Henry, already in bed, calls to Betty with an apology for missing dinner, but when she joins him, after some consideration, she tells him the real reason she's out of sorts by coming clean about the visit from the FBI, although she leaves out the part where she lied to them on Don's behalf. Without that information, Henry doesn't see the big deal, and even suggests that one day, if all goes well, she may be answering the same questions in regard to him. Well, it seems rude to cast aspersions on a man's career, Henry, so I'll take the high road and simply say I hope you're divorced long before it's come to that. Betty lets Henry know she's telling him because she doesn't want any secrets, and the hilarious way she pauses in the middle like she realizes she's painted herself into a corner means she's still the character who unwittingly makes me laugh the most by far. Henry takes this as a positive, though, and they cuddle. Ick.
Pete's already on the elevator when Don joins him, and after Don waves someone else away so he and Pete can speak freely, Pete assures Don that his friend is looking into it, and he's very discreet and it will all be okay. When he suggests that they can ride it out if need be, though, opining that the statute of limitations must have kicked in by now, Don reminds him that they're talking about desertion from the armed services here. Pete sniffs that he thought no one cared about these things, which is hilarious given, you know, Vietnam, and seethes that Don should know what to do, as he's been lying for years. "I don't have to live with your shit over my head." Not given that you're already waist-deep in it, no. They arrive at their floor, but before Don can get off, Pete grabs him by the arm and reminds him of the little irony that he signed NAA after Don, well, deserted him in California, and he's grown it from cocktails into four million dollars. Don, with equal passion: "Get rid of it." Well, that was easy to settle!
After Megan tells Don that a "Mr. Keller" is in his office, Don rushes in to meet the older gentleman, whom you might recognize from the season premiere as his accountant, and after they sit, Don tells him he wants to set up a trust for his kids. The accountant asks from what age, but Don tells him it should start immediately and that Betty should also have access to it. The guy looks at Don like he just suggested they split a basket of puppies for dinner before asking what's going on, but Don declines to burden him with dangerous information and instead is able to convince him he's fine. Keller finally smiles: "Now please tell me you're shtupping that girl out there." Don doesn't actually reply "Hmm," but there will be time enough for that.