Pete enters a bathroom, cup in hand, and you all know where this is going, so let's just say he picks out a magazine called "Jaybird USA" and leave it at that.
Roger is aggressively playing with a ball attached to a paddle like a five-year-old boy would, and Joan enters and tells him the noise is audible outside. Roger replies that no one knows what he's doing. "It's good for mystique." With a knowing smile, she shows him the ring, and he responds by expressing some disdain for marriage and a hoary prediction about how her sex life will dwindle to nothing after the first year. He also mentions that he told his daughter the same thing, which, if it weren't John Slattery here, would be enough to earn him the label of Officially Creepy. Joan's with me: "I envy that girl, having you to give her away." She acidly goes on that she's been faithful to everyone she's been with. "And despite your jokes, I always assumed you were unhappy with Mona, not the whole idea." He assures her that she was something special, and she regains her smile to tell him that it doesn't matter now, as she fell in love. He tells her it's just another reason not to come in to work, and she assures him she's not going anywhere. Roger: "Yes you are. You'll see." Joan's smiles fades again, and she takes her leave.
Peggy brings Bobbie some coffee, and tells her that she's enjoying the company and that her eye has improved. Some talk about makeup leads to Bobbie mentioning she used to be a dancer, and that she met a lot of interesting people during that time. How interesting they were probably depends on exactly what kind of dancing she was doing, but we'll leave that question for another occasion. Bobbie asks if Peggy has a boyfriend, and when she says no, asks if Peggy's in love with Don. Peggy flatly says no, so Bobbie opines that it's not a ridiculous question, and reiterates it. Peggy: "It's a personal question. And I've already answered you." I'd suggest giving her drugs to loosen her tongue if that had, you know, worked. Bobbie then inquires if Peggy isn't going to ask if Bobbie's in love with Don, but Peggy says it's none of her business. Peggy starts to withdraw into her bedroom, but Bobbie tells her she likes the place. "It takes me back." You'd think this would be the cue to head into another flashback, but this show does so hate being on the nose.