Wili is enthusing to Connor about how mean she was, but her interview has been preempted for a special report on jeans for dogs. Connor recommends against letting it get to her, but I'm not sure how that's possible. Wili is concerned that her attempts to have a relationship with Connor mean that she can't be the all-powerful Wilhelmina Slater. Well, how much time is she spending with him? She used to spend a lot of time in shadowy hospital rooms in Season One, and that didn't slow her down any.
After some commercials, Betty has had a revelation and the rest of this episode will be a great deal of fun. Betty has a presentation for Heinrich where it turns out Heinrich grew up behind the Iron Curtain, dreaming of a life on the other (i.e. "this") side of the Berlin Wall. And his father got shot going over the wall. So he carries that pain with him, and "Maybe the only way you can imagine escaping is by raising giant wings and letting the wind carry you far away." So she'll have a big fake Berlin wall for the winged models to walk between. Heinrich loves it, and so do I. But Betty still won't make love to Heinrich.
Betty and Marc are at the show, which does indeed have a big, fake Berlin Wall across the runway. Betty tells Marc to tell the Fire Marshal that the two backstage exits are blocked by the Iron Curtain, but there are still six usable exits. Marc goes off to hit on some firemen. Betty instructs "Steve" to move Isaac Mizrahi to the front row, because there are too many sharp objects for him to throw another tantrum. Daniel stops by and he and Betty walk to the back. He's worried about Molly, since she ran out and hasn't returned his calls. As Betty and Daniel talk, Betty signs a clipboard being held by a woman who appears to be roughly forty feet tall. I assume she's a model (because she's even taller than Daniel and also extremely thin), but the clipboard confuses me. Anyway, Betty accuses Daniel of doing something stupid, and he decides that maybe it was insensitive to order Molly to get a makeover, because it might have implied that she wasn't lovely just the way she was. Betty darts offscreen, shouing "Careful with the razor blades!" Good advice at any time, really.