Over at Daniel's, he is not, in fact, up late working. Instead, he and Amanda are in bed, post-coital. He looks stressed, while she is sporting some very sexy bedhead. She wonders whether he's okay. "The flag was kind of at half mast," she explains. Daniel absently wonders whether it would be generic if he sent her a necklace from Tiffany. On the contrary, Amanda says, she loved it! Remember? He sent her one after their first night together. Daniel blinks and asks if it would be okay to send as an apology. Amanda coyly wonders if he's apologizing for anything in particular. "Yeah, making an ass of myself in front of Sofia Reyes," he groans, as he gets up to go to the bathroom. Amanda looks disappointed. "I sent her a necklace as an apology gift and she called me out on it," he continues. Amanda sadly repeats that he's apologizing to Sofia, not to her. "What do I have to apologize to you about?" Daniel asks, not flippantly, but with the freaked out look of a man who knows there's probably something he did wrong that he just can't remember. "Nothing," Amanda says sadly. "I guess." He goes back into the loo, and she climbs out of bed and wraps herself in her fantastic black trench. She calls to him that she's not feeling well and she's going to go home. And then she very sadly leaves.
Yay! The telenovela is back. Remember how the hot blonde priest impregnated that girl? Well, this week, we learn that her bump IS A SOCCER BALL, which bounces out when Father Mullet reaches out to stroke her belly. That is brilliant. In his Lazy Boy recliner, Ignacio rolls his eyes in disgust and changes the channel. Oh, please. The reveal that a fetus is actually a piece of sporting equipment would only make me turn up the volume. While he's muttering, Betty stumbles in drunk. She slurs that she's going to bed. Ignacio offers her a glass of water, but she snaps at him to let her go to bed. "Talk to me!" he asks her, but Betty turns on him and says that, actually, she needs him to talk to HER and explain to whom, exactly, her mother was previously married. Now that he knows this is to be their topic of conversation, Ignacio says that he doesnât have to explain anything to her. He is her father! Betty, of course, yells at him to act like it. "I could always look up to you, right or wrong. I could always take your lead. NOW I'M LOST," she says, and storms up the stairs. Apparently, Boilermakers make Betty dramatic. Ignacio just looks sad. "Really?" he's thinking, "a soccer ball?"