Betty tells Marc and Amanda that nothing happened. They are shocked and insist that she must not have used the hair flip or the ladle. And they're right; I didn't see Betty try the ladle. Betty tells them that Matt ran away. Marc: "Oh my god, he's gay!" Amanda: "Or a virgin." Marc: "Or a woman." Amanda: "Mmm. That feels right." Betty says that Matt texted her that he's working through lunch, and they insist that Betty march over to Matt's office. And then they go with her, saying that Betty can also buy them lunch.
Outside Matt's office, they see Matt come out on the sidewalk. He's not working through lunch! Amanda and Marc insist on following him, and Betty runs after them. The music gets all '60s-mod, sort of like you'd hear if the Adam West Batman went to a Go-Go Club. They follow Matt through a series of fancy miniature screens (I realize that doesn't explain it very well, but if you saw the episode, you know what I mean) and finally see him meet... a woman! Amanda is convinced that Matt's two-timing Betty. Amanda lives for the moments when she learns that someone is two-timing someone else. She's probably only sad that Marc's also there, because now she won't get the fun of telling him. Marc, Amanda and Betty are hiding behind three conveniently placed mailboxes, and Marc shoves Betty out into the open. Betty gives an indignant squeal that's just loud enough to attract Matt's attention. As Matt asks Betty what the deal is, Marc and Amanda walk past behind Betty in an ostentatiously nonchalant manner. They might as well be holding up a sign saying "Pay us no attention; we are ordinary pedestrians out on a perfectly normal errand." Betty admits to following Matt, and Matt introduces Betty to Helen, who is his therapist. Helen invites Betty to come upstairs with them.
In Helen's office, Helen assures Betty that she can say or not say anything she wants to say. Or not say. Betty asks Matt what his deal is and immediately starts telling him that it's okay if he doesn't like her "that way" or if he's a virgin and so on, until Matt can finally get a word in. No, Matt is not virgin. He's been with a lot of women. A lot of women. But now he's made a contract with Helen that he wouldn't have sex with anyone he hadn't made a connection with. So when he got close to Betty, he freaked out and had to go talk to Helen. Betty claims that this clears everything up.