At Accounting, Henry's nameplate is still up on his cubicle and Jenny the Accounting Lady says that Henry's on Facebook and seems happy with his new girlfriend in Peru. And it's not Charlie; it' someone named Samantha. Henry's a dog! I should mention that Marc continues to poke at Betty this whole time in a most amusing manner. Okay! Now Betty's back home in Queens working on the budget and complaining to Justin that she can't believe that Henry's already moved on. Justin points out that Betty had a crush on "your emo neighbor guy," but Betty claims that "my crush was a crush. It wasn't a trip to Peru." Yeah, but that's just because the guy was really, really annoying. If he were less of jerk, you totally would have gone to Peru with him.
Justin decides to take the scene in a much weirder, and therefore awesome, direction. "You know what I do when I can't get my mind off something or someone? I channel it into a project. Hello? You think I really care about macramé? Okay, bad example, 'cause I love macramé." Justin's great.
The next morning, Betty is at Daniel's hotel room and is amped up on coffee and an energy drink called Viper Strike ("The drink that bites back. Rahhhh!"). Daniel's shopping for jewelry online. For Molly, I mean. Anyway, Betty thinks there are millions of dollars missing from the quarterly budgets. But Daniel claims that his doctor told him to avoid stress, so Betty should go to Wilhelmina. Or Connor, who is the CFO. Wait, Connor's the CFO? Huh. I feel bad for not knowing that. It would certainly explain all those budget meetings he kept going to.
Betty shows Connor and Wili her numbers, but Connor condescends her out of the room. Wili confirms with Connor that this isn't anything to worry about, but the next shot is Connor on his cellphone calling someone about money transfers from Meade Publications. "It looks like I'll have to make my next transfer ahead of schedule." Bum bum bummmm! But seriously, isn't the CFO allowed to talk about the company's finances without automatically having to be evil? Although he did pronounce it "shedule," which is fairly evil all by itself.