Betty clears her throat and tells Marc she talked to Phil and Daniel. He makes that face and says he has no idea what she's talking about, and they're very different people, but they are in the same position now -- which I never thought about -- and have to look out for each other. She says Cliff is having a good influence on him, and that he's a very lucky man, which provokes this snorting weird meltdown and Marc wanders off into the closet all, "He's ... Yeah. Yep, yep, yep, he's really really lucky..." She follows him and he swears everything's perfect, and she's like, "It's not my business, but something's up." His eyes are so sad! He turns on her all, "You're right. It's none of your business," and tries to ignore her, but those sweet eyes of hers work their magic and bore through his cute hairdo and he's like, "Fucking fine. I cheated on Cliff and then proposed out of guilt. And I am a horrible person, and you have to think so too, so get lost." She swears he's not a bad person, but that she knows from earlier today that lies from somebody you trust hurt worse than regular lies, and that Cliff deserves the truth. And then that fucking song starts playing. Damn! I knew it!
Wili tells the guys at the press conference that by tomorrow -- or by the latest, next week -- the hottest Mode issue in history will be off the stands. Lloyd asks, to loud laughter from the other journalists, what will happen to Tornado Girl. She tells him it's a private internal matter, and Daniel's looking all over, panicked, and finally spots Betty in the crowd. Molly's there too. Wili's like, "We're all human, we all make mistakes," and Daniel steps up and says the mistake was his, it was a cynical decision and he feels gross about it, but not as gross as watching his assistant go down for it. Wili's all, "I am SHOCKED!" and Daniel says they're donating all proceeds from the issue to a relief fund, shocking Connor and Wili both, and the crowd goes wild. He tries to get to Betty, but they're all throng, so he sweetly and frantically mouths, "I'm sorry!" And she silently thanks him ("There's glass between us! You can't handle my infinite nature, can you?") and feels great about life.
Marc's working when Cliff appears, asking what's so important that he had to rush over. He's totally afraid this is it, with his arms crossed and his back straight and strong. Don't! No! That song starts playing for real, and Marc stares at him for awhile before admitting... That he crashed Cliff's car. Cliff's entire body goes like a whooshing balloon, and he starts chuckling, all embarrassed and feeling silly, and Marc admits that's not all. He pushes a chair over and they sit down, and he puts his hand on Cliff's arm.