When Betty becomes concerned that she and Matt are spending too much time together, she tries to give him something else to be passionate about -- a surprise gallery showing of his art work -- with unintended results. Meanwhile, Marc is horrified that his one-night stand, Troy, is falling for him, since Marc was Troy's "first," Hilda grapples with whether or not to tell Bobby that he's the father of her unborn child, and Cal Hartley hires a Hollywood powerhouse, Denise Ludwig, to replace Wilhemina.
Did You Know?
Betty's black-and-white fantasy sequence (in which she envisions Matt and herself as an older, bitter couple yelling at each other) is a reference to the play and especially the movie' Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?' Another oblique reference in the same episode came earlier, when Justin said that he had to rush home to watch an Elizabeth Taylor marathon on television; Taylor starred in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf. See more
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