Meanwhile, the giant robot horse claims another victim, and Betty is distressed. Christina notes that if there's a drinking contest, she has that down. Friendly, but unhelpful in this situation. Just then, Betty's phone rings. It's Hilda, who tells her to come home immediately because Ignacio is freaking out. Ignacio calmly says that he's not freaking out, but Hilda repeats that he's freaking out and is threatening to go to Mexico, and she needs Betty to come talk some sense into him. He's just going to give up, says Hilda. Betty says to tell him that she's coming home, and she's bringing the money for his ticket. Maybe she's going to try to sell her body? No, that would probably yield even less than the robot horse.
Back at Daniel's apartment, his pants-allergic date really wants to get him in the sack. He offers to make coffee, he offers to play chess. Again, try the Yahtzee! She'll be so focused on trying to get the large straight that she won't even remember you have a penis. In any case, Daniel's evasion tactics aren't working. His date really, really wants to have sex with him. And she's really, really hot. Maybe Daniel should try hanging around ugly chicks? Daniel hits the TV, and says that The Notebook is on, and he loves that movie. Oh, so do I! Shut up, it's awesome. Predictably, The Notebook makes Daniel's date horny. He thus suggests that they watch Hotel Rwanda. Try Looking for Mr. Goodbar. Daniel's date asks what's up, and says that last time they got together, they didn't even make it out of the cab. Daniel says that he wanted to have a different kind of evening. He asks her seriously if she thinks he's addicted to sex. She does, and she loves it. I think that's called enabling.