...at which point we cross-fade into Pauline, asleep on the couch the next morning, still in her nightgown with the TV on. Betty and Henry arrive, and Henry tries to wake Pauline up, but she won't be stirred because she didn't let the other half of that pill go to waste. Betty, with Gene in her arms (and looking significantly thinner to me), asks where Sally is and runs off to search the Rye Town Francis Spookhouse, which means she won't be back for an hour, which is too bad since, as a camera pan right and down shows us, Sally is asleep under the couch, just like the surviving victim of the Chicago massacre, except with a protector over her. I'm going to be the one who needs a sleeping pill after this episode.
It's also daytime once again in the Draper apartment, and Don's awoken by the bedroom door opening. He focuses to see Megan with a tray of food and a glass of juice; pleased that he's awake, she opens the curtains and asks how he's feeling. Hilariously, he looks over the side of the bed for dead legs, but not seeing any, asks Megan where she was, as he was waiting for her. His tone pretty much suggests that he felt unsafe without her, which manages to be both endearing and, given what we saw, unsettling, but she of course does not know anything about fever dreams both adulterous and murderous, and as such tells him she was home, but he was a mess and she was worried. I'm surprised she didn't call a doctor if he was in that bad shape, but that line is just so he can tell her, "You don't have to worry about me," which as double-meaning segues go is fairly clunky for this show. But the subject of the previous day is apparently still on Megan's mind, as she smiles and tells him okay, and then she gets up, hopefully to get the tray, and Don watches her, still dazed from more than just the fever.