Betty's present turns out to be little strappy sandals, but that is not enough to break through Betty's shield of mopeyness. It turns out that what Betty's really sad about is the idea of having to decide between work and a personal life. Elena doesn't think one should have to choose, which makes sense since she met Ignacio while working for him. Betty pines.
Daniel comes back to his office and sees Molly writing a note for him. She is not thrilled to see him. She's also very ruddy-cheeked for some reason. She has something to tell him, but Daniel wants to talk about buying her rings and about how they have a future together. She tells him directly, "We don't. We don't have a future together." She's dying. Of cancer. She had it before and now it's back. So she's going to stay with her family and is leaving, no matter what Daniel says. Bye, Daniel!
Claire has overheard Molly and Daniel's conversation and comforts Daniel exceedingly awkwardly. Now we're into the end-of-show montage. Wili is lying alone in her bed when she hears William crying. She picks him up and comforts him, looking concerned. Betty is watching Ignacio and Elena not watch a movie on television. Betty finally decides to accept Henry's Facebook friend request, then closes the laptop. Matt is at the martini bar, having a martini. He pats all his pockets in the universal gesture for "Would you believe it, I appear to have forgotten my wallet again!!" when he sees Betty. She provides money for drinks and they appear to talk and smile and be happy.
Montykins never trusted Connor. Well, technically, Monty was never sure exactly who Connor was. That's the same thing, right? You can email Monty at email@example.com if that's your idea of a good time.
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