Later, Don and the older two kids are planning their line of attack for the Disneyland visit the next day when there's a knock at the door. Sally gets it, and it's Megan and her friend, "Camille," both dressed to go out, and Megan says she just wanted to check that he didn't need anything else. Don tells her he's fine, so after Camille, in a French accent, tells them they're going to the "Whiskey A Go Go," the two of them head out, with Don kind of pointedly watching them go. Bobby then, in what I'm sure is a first, gets the episode title by asking about visiting Tomorrowland, which I'll certainly admit is a better name than "Epcot Center," which is where I went when I was a kid. He adds that he doesn't want to ride an elephant but instead fly a jet, and Don wisely refrains from telling him how that might already have happened if he hadn't screwed the pooch with NAA.
Betty arrives home to find Henry drinking a beer in a cloud of boxes and righteous anger. You see, Carla called while Betty was out, and Betty makes the mistake of being all "Oh, what did she want?" which only gets Henry's back up further about the fact that she fired Carla without telling him. Betty says she didn't want Carla "invoking [his] sympathies," which is so screwed up that it verges on being awesome, but then Henry moves on to the fact that apparently, Betty wouldn't even give Carla a letter of recommendation, which is so completely spiteful that I'm surprised he doesn't, like, step on her foot to try to snap her out of being so insane. Henry asks what, then, Carla did, "and don't tell me it's just about the neighbor boy," but it, of course, is, so Henry asks what the hell she's doing -- she didn't want the kids to move for the sake of their stability, and now she's firing their nanny who's been with them all their lives? Betty snaps that she's entitled to a fresh start, but Henry's not buying: "There is no fresh start! Lives carry on!" Betty shouts that he should for once take her side, but he's been practicing his verbal chess: "No one's ever on your side, Betty." He stomps out of the room, and Betty glares after him, knowing that she's been told how shitty she is twice now this episode. And she doesn't even have anyone left she can fire!
With the kids asleep, Don's reading and having a beer when he hears Megan's door open and close. He contemplates for a moment...
...and then he's knocking. She takes a little while to open up, and when she does she explains that she was on the balcony enjoying the view. Don lamely says he wanted to go over the agenda for Disneyland, earning this straight-faced response: "Do you think I should be involved in such high-level decisions?" Heh. Don, busted, says he couldn't put the TV on because the kids are asleep, so Megan genially lets him in and invites him out to the balcony, mentioning on the way that the French girl isn't really her friend -- they just lived together in college. "My father's a professor. I think she liked him too much." I'd say gross, but now is not the time to be squeamish about age differences.