Marc and Wilhelmina are in the car when Marc discovers that Wili's seat at whatever show they're going to will be in the second row. Quel horreure! Or however that's spelled! Marc offers to kill himself by jumping out of the car, and they agree that it's of course she won't go. Wili has a moment of self-doubt, but Marc assures her, "You're still as horrible and evil as the day that Satan himself placed you in your mother's arms!" There's lots of Marc in this episode, which is good. Wili resolves to remind everyone that it's her opinion that matters around here.
Daniel brings Molly into Mode and she gets a makeover montage. Her clothes and hair are completely different. He likes it, but she won't let him kiss her because it would mess up her lipstick.
Heinrich tells Betty that she's the first person to understand him, but that they won't be making love quite yet. He claims that he knows exactly what he wants: "The hot, dry vortex of wind that blows dreams into dust". But no fans. "Grey but obscure." "A rainbow of grey, but sharp. Like clear fog." Betty's not sure about all this. Heinrich tells her to listen to the clothes. Well, okay, then.
Suzuki St. Pierre, live and on location, which means he's going to get to interact with some other cast members for a change. Molly comes in and ignores Suzuki's attempts to get an interview. Marc swoops in on Suzuki (okay, I have a great idea for Marc's next subplot...) and drags him off for an exclusive interview in which Wilhelmina will badmouth a designer. Molly hangs up her cellphone as Daniel catches up with her, claiming that he had trouble getting away from Heidi Klum. Molly makes an unconvincing excuse and leaves.