Outside, Roger asks what Annabelle's really doing there, and while she plays it coy, it definitely seems like she's interested in more than dog food. Roger seems reluctant to encourage her, but eventually agrees to a business dinner, and if he's really that worried he should have thought of that before he started referencing his endowment. I guess old habits die hard, in more ways than one. And speaking of which, his fake tan has returned with a vengeance. For a show that's so incredibly detail-oriented, the tone of that thing is certainly all over the place.
Suzanne arrives home to find Don waiting for her, and after a little talk about the stealthy ways she's keeping their affair from her landlords and the fact that she'd love to take him to Little Italy sometime, she tells him that she's not trying to make it seem like she's thinking about the future, but even if she removes herself from the picture, she sees a man who's not happy. He looks taken aback by this assessment, but merely steps forward and says he's happy now. This is apparently not what she wanted to hear, though -- she probably was more interested in an acknowledgement of his unhappiness with his life, as despite her denials she's surely interested in something long-term with him. She withdraws into the kitchen and starts busying herself with making dinner, and put off by her sudden iciness, he says he's going to go lie down, which she acknowledges with a fake smile. Well, they're certainly starting to seem married.