After some commercials, Betty is at her desk (which I've just noticed has several orange things on it; it's like the orange desks are slowly taking over the all-white areas of Mode) on the phone and explaining to Matt (the sports guy) that Fashion Week is extremely busy for them and that she'll get him a tour as soon as she can. Matt asks generic questions ("Did you always know that you wanted to work in fashion?") while Betty tries and fails to write down Daniel's messages.
Amanda swoops in and drops a package of some sort on Betty's desk. She's walking away when Betty wants to ask her about Heinrich. I mention that because Amanda rushes over and looks really, really interested for some reason. I think she might just want to take up as much of the screen as possible. She's never heard of Heinrich. Matt claims that Heinrich is great, but it turns out he's just bluffing and was hoping there would be no followup questions.
As Daniel arrives at Mode, Amanda intercepts him to read him his press clippings from the previous night. He gets good reviews, but Molly is described so harshly that Amanda tries to claim that she has just remembered that she can't read ("It's my own secret shame"). One of the phrases involved is "a frump with a pulled-back hairstyle that even a turn-of-the-century librarian would deem too severe."
Betty and Matt go to Heinrich's warehouse-slash-meat-locker to gather information for the press release. Getting no answer after banging on the door, they cautiously push it open and Betty sternly warns Matt not to ask any questions until after they're done. Inside, there are two mannequins wearing oversize T-shirts (one has a clown and the other has a smiley face), and there is a man lying in a fetal position on the ground. Matt says, "Is he dead? Oh, sorry. That was a question." See, he's trying to be good.
The man rolls over and glares at them and verifies his identity: "I am the Heinrich. Heinrich for short." He looks kind of like French pop singer Mathieu Chedid, which is the sort of reference I throw in just to make you think that I'm fantastically clever and well-traveled. Did it work?
Betty introduces herself as the person who will be writing Heinrich's press release. Heinrich tells her, "We will make love. Not today, but someday." Man, why can't Heinrich be the next love interest? Anyway, The oversized shirts are not Heinrich's dresses. The real dress is behind a curtain, and it's stunning. It's a dress with giant angel wings made of broken glass and chicken wire. And it's totally awesome. Not only is it exactly as silly as something you'd see at the actual Fashion Week, it looks like something out of one of the better Marilyn Manson videos. Betty and Matt are not as enthusiastic about it as I am.