Cut to the person Pete's so unfondly thinking of, Don, who's sipping a drink in front of the living-room TV in the dark when Megan enters and tells him he could do that in bed. Don neither replies nor looks her way, though, so she retreats back into the bedroom. Now, I know the way Ted's been acting with Peggy probably makes Don cringe at his comparable behavior with Megan a couple seasons ago. I've never been married, but isn't that a little rude?
We seem to have lost Millicent, but the other four are sitting on the floor as Rolo explains his nickname is derived from the beginning of his two names, "Ronnie" and "Lowell." Glen adds that it's because he rolls a lot of joints and since he says it I guess I don't have to bother going back and fixing my earlier comments. Rolo offers to roll another one, but Sally says she's really drunk, and then Mandy explains that Millicent always freaks out on pot. Glen does an impression of Millicent panicking and running down the hall, and when Mandy laughs rather appreciatively, Sally wonders if they know each other. That doesn't appear to be the case, but it seems like they're about to know each other, as Mandy invites Glen to read her diary (that's one pretext I haven't heard before) and leads him into her room, whereupon he shuts the door. This leaves Rolo clear to put his arm around Sally and her body language isn't exactly responsive to the move, but she settles for asking him if he plays basketball. By way of answering, Rolo moves in for a kiss, but Sally turns her head away whereupon he assures her he's been with lots of girls. "I know what I'm doing." A valuable skill, I'm sure, but in this particular case I think she'd prefer someone a bit less practiced. She tries to bring it back to conversation, but when he replies by trying to kiss her again, she gets to her feet so he asks her what's going on, as she called them and had them drive all the way over, "and now you don't want to fool around? Are you frigid?" Sally doesn't even bother with that, instead marching over to Mandy's door and knocking for Glen to come out.
He opens up quickly enough that they might actually have been reading Mandy's diary, although he sounds annoyed, but when Sally tells Glen that Rolo won't leave her alone, Glen turns his ire on his friend, reminding him he told him Sally's like his sister. Rolo snits that Glen's full of shit, and he just wanted "the good one." Charming! Mandy appears in the doorway and asks what's up, so Sally tells her Rolo tried to force her and when Rolo calls her a "lying little tease," Sally channels Peggy's famous "That's bullshit" before Glen gets Rolo to the ground and starts punching him until Mandy pulls him off as Sally looks on with a smile. And good for Sally for exiting a potentially dangerous situation early and not being embarrassed or worried about possible social consequences. Rolo reminds Glen that he's his ride before storming out, and Glen in turn grabs his jacket and says Rolo will be fine, but he doesn't want to hitch so he really should go too. He does ask Sally if she's all right, though, and Sally nods before apologizing, but he doesn't seem fazed. When he's gone, Mandy asks how she knows Glen and after Sally explains that they grew up together, Mandy conspiratorially smiles that Sally likes trouble, doesn't she? Sally gives a playful little head-tilt in return. Don, I'd say it's time to get the checkbook out.