Megan arrives home to find Glen's duffel bag, but no Sally...
...who's arrived home and literally runs into the bathroom past a bewildered Betty. Henry appears and tells Betty she just pulled up in a cab with a twenty-five-dollar fare, but Betty seems surprisingly even about it, saying she'll handle it and knocking for Sally to let her in. After Henry disappears (rough work for Christopher Stanley this week), Betty enters and Sally cuts off any reproach by telling her what happened. Betty assures her they'll take care of it, but she's surprised when Sally plows into her for a hug, like for a moment it's like Betty's Frankenstein learning how people behave, but she settles into it and reassures Sally as her face becomes a mix of genuine affection and "SUCK IT, Megan."
On her way to lunch, Scarlett comes in to ask Joan if she can leave the books with her, as Lane's door is locked and she doesn't want them out in the open. Joan tells her sure, no problem -- it's not like this is going to lead to a horrifyingly scarring series of events!
Megan asks "Dawn" to have Don call her as soon as he gets her message and then in response to the doorbell, Megan opens up to find Glen. When he asks if Sally's there, Megan's voice gets sharp indeed as she replies, that no, she is NOT and who might he be? Glen, however, has had quite a time of it and he bellow-babbles that he looked for her but she's gone and he just needs his bag, okay? Megan brings him inside and Glen goes on that he would have left his bag, but he's got a book on Nat Turner in there and his paper's due tomorrow and thank God that the phone rings and I'm not talking about for Megan's sake, although she's relieved when Betty tells her she's got Sally. After breaking the news about Sally's newfound womanhood, Betty tries to lord it over Megan, saying she thinks Sally "just needed her mother," but on top of Megan's relief we know she's got Betty's number, so she doesn't play at all, although she does give a hilarious processing face at the whole thing once she hangs up the phone. Glen then grabs his bag to go, but given the scares of the day thus far Megan tells him she wants to escort him. However, the train doesn't leave until that evening, so Megan sighs and tells him he can wait there and work on his paper and then she'll take him later. Glen doesn't put up a fuss and accepts Megan's offer of something to eat and Megan just don't let him stare at your hair for too long and you'll be fine.