Poetry slam! And it's really well attended, too. Matt tells Betty that he's glad they both talked with Helen and that everything's out in the open. Betty claims that she is too, but then Matt waves to a blonde in the crowd. He assures her that the blonde works at a coffee shop near his apartment, and nothing else. Betty drains her martini.
Wili assures James that his shirt will be done soon and walks into the living room to start putting on the moves. But James is singing "You Are My Sunshine" in harmony with the Connor of her dreams. Wili starts crying and throws herself on a couch.
At the slam, somebody finishes a poem featuring the phrase "insecurity blanket". Daniel encourages Molly to read her original poem. She's pleased!
Wili is enfolded in James's arms, pouring out her soul about how she should never have allowed Connor in, and now she can't stop thinking about him. James: "Shhhh. Let it out." Wili: "I don't wanna let it out. I just wanna have sex!" But she's still crying, even when she tells James to take his pants off. James suggests that she needs closure on Connor more than sex. "And focus on your baby." Well, it's worth a try. So far, she has completely ignored young William's existence. She thanks him. And then, since there will be no sex, she fires him. And throws him out of the apartment without letting him get his shirt back. She probably feels more like her old self, not that she's firing people.
Molly finishes her poem (we don't hear how it ends) and gets applause. Betty and Matt are served the bill, and Betty watches the (blonde, female) server's lips go close to Matt's lips and starts to imagine that all the women in the bar are wearing white shirts bearing numbers from 1 to 200, indicating when they had sex with Matt. She snaps out of it, but staggers away from the table, claiming that she has to talk to Daniel about something.
Archie comes back into the Suarez place, reporting that he's gotten rid of Felissa. Hilda explains that she thinks maybe she should try going out with a nice guy for once, instead of someone who's a creep or married. Archie says that he always goes out with the bad girls, but Hilda makes him admit that he loved having two girls fighting over him. They agree they'll give things another chance and start kissing. And just then, Ignacio enters. He decides he should start wearing a bell.