Photo shoot, at which Betty is smiling. Might as well keep it up while you can, girl. In a less gushy tone than he's been using, Ronnie comes up to her and tells her that the client has decided to move the international work to London. "More Audrey Hepburn, less Grace Kelly." He tries to tell her that she has two great sets of pictures with which to start her book again, but that doesn't stop her from looking devastated even as she tries to smile. He offers to let her keep the dress and the hairstyle, but he can't completely keep up the businesslike act when the tears start to fall, and tells her, "Honey, it has nothing to do with you." He does not, however, go on to tell her any stories about his DICK of a father-in-law, which is just too bad. Ronnie flits off, and a female flunky comes up and blithely removes Betty's jewelry from behind even as Betty starts to cry harder. Aw.
In the main area of the office, people are having a rather drunken party. The boys see Peggy on her way out (wearing the same outfit as in the scene with Joan, just in case there was any timeline confusion), and Ken and Paul make some dickish comments in the same vein as earlier. However, when Ken says that a girl like Peggy is a lobster, because "all the meat's in the tail," Pete gets a nasty look on his face and stands up and punches Ken. I hope that's not the best he can do, because I'm pretty sure Vincent Kartheiser didn't get cast as Connor The Destroyer throwing girly-assed punches like that. He and Ken wrestle, which is pretty hilarious since Kartheiser comes up to like, Aaron Staton's waist, and as the other boys try to break them up, Roger and Don walk out, and Roger offers to drop Don at the station without either of them sparing a glance at the brawl. Heh. Pete and Ken finally get pulled apart, with Ken (nice touch that he's completely out of breath; he's one of the heaviest smokers on this show) asking why the hell Pete sucker-punched him. Pete doesn't answer, so Paul puts an arm around each of them and orders them to make up, and they shake hands. I'd like to think Pete was defending Peggy's honor, but until I see a little more, I'm going to have to think that he was just drunkenly pissed that Ken was deriding his taste. And don't email me until you at least watch the scene with Hildy again.