Clearly, this is a crisis that requires us to go back to the Suarez house. Hilda is unconvinced that it means anything, but Betty insists, "Hilda, he is in there." Betty, please don't use that phrase ever again. Thank you in advance, XOXOXO, Love, Montykins. Hilda and Betty are concerned that Elena will leave because she's being harassed by Ignacio. Hilda will talk to Elena and Betty will talk to Ignacio. Okay, break!
Betty and Ignacio are walking down the road in Manhattan, which must be a nice change. Incidentally, Betty's purse looks like a crochet version of a Swiss chalet. It's adorable! Not so adorable is the way Betty dances around the subject without ever getting to the point. Hilda is much more direct with Elena: "Did my father grab a handful of your ass last night?" Elena tells Hilda she's not going to quit, but Betty can't get any closer to the subject than babbling about professional courtesy.
Wili's office! She complains that Connor and Molly have been all around the world, but she's never even been inside his apartment. But that's because it's in Murray Hill, which I shall assume is a hilarious reference if you live in Manhattan. Wili is not going to go camping for Connor or anybody, but Marc thinks she should open herself up to him a bit.
After lunch, Betty and Ignacio stroll into the Mode offices. Ignacio goes off to the bathroom and Claire swoops in to talk to Betty. Apparently, Liz Smith (who is namedropped fairly clumsily here) told Claire that Betty's been asking questions about her. Betty fails to come up with a convincing cover story and finally comes up with "it's an assignment for Yeti". Then Betty tells Claire about the deal with Ignacio and Elena. Claire figures Ignacio is just a horny old goat and drags him off to have coffee. I hope she doesn't have her wicked alcoholic shoplifting way with him!
Connor storms into Wili's office. He's not angry or anything,; he's just the kind of guy who storms everywhere. He's going to London the next day, and Marc prompts Wili to tell him she'll miss him and wants to share feelings and whatnot. She asks if there's anything she can do while he's away, which prompts a very strange scene transition in which Wili appears to grow giant wings. These resolve into, I believe, an African Grey Parrot. The parrot's name is Olivia Newton-Bird, because Connor was a huge fan of Grease back when it first came out. Hey, me too! Unfortunately, as soon as Connor leaves, the bird immediately starts shouting "Pretty Molly! Pretty Molly!" I thought we were done with that.