...and takes Betty to his office to give her grief about Henry, saying that he'd rather get rid of Henry than see Betty get her heart broken again. Betty wonders if Daniel's going to murder him, but happily, this is not the case. One never knows with this family.
At the front desk, Henry sends Amanda running when he sees Cliff coming. He pushes Cliff toward the elevator, and Cliff asks if they'll have dinner tonight at a locale other than one of their apartments. Marc rejects the notion of going to a restaurant, and Cliff says that he's starting to get a complex that Marc might not want to be seen with him. This complex is known as "the truth." Marc forgives Cliff's "foolishness," and hastily agrees when Cliff says that he'll get them a reservation at Craft. He gives Cliff a handshake instead of a kiss, noting, "You know the fashion world...very homophobic."
Betty, meanwhile, learns that Wicked is sold out. She starts to talk about her office romance on the phone to the ticket seller, and Daniel catches her. Betty, with her usual panache in lying, says that Daniel has nothing to worry about, because she's not dating Henry. She's dating the first guy in her line of sight, who coincidentally happens to be Gio. Technically, Gio could fit in Henry's pocket, so who's to say she hasn't unwittingly been dating both of them at once? Commercials.
When we return, Wili has more worries. Her chocolate reception favors have been ruined. There was supposed to be one white and one dark chocolate in each box -- to go with the ebony and ivory theme of the wedding, naturally -- but the idiot wedding planner has segregated them. Wili and Marc go through a round of "What do we want? Integrated chocolates! When do we want them? Now!" before Wili asks for the seating chart. Marc, noting how much she's taken on herself, offers to stay for the night and help her get through this, no matter how long it takes. She asks, "You don't have any of your...gay plans?" It seems like Betty and Henry have usurped the gay plans for the night, leaving Marc free...but for his date with his frumpy boyfriend. He tells Cliff on the phone that Wili ordered him to stay late, adding, "...She is. With a capital 'c.'" Wili's a member of the Carpenter family? Does her secret past know no limits?