying to him. He asks her if this is what she wants, and she tells him that it is. He reluctantly intervenes, saving Daniel from the security guys and introducing him to Cal.
Cal tells Daniel that he doesn't recall seeing his name on the guest list. Daniel fumphers for a bit until Cal says he was just messing with him. Daniel and Cal go off to get a drink. When Betty thanks Matt, he just nods sadly and walks away. On a catwalk, Daniel is talking to Cal about media stocks and rebounding. Cal tells him to call him "Cal", not "Mr. Hartley" and muses about the look of happiness and joy on a child's face. Daniel tries to redirect the conversation to a short-term infusion of cash, so Cal has to hint extremely heavily about how he needs someone to put on the big, pink Floppy the Bunny outfit and hop around. That would sure put him in the mood to talk business! Daniel finally gets it.
Down in the party, Hilda has found the Fabergé egg, but of course she does not get to keep it. It will be auctioned off and the proceeds donated to a hospital in her name. So that's the end of that.
Betty finds Matt and asks if he hates her because she hates herself. He does not, because he understands why she did it, although she should not have gone behind his back. He warns her that you don't want to be in business with Cal, because he tries to control everything. "Betty, you don't know where this could lead." On cue, Floppy appears, bounding around happily and distributing eggs. Ladies and gentlemen, Eric Mabius. From The Crow to Floppy the Bunny. Say what you like, the guy's got range. Matt compares his father to Satan, and then Daniel falls in a big Easter cake while children laugh at him.
The next thing we see is Daniel, sitting alone on a bench in his bunny suit with a couple of dinosaur skeletons for company. I just got a great idea for a beloved children's story! He looks sad, and Betty sits next to him and apologizes. But everything's okay, because they got the money. The company is saved! For the moment! Everyone's happy, except that Cal's delaying his trip to Siberia. It may or may not be foreshadowing that Daniel tells us that Cal is looking forward to being in the publishing business. See, that's what makes it sound like he's buying part of the company, not just floating them a loan. Anyway, Daniel figures that the bunny suit humiliation was just so Cal could show what a big man he is. "You know, I've made a fool of myself enough times for no reason. I can do it once to save our company." Betty is proud of him.