Betty looks at the pictures and pronounces them terrible. Francine (yay!) disagrees, but Betty bitches that Don was late, and it ruined the whole thing. Francine offhandedly says that Carlton is always late, and I don't suppose Helen Bishop, for one, would be surprised. Speaking of whom, Francine tries to cheer Betty up by pointing out that Helen has a big hole in her family portrait, so they should count their blessings. Betty says she's going to take them again anyway, as Sally looks fat. Checked into a mother/daughter rate on therapy, Betty? Betty uncharacteristically continues complaining, saying she expects the royal treatment when she goes to Don's office, but she rarely gets it. Francine admits that she feels the same way, and Betty concludes the men-bashing with "Our husbands. They are better out here, aren't they?" Francine: "Infinitely."
In the Liberty Capital meeting, Pete is leading up to Don's great idea, but when he's given the floor, Don says he thinks Paul has a handle on it. Everyone looks around uncertainly, like it's third and twenty and the star quarterback calls a running play. (Sorry, I'm around a bunch of frat boys, I start using sports metaphors.) Paul gets up and nervously pitches the Executive idea, and the Liberty rep is on board, but wants the word "Private" in there for clarity. He then laughs and admits that a portion of their clients are already doing this, but they had no name for it and no way to charge them. Everyone metaphorically slaps each other on the back as Don looks like he'd rather go back to having lunch with Adam than sit in on this.