"Curveball"

Just as Betty agrees to move in with Matt, Henry returns to New York City. Wilhelmina tries to find out Clarie's connection to Cal Hartley.

"In The Stars"

Betty, Marc and Matt have to design a magazine for YETI in order to get interviews for an Editor position.

"The Born Identity"

When Wilhelmina's baby William goes missing, Christina is the prime suspect. Archie asks Hilda to be a part of his campaign for Bureau President.

"Rabbit Test"

Betty and family get an invitation to meet Matt's father, Calvin Hartley (Davie Rasche) at his annual Easter Egg hunt. Daniel sees it as a chance to get Mode a bailout. Meanwhile, Wilhelmina suspects her baby might not be hers.

"The Sex Issue"

Daniel and Wilhelmina try an issue of Mode about sex to help fix their financial problems. Matt is a little shy about taking things to the next level with Betty. Marc and Amanda give Betty a sexy makeover. Hilda is unsure she wants to continue to date Archie (Ralph Macchio).

"A Mother of a Problem"

Betty meets Matt's mother (guest star Christine Baranski). Wilhelmina gets creative to solve cash flow problems. Daniel deals with Molly. The Suarez family conspire to set Hilda up with Archie (Ralph Macchio).

"Sugar Daddy"

The Suarez family attempts to buy their home from their landlord. Daniel and Wilhelmina attempt to get some Federal bailout money.

"Things Fall Apart"

Betty and Marc team up to analyze Mode's budget. Matt (Daniel Eric Gold) tries to court Betty while she deals with some startling news she finds out on Facebook that Henry has a new girlfriend.

"There's No Place Like Mode"

It's Fashion Week at Mode again and Betty tries to put on a fashion show for a new designer, Heinrich. Meanwhile, with Wilhelmina distracted by Conner, there's a new person working at Mode.

"The Courtship of Betty's Father"

It's Claire's 60th Birthday and Betty has to deal with Ignacio and Elena possibly dating. Meanwhile, Wilhelmina and Daniel are jealous of Conner and Molly's memorable relationship.

Ugly Betty Quotes

I've had to say good-bye more times than I may have like, but everyone can say that. And no matter how many times we have to do it - even if it's for the greater good, it still stings. And although we will never forget what we've given up, we owe it to ourselves to keep moving forward. What we can't do is live our lives afraid of the next good-bye because chances are they are not going to stop. The trick is to recognize when a good-bye can be a good thing - when it's a chance to start again.

Betty

They always come back.

Fireman