At the Suarez residence, Betty doesn't know how to operate the camera no matter how many times Justin tells her how to push the red button. Hilda wafts into view in a sparkly silver dress and proceeds to overact shamelessly, asking what the camera is doing here in their lovely home. Hilda: "I want my grandchildren to see how hot I was." Justin: "Disturbing." See, you're expecting me to make some kind of crack about how Justin doesn't want kids, but I think that's beneath me. Too easy, you know? I like to save myself for inexplicable rants about pomegranate juice.
Betty sets down the camera, which appears to still be running. I hope something embarrassing doesn't happen in the next 51 minutes! Why, then it would show up on the tape! Gosh!
So, while we wait for whatever I Love Lucy-style development will involve the camera, we cut to Daniel and Molly on a date, ice skating on that rink at Rockefeller Center. Because that's the only thing couples in New York ever do, judging by movies and television. ["It is also the only thing they ever do judging by the annoying squeals outside of our office windows all day long" -- Angel] Daniel is shaky and unsure what he's doing. Suddenly, he bumps into someone, who is, of course, Wilhelmina Slater. Connor roars up with one of those showy stops that people who ice skate do. There is a moment of awkwardness with Connor and Molly, which Connor insists on dragging out. In the next shot, Wili is clearly bored while Connor and Molly blather on about their trips to Bhutan and how they never got to Tibet, where the food is incredible. Finally, the couples separate.
The next morning, Betty wants to interview Daniel for the video tribute. Daniel's more interested in booking a direct flight to Tibet so he can impress Molly, but Betty talks him out of it by citing political unrest and visa issues. Daniel's not that hard to distract. She could just have jingled her keys in front of him. Betty pokes ineffectually at the camera, which is not working for some reason. Daniel helps out by also poking at it, and he successfully determines that the camera recorded the front hall for fifty minutes. And you'll find this hard to believe, but it recorded something! We see Ignacio greet Nurse Elena with a warm hug. And a firm squeeze on the butt.