I've read a number of questions about this topic, but I haven't found anything that seems to fit my situation. Basically, I want to undo a switched outlet (full-hot), and turn it into an always-hot outlet. I actually did this already by wiring the switch shut, as shown:
Basically, I capped the black and red wires together. It would appear that a pig-tailed black wire was already capped previously, as well as the two white wires (I put electrical tape on the work I do, so I know it was me).
This switch controlled this outlet:
NOTE: It's possible the red and black (or the two whites) are in the wrong vertical order, since I took this pic after I'd already removed the receptacle.
At any rate, if I keep the receptacle as it is, the one to the right (that I replaced) works. If I put a red or black (and a single neutral/white) on a new receptacle (that only has two terminals) and cap the leftover hot and leftover neutral, then that receptacle works, but the one to the right does not. So the one to the right is "downstream", right?
My question is: Do I need to pigtail the red+black and pigtail the two whites, plug them in to the new receptacle to get it everything to work? Or is there something else I should do?