Face it, man.
We are going to jail.
We might as well start hiding razorblades under our tongues.
Here, you can have one of mine.
How long has that been in there?
- Since grade school. - Yeah, that checks out.
No one's going to jail.
We're gonna work this case.
And we're gonna find something.
You're not gonna sit back and resign yourselves to your fates.
You're gonna take action.
So while Don gets a hopeful, cathartic ending that hints at his bright future,
Betty's is wholly tragic.
She's resigned to her fate.
And it's the same acceptance of the status quo we've seen in her all through the show.
We only wish she could have put up more of a fight all along.
I fought for plenty in my life.
That's how I know when it's over.
You have 9 months to figure out what kind of man you are.
And how to be a father worth having.
I think Jamie had resigned himself to being single for the rest of his life.
And that's just the way it was gonna be because of commitment to the family.
So the idea of a kid, I don't even think he can put that together in the moment,
except that he knows immediately that that kid might be in danger.
How happy is the blameless vestal's lot,
the world forgetting by the world forgot.
Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind,
each prayer accepted and each wish resigned.