In the restroom, Peggy, already dressed to leave, is freshening up next to Megan. After, in answer to Megan's question, Peggy tells her that Mark is taking her out for a romantic dinner at the Forum of the Twelve Caesars, Megan asks how old Peggy is, and Peggy tells her twenty-six. Megan smiles: "You're doing all right, aren't you?" Lest you're worried that Peggy will get to feel great about herself for more than two seconds, a very pregnant Trudy emerges from within just as Megan leaves and, apparently having overheard the last bit of their chat, compliments her on her birthday. Peggy asks how she's doing, and Trudy tells her most of her time is spent in bed or going to the bathroom, but having the baby kick her is still an incredible feeling. Peggy jokingly asks if that's any different from living with Pete, and Trudy smiles that she's witty. "I always assumed that, but it turns out it's true!" Heh. Peggy asks if she's going to watch the fight, and Trudy, hilariously putting her white gloves back on as she says this, tells Peggy that she is, and she's been watching boxing since she was a little girl. "My father loves blood sport." Too bad he wasn't at the SC July 4th celebration back in '63. Megan returns to tell Peggy that Don is looking for her, so she and Trudy head out, but not before Trudy, apparently having overheard the last bit of Peggy and Megan's chat, turns back to wish her a happy birthday and tell her that "twenty-six is still...very young." Oh, Trudy. I don't think she has a bitchy bone in her body, but still -- no one asked. Peggy, for her part, doesn't bother with any undignified response about how she has a boyfriend, which given imminent events is definitely just as well.
Episode Report CardCouch Baron: A+ | 2703 USERS: B
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