Daniel gives Wili a very hardcore NO about Connor Owen as the CFO, and keeps cutting her off without even discussing it, which makes Wilhelmina sad because she thought they had figured out a way to make it work. He thinks about that and about doing what's right for Meade, supposedly, but honestly he's just thinking about how his hair is totally cute this week, having struck a balance between spiky and fluffy that is just right. Betty comes in yowling about how she can't work with Kimmie because she's a monster, and Daniel's all about the Tao of the Zen of the Deal and all, "Grasshopper, don't scratch her eyes out, do like I do with Wili: stay professional, fight fair, and take the high road so that your wishes can come true." That speech would not be any less awesome if it were genuine.
Marc and Amanda showily try to get in on Kimmie's boring lunchtime story about Xtina's baby, and she fully puts her purse on one chair and her feet on the other, and then cut from their gasps of horror to them walking in the city. Amanda's still in the giant cross, but my God, Marc: top hat, tail jacket, the whole thing. He looks like the cover of my Lytton Strachey book, it's amazing. He's like if the Penguin had an awesome gay baby with Catwoman. They talk about how they used to spread rumors, ruin lives, be pretty and mean, and now they are auf'd. Marc agrees that sometimes God gives with both hands, but that they need to think before going nuclear... Which of course is not their bag, because as they admit, they love going nuclear, and destruction, more than anything.
Betty's sitting all alone and pathetic on some random bench somewhere and they sit down, terrifyingly, on either side. Amanda describes Kimmie as "something that affects all of us, like global warning," and Marc explains the inconvenient truth is that Kimmie is evil and has to go. Betty asks what they mean by go, and Amanda immediately replies, "We need to kill her." Marc corrects that assumption and says they just want to get her fired. Betty worries about doing that, and Amanda's all, "Betty, she threatened your family." Marc, again, explains that that's not true in any way, but that it's self-evident that she is a bitch. Betty agrees, but refuses to help her. Pouting, they vanish.