So does his father. Bradford and Mysterious Leatherman are meeting in an alley, because that's totally not at all suspicious. Bradford is upset that Daniel got the music box, and all those suspicious phone calls. Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't Bradford the one who misplaced the music box? How is that ML's fault? "Who knew about you two?" ML asks. "Not Daniel, that's the whole point," Bradford crabs. "I've spent my whole life protecting him and now this person is ruining it. This is my family. Do you understand?" ML understands. I don't. Is he supposed to track down the person making the calls? I guess so. Maybe if Bradford wasn't such a terrible schemer this would all make more sense.
Back at the office, Betty is in the middle of calling Daniel's stable of ladies. Amanda stands next to her, in her formal shorts. I really hate formal shorts, but they are in character for Amanda, who I can believe is super-trendy. Betty asks for her help covering the phones. "Daniel left his watch in some woman's apartment," she begins, and then stops short. Amanda snots that she doesn't care. "We're hardly exclusive," she says, plopping herself on Betty's desk and beginning to dig through her Halloween candy like a squirrel in search of his last nut. "How many women are you calling?" she asks, frantically shoveling a piece of candy into her mouth. Betty tells her that Daniel has a different companion for each night of the week. "Priceless," Amanda snorts around a sour ball. Betty asks Amanda to help her track down Miss Tuesday and Wednesday.
Enter a very cute, slightly dorky looking young man, played by the very cute Christopher Gorham, who you may remember from Jake 2.0, or Popular. To name drop for a moment, I happened to know him in college, and it is my distinct pleasure to inform you that he is as awesome as you could possibly hope. It's so nice to see someone you really like have a measure of success. When he had his first big television role -- playing Jennifer Love Hewitt's gay boyfriend on Party of Five -- my roommate Jen and I actually screamed when we saw the previews. He's just rad, and I'm so glad to see him doing well. Anyway, dorky young man (also known as Henry) greets Betty with the Latin name for whatever butterfly she's in costume as, which I would transcribe except for the part where I can't spell it correctly. Betty giggles that the "pattern just said 'butterfly.'" Henry shrugs that the Latin name of her costume is, "just something [he] know[s]." This is quite charmingly dorky, rather than braggy. "One of several things," he continues. "Circumference of the earth? Know it." Amanda sighs hugely. "This concludes another episode of True, But Dull," she says, and Henry announces that he should get back to Accounting. "We paid a guy fifty bucks to see how much honey he can drink before he makes himself sick." Betty giggles again. I think she likes him. "You...should...come down later...if you can," Henry offers. Betty says that she might, if she has time, and Henry turns and starts to go, but Betty calls after him, "Twenty-four thousand, nine hundred and one miles." Henry turns back, looking thrilled. "The circumference of the earth. It's just...something I know," she flirts. At this, Henry dorkily rearranges his glasses and grins at her and leaves.