Just then! Betty gets a phone call from Justin, who is super-excited to be receiving his own invitation to the party. In the background, Ignacio is kicking up a huge fuss about the inane security procedures. Finally, Justin snaps "You are not gonna mess this up for me!" and makes Ignacio give his thumbprint. Then he does a very amusing mime of giving a thumbprint to demonstrate how it's done. This whole time, Daniel is looking longingly into the egg. Daniel is even more crushed to learn that Betty's family got an eggvitation. His word, not mine.
Wilhelmina is cooing over her baby, and it's all very charming until we learn that it's just a photo shoot. As soon as the pictures are taken, Wili has Christina come take the baby away, complaining that her back is killing her. Christina acidly says "Oh, you poor thing. You've been holding him for what, a whole five minutes. Try doing it for nine months." Wili is unswayed. Miles the photographer thinks that young William (the baby) looks more like Christina than Wili. Wili points out that the father was white, assuring Miles that he'll "brown up eventually." Miles insists that it's a matter of facial features and offers to Photoshop in the Slater Chin.
Now we see an obnoxious advertisement for Cal Hartley, who has apparently invented an artificial hip, won the Indy 500 three times, and been in space. Yeah, but unless he's in a rock band, he's still not as cool as Buckaroo Banzai. The Suarez family and Matt are watching all this on Betty's laptop, and both Justin and Hilda would like to be adopted. Ignacio suggests that they won't fit in at the party, but Justin would still like this not to be ruined for him. Hilda says that she's heard there's a real "faberj" egg, and will have none of Justin's "Fabergé" pronunciation. Betty's scared of meeting Cal because she didn't get on well with Matt's mother. For some reason, Matt's response is to inform her that it's a huge deal to meet Cal, who turns down invitations to the White House. I'm pretty sure I read in Emily Post that there's never a good reason to turn down the White House. His point is that to Matt, Cal isn't the super-rich mogul but "Dad".
The next day, Betty is telling Daniel about Cal. For example, he's been in outer space. More relevantly to the plot, "Hartley made his reputation riding to the rescue of struggling companies." In case that wasn't obvious enough, Betty goes on to point out that they're a struggling company. And apparently Cal Hartley thinks media properties like newspapers and magazines are undervalued. Convenient! Although I don't fully understand how their plan to have Cal invest in the company is going to work with the ongoing delicate balance of ownership they've got going on. Anyway, Betty guarantees she can set up a meeting between Daniel and Cal.