Elevator. Seriously, ABC is all about elevators. The most interesting thing that ever happened to me in an elevator was the time we got stuck and one of the women I was packed in there with began screaming that we were all going to die. It didn't really help. Anyway, Christina is holding another version of Wilhelmina's ball gown in her arms, presumably in a larger size, while Betty moans about her abortive lunch date. She even admits that she's downplaying how bad it was so she doesnât freak herself out -- it was that bad. Christina feels terrible for pushing her into the whole flitting thing, and Betty says, basically to herself, that she's going to have to beg Walter to forgive her. Oh, pish. I mean, I guess I can see why Walter would be jealous of cute Henry feeding his girlfriend sushi, but I'm not that sympathetic to Walter, what with the whole cheating on her with her neighbor and then coming crawling back after said neighbor dumped him, and also how he is being sort of smothering and also moderately crazy. "And say you're going to move in with him?' Christina asks skeptically. Betty is all, "maybe." She muses that maybe some people (DANIEL) can date a lot of people at once, but she just tried to date TWO, and learned that she is "not a flitter." And also that Daniel wears boxers. "Silk boxers. So I've heard," offers a tall model-type at the back of the lift, pushing past them to exit at her floor, as Marc comes in. Christina gestures with the dress and tells him she ran out for a size four. "And if this Valentino doesn't fit, I'm going to make her wear the bloody drapes!" she squeaks. Marc freaks out at the idea of Wilhelmina finding out that she's up to the ginormous and terribly humiliating size four, and Christina swears that she took the tag out. She and Marc get out of the elevator, and she tells Betty to keep her posted.
Rehab Center for Women Who Could Possibly Maybe Have Killed Their Husband's Mistress. Daniel signs his maybe a little toasted mother back in. "What are you staring at? I had the veal. THE ALCOHOL BURNS OFF," Claire tells the receptionist defensively. Maybe more than a little toasted. Before she goes back to the world of no perfume and pudding cups, Daniel draws her aside. She tells him to be careful of Bradford. "I pushed him, and he stuck me here. I don't know what he'd do to you," she says. Daniel asks if she thinks Bradford is capable of murder. "I think your father is capable of anything," Claire tells him.
Back in the office, Betty asks Amanda to tell Daniel that she went back out to continue tracking down his missing watch. Before she leaves, she wonders who the flowers on Amanda's desk are for. Amanda stammers that Miss Tuesday had already left her house to go to work, so she just sent those flowers for herself. Betty is too distracted to realize what this means, and just asks if Walter's called her. Or Henry. And neither of them have. The truth is, I imagine Henry would just email her from downstairs, but whatever.