...in which Faye sums up their current position, that being that by holding onto Fillmore's reputation as a place for professionals, they can still attract men of all types. "Something like, 'Fillmore Auto Parts: For The Mechanic In Every Man.'" Although that still sounds like two strategies to me, they're at least married smoothly now, not that that's Ken's point when he rather sassily adds that "although it seems immaterial to you, the Fillmore brothers like it." Normally, I'd expect a smackdown both now and later for that, but Don is way too distracted by the awesomely hilarious stuff that's going on outside, as Megan has enlisted Pete's help, and he and Joan cover Miss Blankenship up with the afghan and then awkwardly manhandle her out of there while still in her chair, and the whole thing is just edited so deftly, with a terrific WTF reaction shot from Ken and then a total Mona Lisa smile from Faye when they see what's going on, and then after the group is out of view, Harry appears and whines, "My mother made that!" HA! This was certainly the funniest scene about an old lady's death you'll see this season, although if someone wanted to cut together a YouTube version with a vaudeville score, I can personally guarantee about fifty hits.
Don gets the Fillmore brothers to sign while behind them, the joke's not over, as Megan, now wearing prim white gloves, returns to the scene and gingerly carries Miss Blankenship's leather desk protector out of there, and then Don asks Ken to show the guys out, and Ken is certainly on the qui vive enough to use the door that doesn't go in Miss Blankenship's general direction. Faye follows Don out the other way, and when they're out of earshot, Faye expresses her disbelief, as she was just talking to Miss Blankenship. After Don takes a moment to close his eyes and massage his forehead in quite a Pryce-like manner, he asks Faye if she could do him a big favor: Take his keys from his bag, bring Sally to his apartment, and sit with her until he gets there. "I would have my secretary do it, but she's dead." Faye agrees out of necessity, but is clearly unnerved by the prospect, and asks if he wants to introduce her and what she should say, but Don can't hold her hand right now beyond just telling her that she's Faye.