In the morning, Pete returns to the hospital, and his father-in-law Tom, still in his ugly golf outfit (Pete's is far more stylish; no plaid), tells him it's probably going to be another day, at least. Pete, looking fairly distraught, asks if he can see Trudy, but Tom, catching on, asks if Pete's been drinking. And if that's the case, I wonder if he and Bertram got trashed together, and if so why we didn't get to see any of that. Tom mistakes Pete's anxiety as baby-related, and tells Pete to chill out, as he was at a baseball game when Trudy was born, but Pete, after some thought, decides to let him in on the Lucky Strike secret. Tom is like, "Okay, seriously, time to get your ass out of SCDP," and then elaborates that while Pete can be sure of having his account, he's got a family now, and by the way, with Clearasil over at CGC, he's been in a position to learn that Ted Chaough would love to have Pete. Pete literally is like, "I hate him," and adds that Chaough would only want him because of the blow it would strike to Don, but Tom tells him there's no reward in going down with the ship. Well, Tom, I think people do that not for reward but because they couldn't live with themselves otherwise. I mean, I didn't coin the expression or anything, but I think there's something there, you know? Anyway, after Pete firmly denies that he's interested in going anywhere, Trudy's mom comes out, tells them Trudy finally went to sleep, and then throws some shade Pete's (and, by extension, her husband's) way for not having been around all night. Pete abjectly apologizes, which is probably better than explaining what happened but still makes me feel bad for him. Pete, there will be plenty of time for guilt once your child is actually born!
Abe is getting dressed, and he's having to put his beach clothes back on, which is maybe not quite on the level of shame of re-donning a tux but is still not exactly covering yourself in glory. Not that he has to worry about that yet, because after a few flirty words and a disclaimer from Peggy that she's "not usually like this," the clothes are back off and they are Doing It again. I'm guessing all the sand or whatever it is has worked its way out by now.
Bertram, Pete, and Don are having pastries and coffee in Don's office when Roger calls to tell them it's done -- since Garner Sr. lost it, the board has taken over and there's no point in talking to them. It's all basically what Garner Jr. told him last episode, but Roger is pretending that he just walked out of their offices in North Carolina when he's actually in a New York hotel. Bertram tells him their clients need to hear this from them, and Roger replies that he shouldn't wait for him to get back. Oh, Roger. Even a trace of leadership at this point would make such a difference, you know?