In a chair in one of the dorm rooms, Sally's sitting with the aforementioned Millicent, a brunette who looks about a year or two older than she, chatting pleasantly enough about the layout of the place when a second girl enters and joins them, introducing herself as "Mandy." The two hosts sit on the bed facing Sally and continue the small talk until, out of nowhere, Mandy's voice drops as she tells Sally things are about to get worse for her. Sally -- not getting that this suddenly has potential to turn into a very prim and proper snuff film -- asks if they don't like it at the school, but Mandy tells her she's not allowed to talk anymore. Millicent spells out that their opinion is a big factor in whether she gets in, and she can't believe no one told her she's supposed to take care of them. Mandy clarifies that she should have brought a flask or some cigarettes at least, and Sally doesn't tell them that Betty inspects her suitcase before she goes on trips like this, but does offer that she has some money. The girls scoff at that, though, as at home they probably sleep on beds made of it, but Sally tells them she can get them anything they want. Mandy: "Now what do we want?" I don't know, but Sally sure looks scared now.
On his way out (and hi there, new SCP logo on the wall), Don runs into Ted, who angrily tells him casting got shut down because of the budget he sent over to St. Joseph's, and now he's got to turn a "no" into a "yes." Don evenly points out he was going to have to do that anyway, and Ted sighs that he couldn't even break the news to Peggy. Don asks if he also didn't tell her how expensive the ad would be and when Ted enthuses about how great the work is, Don points out that St. Joseph's has been doing the same ad for 20 years. "Why did you pick them to push?" I mean, he knows why, but I do think he's trying as many angles as possible to wake Ted up to his folly here. Ted tells Don that St. Joseph's has been asking for their own "Plop plop fizz fizz," and I get what he's saying but those ads cost the price of a jingle and whatever residuals get paid to vaguely creepy dolls. He then adds that Peggy can smell the Clio and has her heart set on it. I wouldn't know where to start, but Don is already hatching a plan, so he tells Ted he gets it and promises to back him up in the client meeting the next day. Ted heads off to go over the budget, and Don watches him with slightly hooded eyes before departing. Given what happens tomorrow, I'm guessing he's spending the evening rehearsing.