Also rolling around in bed are Alexis and Rodrigo. She giggles and says it would never work for her to go to Brazil with him, and not only because she has a sideburn and moustache in her passport photo. Well, so does Betty, and she would find a way around it. Alexis needs a healthy helping of pluck. She asks how she could leave her imprisoned mother, and Rodrigo says that he thinks her mother would want her to be happy. But her mother wouldn't want her to fall unawares into yet another dastardly scheme, would she, Rodrigo? So shut up.
Back at Mode, Betty marches into Daniel's office and asks if she should get used to the "mug shot" look. Well if he keeps sleeping with maybe-teenagers, she'll have to. Daniel says that he was out late...at the therapy meeting that she signed him up for. This is obviously a lie. He tries to be all, "But she wasn't really underage after all! Life is good!" Betty isn't having it and tells him that he got lucky this time, but next time, he won't.
Cut to Betty walking with Christina and reading a pamphlet from The Middle Ages. She wonders if people will want the Royal Feast or the Jester's Banquet. Christina says that she thinks they just want to get drunk. She then points out a way that Betty can earn some money -- be a research subject at NYU! She will get $5,000 if she gets some injections and endures side effects that might lead to even more facial hair growth. Even though it might mean free nibbles of cheese, she passes this opportunity by. But then, the answer to all her troubles hits her like a house aflame: she can win $1,000 at The Middle Ages if she can ride a mechanical bull for just fifteen seconds. She is certain that she can do it, as when she was little, she hated getting her allergy shots and would wrap her legs around a tree outside of her house so tight that no one could get her off. They have trees in Queens? Also: Score, Henry. Betty says that she has thighs of steel. Christina quite wisely says that there's a big difference between a giant robot horse and a tree. An impassioned Betty says that if this is what it takes, she'll ride that giant robot horse all the way to Mexico. Hey, first you dream it and then you do it. Commercials.