...and then Peggy grabs her coat, bag, coffee cup and Thermos and starts striding down the hallway. From the conference room, Joan sees her go and it looks like a small smile of understanding hits, which is lovely. I'm glad she can be happy for her. At the elevator, Peggy spares a long look back, but when the car arrives, she smiles big and gets on it as The Kinks' "You Really Got Me" kicks up. I'm bummed for Ken, I wish she'd fist-bumped Stan on her way out and I don't know how this is going to work in terms of the show keeping track of her, but this moment made this gut-punch of an episode a little easier to take. See you next time.
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