Kitty knits in bed while Sal sits with a drink and a cigarette, watching TV. My guess is that this is not exactly what Ken's aspiring to. With a furtive glance Kitty's way, Sal lights his smoke with Ken's lighter. Make your own joke -- innuendo really exhausts me after a while.
Back at the party, Don's getting Betty's coat when Jimmy accosts him. Jimmy plays nice at first, saying that thanks to Don, he got everything he wanted. "What did you get? Bobbie? Lots of people have had that." He just stopped playing nice, in case I didn't make that clear. Don tries to play dumb, but Jimmy's in no mood: "You. You want to step out, fine. Go to a whore. You don't screw another man's wife. You're garbage. And you know it." Don looks positively stunned, both by the fact that his actions are far more transparent than he realized and that he just got told how things are so vehemently, but then Betty appears, which is Jimmy's cue to plaster on a fake smile and get the hell out of there. Husband and wife exchange uncertain and baleful looks...
...and the mood continues on the car ride home until Betty speeyacks all over the front seat. Say what you will about his old Dodge, but I'd bet it was a lot more absorbent.
Next time: All kinds of manure may be hitting the fan, as it looks like Joan might learn Don's secret, Father Gill might get Peggy to talk about her kid, and Betty might confront Don about his infidelity.
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