It's Christmas at Mode as Betty questions her relationship with Walter and her feelings for Henry the accountant. Daniel, on the other hand, is sure of his love for Sofia.

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It's Christmas at Mode as Betty questions her relationship with Walter and her feelings for Henry the accountant. Daniel, on the other hand, is sure of his love for Sofia.

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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30 November 2006 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Alternate Title: "Five Platinum Rings". See more »

Goofs

Henry tells Betty that he'd never seen snow before moving to New York because he'd grown up "in the desert" - Tucson, Arizona. While snow in Tucson is considered a "rare" occurrence if Henry had lived there over the past 20 years he would have seen snow at least a dozen times. See more »

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[Betty is leaving for a new job and Amanda is trying to get Betty's position as Daniel's assistant]
Betty Suarez: Amanda, look, I need to plan a Mode-worthy party for $500, get Daniel a new assistant and get Justin a signed photo of Lindsey Lohan in two days, I'm kinda busy!
Amanda: Well, today is like, your lucky day. Hire me. You know you wanna.
Betty Suarez: Are you serious? After what you and Daniel have been through?
Amanda: What is the very first thing I ever said to you?
Betty Suarez: [thinks] Are you the "before"?
Amanda: Ok, the second thing.
Betty Suarez: "...
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References The Devil Wears Prada (2006) See more »

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Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy (Red Baron Remix)
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Written by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Performed by Berliner Symphoniker (as Berlin Symphony Orchestra)
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