It's the Sex Issue!
Betty wants to have sex with Matt, but he's being weird about it. After Betty stalks him to his therapist's, it turns out that Matt has slept with many, many women. Many. No, more than that. Betty appears to assume it's a couple hundred. Betty has a problem with that, but gets over it. And they have sex.
Hilda is grudgingly going out with Councilman Archie, and is about to break it off when she discovers that his old girlfriend is still into him. So they have wild sex in Hilda's salon chair. They break up briefly, but get back together in time to, we can assume, have more wild sex.
Molly takes Daniel to a poetry slam, where she reads a poem about how Daniel cries when he has sex. I think. Poetry is subject to multiple interpretations. That subplot ends with Daniel singing a terrible song he wrote during his misspent youth. Then they probably have sex.
Wilhelmina is having trouble sleeping, because she keeps dreaming that Connor is back. Marc gets her a hot nanny to watch William, but he tells her what she needs is closure. Not sex. So she fires him, which for Wilhelmina might well count as sex.
During all of this, Ignacio, Elena, and Justin are on a camping trip. I'm going to assume that there wasn't any sex, because they were being mean enough to Justin just taking him camping in the first place.
Betty and Matt walk to her house as Matt reluctantly admits that her favorite pizza place is slightly superior to his. And as he gives her a fancy insect-shaped hair clip to celebrate their monthiversary (which is not a word), Ignacio bangs open the door, pushing them apart. Foreshadowing! Ignacio is gathering supplies for an upcoming camping trip with Elena, Elena's nephews, and Justin. He doesn't mention if hilarious hijinx will ensue, but I think they probably will.
Meanwhile, Hilda and Councilman Archie come in the back door. Hilda tries to extricate herself as Archie goes in for a kiss over and over again. Archie doesn't take hints very well. Luckily for Hilda, Ignacio bangs open the door on his way back into the house and separates them. Ignacio grovels a bit at Archie. I think Ignacio should be dating Councilman Archie, because he clearly likes him more than Hilda does. Justin enters, complaining about the idea of going camping.
Wilhelmina is lying awake in her bed when she hears someone singing "You Are My Sunshine." She walks out to the living room and sees Connor holding her baby. The music swells, she smiles... and then she wakes up. See, it was obviously a dream sequence because we saw someone taking care of the baby. Zing!
At the Mode office, Daniel is giving the whole team a pep talk about the upcoming Sex Issue. It's their first sex issue, and the cover shows a white guy and a black woman, both naked and wrapped in an American flag. The tag line is "Oh Yes! You Can: Sex in the Age of Obama". Sheesh. Daniel emphasizes that they need new advertisers and to make sure their overnight numbers are good. Betty suggests a tie-in with the Website, which seems like a fairly obvious idea. But Betty is still delighted to have her idea approved, and she raises her hand for a high-five from Amanda. Amanda chooses instead to slap Betty's butt. Then she smirks. I think. Okay, technically her expression doesn't change at all, but I think Amanda's always kind of smirking.
At this point in the proceedings, Wilhelmina lets out a huge yawn and excuses herself by saying she had a late night. We move to Wili's office, where she's staring out the window when Marc enters. Marc has some kind of message about the Olsen twins and influence, but Wili is staring blankly. Marc shrieks that she's dead, but it turns out she was just taking a nap. With her eyes open. As Marc tries to clean up Wili's desk, he finds a picture of Connor, which gives him ideas. Meanwhile, Wili is still complaining that she can't sleep. "I can't even take a sleeping pill because of that damn baby." She means William. The baby's name is William. Just thought I'd remind you, because the show probably won't. Wili asks Marc for help, and he appears to think it's now his job to sex her up. But what she really wants is a Night Nanny. Marc tries to talk to her about her "other night needs that aren't being met," but she's back to staring blankly.