Trying to inject a little bravado into the situation, she asks if Don thinks her work's any good, but if he wasn't going to judge her, he's not going to let her run away from the truth either: "Does it matter?" Her face falls, and he silently picks up the picture before realizing he doesn't have money to get home, but she tells him to walk across the park, which will be free advertising for her, "like a sandwich board." She again goes for playful, putting her arms around him and giving him a kiss, but he keeps it real, pulling her arms off him and looking deep into her eyes, so she sobers it up, saying it really was great to see him. "I'm glad you haven't changed." Don leaves without another word, and really, for a scene that was pretty understated in terms of the volume of emotions, that was one of my favorites of the season. It was certainly among the top five scenes of the season that made me want to open one of my veins.
Betty is bitching to Dr. Edna about something Henry did that "was so dismissive. It reminded me of Don." Dr. Edna nods sagely, and then tells Betty that since their time's almost up, they should talk about Sally, which is hilarious, like, how much bitching about her own life did Betty do here and she still doesn't think she needs therapy? Anyway, Dr. Edna tells Betty what she told Sally about reducing her sessions to once a week, and Betty starts to panic, saying Sally isn't better and pointing out that she ran away. However, Dr. Edna calmly responds that Sally understands what she did was wrong and has been very responsible since, but Betty confesses that she's afraid of what might happen were Dr. Edna's influence to be reduced. Once again latching on to the real problem here, Dr. Edna offers that she's noticed that whenever Betty comes in there, she "[has] many things on [her] mind," and with diplomatic skills like that this woman should be working for the United Nations instead of the local school system.