Betty's awakened by the crying baby, but when she goes into his room, she finds Don already tending to him. She thanks him before telling him to go back to bed, and as she takes the baby from him they have a nice, easy moment together. All I'll say is that it's too bad the baby's not old enough to remember this.
Paul's in with Peggy, who complains that it's now way too hot, and having lived in New York for most of my life I can only nod sagely in response. Olive buzzes and informs Peggy that "Mr. Herman" is on line one, and I would have thought Peggy had a private line, but maybe Duck doesn't have the number with him because, as he tells her, he's right around the corner in a hotel room. Peggy asks Paul if he can give her a minute, and Paul, who's more hilarious in this scene than I remember him being since the stoner episode, is like, "No." Hee. Peggy tries to blow him off without giving away the nature of the call and fails spectacularly on both fronts, although I will note that when she tells him she's having lunch with Kurt and Smitty, he replies, "They're a couple of homos." It's barely even worth pointing out that he's only half right, but I will say that I'd take Peggy's place at that lunch in a heartbeat, so fuck off, Duck. And nice name, by the way. Anyway, after they hang up, Peggy tries to tell Paul she has to go to the printer, and if the discussion of Kurt and Smitty didn't tip him off, her flushed face and accelerated breathing would, so it's no surprise when he replies, "I know a nooner when I hear one!" Still funny, though. Peggy's like, "You're disgusting!" True enough, but he's not the one who's going to have trouble walking back to the office.