Back at his desk, Marc calls Cliff and tells him he screwed up.
Meanwhile, Betty is totally missing the show because she's wandering around the lobby. It's a good thing the tickets were free. As Elphaba sings something about not losing sight of who you are, Daniel looks kind of despondent. Similarly, Wili can barely bear to eat her chocolate cake as she looks at a photo of her and Bradford, and Hilda can barely bear to look at herself in the mirror in her light-up headlights tank top. Henry comes back out to the lobby, sits next to Betty and almost kisses her, and who should come out to ruin things yet again but Daniel. Betty and Henry scurry off as Daniel drags Sandra into the coat room, giggling all the while. She says that she simply can't be seduced in a room of nylon and fleece, but she actually totally can. Alas, she won't be, because just in time, Daniel notices Betty's coat and says that Sandra's beautiful, but that he can't seduce her to get her to buy ads in Mode. Sandra says she's not letting him seduce her for her ads; she's letting him seduce her because he has a great ass. That Phil Donahue is one lucky man. Wait, is Phil Donahue dead? If so, that Phil Donahue was one lucky man. Daniel asks what he has to do to get her to advertise in Mode, and Sandra asks why she should move over from Glamour. Daniel gives her a sales pitch, and she tells him she'll have her ad rep call him in the morning. He suggests going out to celebrate, and she tells him he's a smart guy, but frankly, smart guys are a turn-off. Daniel wonders if he should be insulted.
Betty and Henry, meanwhile, are running around looking for a place to be alone. And somehow, they end up in the wings. They try to get out of the way, and wind up on a piece of scenery that appears to not be in use. They start to make out, as they are wont to do, when to their surprise, the scenery is pulled upward. Moments later, Betty and Henry descend on the stage, just like Cher singing "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For." The actors, as well as the audience, including Gio and Daniel, are understandably surprised. Henry tells Betty to smile, because they're on Broadway, as we head to commercials.
When we return, Betty and Henry are being kicked out of the theater. Henry can't believe they're banned from Wicked for life, while Betty can't believe Daniel saw them. She realizes that she forgot her coat and purse and tells Henry to run out and get a cab and she'll meet him. Daniel catches her and says she lied to him. She admits that she's dating Henry, and says she can't keep pretending anymore. Daniel tells her she'll get her heart broken, and she says it's her heart. Daniel says that he always thought Betty had good judgment, but now he can't understand why she's being so stupid. Oooh, doesn't he sound like a certain crusty old pickle we know and despise? Betty is hurt...