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Don tells her that she doesn’t have the right to decide, to which Betty claps and says, “What am I supposed to do? This way, you see them exactly as much as you do now — on weekends and, oh wait, Don, when was the last time you saw them?”
“I appreciate your intentions, I really do, but I’m not going to waste the rest of my time arguing about this. I want to keep things as normal as possible, and you not being here is a part of that,” she adds.
Eventually, the two hang up and, in the end, Betty is seen smoking a cigarette at the kitchen table.