Finally, Betty is leaving the office, getting into the elevator with Henry. Because they are nothing if not adorably awkward together, they start talking at the same time. She eventually manages to thank him for lunch. "For giving you the most stressful lunch ever? First I make you eat slimy sea monsters and then I get you in trouble with you boyfriend?" Henry says, shaking his head. Betty assures him that none of that was his fault, and asks how the Honey Guy is doing. "Not great," Henry grins. He tells her that they're having a party in Accounting for Halloween and invites her to stop by. Betty tells him she's love to go, but...there's that whole boyfriend thing, and she really wants to "give it a chance." Dude! Don't give it a chance! Give yourself the chance to nail the cute accountant! She apologizes, and you can tell she really regrets this. "No worries. Just lunch. Trick or treat, [Latin phrase I can't spell]," Henry says, and leaves. Henry! Don't leave me!
Speaking of people in unsuccessful relationships, Amanda and Daniel run into each other as she's leaving the office and he's heading back to his desk. She tells him that she's going to the party in Accounting. "I thought I might stop by and drink all their booze," she tells him, then asks if he's going to the Halloween Ball. Daniel explains that he is not; he's too terribly depressed about his shitty family. There's some touching as they pass in the lift, and she turns and calls to him as he's walking to his office. She offers to come over to his apartment and keep him company, if he wants. "In costume! Or not." Daniel looks so sad, and tells her that he just wants to be alone. Amanda's face falls. "We could just...talk," she says. "Probably not," Daniel tells her, totally depressed, and walks away. Amanda stands in the elevator and looks very sad and alone in her little shorts.