Betty tries to avoid thinking about her problems with boyfriend Henry and focuses on helping Daniel in the annual Mode benefit event but suddenly encounters the new sandwich cart employee, Gio, who both fascinates her and challenges her to follow her dreams. Henry has to face ex-girlfriend Charlie after finding shocking news about her pregnancy. Wilhelmina finds new ways to drag Alexis back to her side. Ignacio is in Mexico facing a deadly threat from his past while Marc and Amanda plan new ways to publicly promote Amanda as Fey Sommer's daughter.
Did You Know?
As they are discussing Betty's career in the van, Gio mentions Ernest Hemingway
's "The Sun Also Rises". The protagonists in the novel, just like the show, also develop a love triangle: Brett (Betty), Jake (Gio) and Mike/Robert (Henry). See more
Betty stops Gio outside Mode and asks him to take her to New Jersey to pick up a high tech wheelchair for Daniel. In their next scene together they're singing in the van with a bridge in the background. The only bridge between Manhattan and New Jersey is the George Washington Bridge. The bridge they show is in Queens. See more
Oh, hey! I'm glad you're still here. There's just a little problem with my sandwich.
Giovanni 'Gio' Rossi
Oh, man! Is there a hair? I'm like the only one in my family with a full head.
Get'cha Head in the Game
(from High School Musical)
Written by Ray Cham
(uncredited), Greg Cham
(uncredited) and Drew Seeley
Performed by Drew Seeley
and Corbin Bleu
(Daniel tries to teach Justin how to play basketball) See more