Don and Betty return to their room, apparently having spent more time with Connie than the bit we saw, if Betty's statement of "By golly, he's nutty" is any indication. Don agrees that he's something, and Betty smiles that Connie adores and sees great things in him. And that's all the dialogue you'll get in this scene, even though it goes on for about a minute longer. Sex between good-looking people and absolute silence. What more could a recapper ask for?
Bobby peeks into the bathroom and sees Sally and Ernie, Francine's son, playing house in the bathtub, and not the kind where they argue over differential diagnostics. Sally soon kisses Ernie on the cheek, prompting Bobby to recite the age-old "...sitting in a tree" rhyme. Sally chases, tackles, and smacks him, though, and while that may sound like an extreme reaction, given her recent sensitivities maybe she just wanted to shut him up before he got to the mention of a baby in a baby carriage. Carla pulls them apart, and they each blame the other, but when Bobby tells on her for kissing Ernie, Sally hits him again, weakening any claim she might have had to the higher ground. Carla sends them to their rooms with a promise that she's not going to let Ernie and Jessica (who's where at the moment?) visit any more, and as Sally heads away, she looks mopily at her husband, who looks bummed at the realization that he's not getting any tonight.