Meanwhile, Alexis’ memory returns and she confesses to Daniel that the accident was a result of her having the brakes cut on Daddy Bradford’s car. Daniel leaves distraught, angry since he had thought all along the accident was his fault. Poor Alexis never catches a break. I have to say, the image of Wilhelmina in her Suzy Homemaker apron serving fondue was funny as hell. And it seems her plan to kill Mode is working as the mag has lost 52% of its advertisers and Bradford is furious with Daniel again.
My other favorite section was Marc and his new potential romance, the adorable Cliff. Forced to choose between a date with an incredibly stupid but incredibly hot underwear model and the very normal photographer Cliff, I was convinced he would take the low road and go for the hottie, but surprise surprise, he chose to stay home and watch Hitchcock with the chubby photog. I have to say I have been so impressed with the growth and progression of Marc’s character; he is now my favorite on the show. And let’s face it, you really can’t miss with the fabulously talented and classically trained Michael Urie.
I could not be happier with the way things are progressing on the show. The breakneck momentum and telenovelaesque (yes, I made it up, but it will soon be a technical term, trust me) plot twists are back full force. I find myself waiting for next week’s musical-themed episode with bated breath!