In his room at the Roosevelt, Don's reading some papers that appear work-related and looking kind of sleepy when the phone rings. It's Betty, who tells him that her brother William called, and her father had a stroke. Don sits up, and Betty goes on that his new wife Gloria didn't even call her, and while she said he's up and around and talking (presumably Betty called her after she heard from William), she wouldn't put him on the phone. Don says he's going to come get her, but Betty says she doesn't want to wake the kids (it's ten PM; at least she knows where they are), so Don says he'll be over in the morning. Betty: "God, you know I've been dreaming about a suitcase?" Seemingly taking this as the admission that she's been worried about her father for a while that it seems, Don tells her everything will be okay. Betty: "Sure. Everything's perfect." Don, probably less sure of how Betty feels about him than ever before, doesn't know how to react to that, so he settles for saying he'll be by at eight.
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