As Betty searches for Daniel, she stops at Amanda's desk. Halston, who is apparently racist, barks at her. As Betty leans over the desk, Amanda notices her giant dangling "B" necklace. She exclaims that Betty is her "B." Betty doesn't know what insult that is, but doesn't have time.
Meanwhile, Wili offers Brandy any of her furs that she likes except for the Russian sable, which she shot herself. Hostile womb? Never! Brandy is still unsure about the surrogacy. Wili hams it up, saying she's been so alone since she lost Bradford and has so much love to give. You know, I think there should be a registry of hostile wombs, like for pedophiles, so Brandy could at least know what she's getting into. She agrees to do it and gives Wili a hug. Wili, full of the generous spirit, tells Brandy that, instead of "Miss Slater," she can call her Wilhelmina. While she's pregnant.
Elsewhere, Betty uses a Danish as a prop to call Daniel out on the rigged scale. It makes sense when you see it. Daniel says that Alexis wouldn't agree to it otherwise, and it was a compromise. All Betty wanted was the truth. The truth, however, was that Alexis cut Daniel off at the knees, and he didn't want to admit he was powerless. He is also ashamed to admit that all he really cared about was the publicity. As happens pretty much every episode, Betty is really disappointed in Daniel. She gets it, but hoped it could be different for the girls in Justin's class. As Daniel looks at her, he sees a little chubby Betty in a New Kids shirt saying she guesses she was wrong. He is feeling chumpy as Donnie Wahlberg right now and about to bust into a chorus of "Please Don't Go Girl."
At the video store, Marc and Cliff can't decide on a movie. Marc suggests that they could find something they both want to watch if they go behind the curtain, a.k.a. the sticky room with all the porn. And, as one might suspect, things get even stickier as Marc picks up a video entitled Mistress Brandy. Yep, Wili's surrogate can shoot ping pong balls out of her cooter. Beats pumicing someone's nasty corn, I always like to say.
Back at Casa de Suarez, Betty gets sympathy from Ignacio and Hilda, who agree that there's nothing wrong with a little junk in the trunk. And then who should show up but Daniel. He hands Betty an invitation to the Mode show, which has a theme of "Fashion Get's [sic] Real." It's Mode's alternative fashion show, hosted by Daniel Meade, Betty Suarez, and a wayward apostrophe. Real models weighing more than 108 pounds and everything! Daniel brought some extra invitations for Justin and his friends. Betty gives him a big hug before pumping him for his motives. Though great publicity and sticking it to Alexis have their place, he's mostly doing it for Betty. He was the kind of jerk who would make fun of the husky girls in their NKOTB shirts, but is no longer content to be "that guy." Well, at least not after Betty makes him feel bad about it.