Don gets off the elevator at SCDP, and passes Faye engaging in some most uncharacteristic yelling into the phone: "I want my key back, and I don't want to see your shorts on my floor, and I don't want you complaining that I don't cook, 'cause I don't cook!" I hope she's not recruiting for her next focus group here, because the pitch could use some work. As Don heads in, opening the door for some randoms as he goes, Faye yells at "David" to go shit in the ocean, as if seeing Jaws when I was six didn't give me a lifetime reason to avoid it already.
Betty awakens to find Henry already dressed and on his way out, and once again, he's not exactly impressing me with his ability to deal with crises in a constructive manner when he passive-aggressively tells her he wasn't going to wake her because he thought she could use the sleep. I mean, ordinarily I'd find that most considerate, but not the way he's doing it. Betty tells him she's sorry and asks him to come over to her, which is the more adult action if you ask me, but even though she expresses remorse and explains that Don was the only man she'd ever been with, he barely softens at all and tells her he'll call later. Of course, she is omitting a little encounter with CAPTAIN AWESOME, but I can understand why she'd want to keep that a secret. Well, actually, no I can't. Shout it from the rooftops, Betty! People will understand, at least if they see him!
In the garage, Henry starts the car, but when he notices a bunch of boxes in front of him labeled "Draper," he drives the car into them before backing out. This is the man being tapped to create a Presidential campaign, people. No wonder it didn't work out.
We get a close-up on Joey making a cocktail out of vodka and Mountain Dew, which he calls "jet fuel." Peggy corrects him that it's "rocket fuel," and when Stan and that guy who was in with Don and Faye that one time join them, she goes on that you need three ingredients for a cocktail. "Vodka and Mountain Dew is an emergency." Heh. We then see Joan go into Pryce's office and tell him about Don's wish to have Joey on full-time for the next three weeks, and she certainly didn't break any speed records bringing that request down the hall, did she? Pryce disclaims any interest in the decision, prompting Joan to close the door and tell him that she thinks the vending machine is a troublemaker. Oh, Joan. I hate to see you cry, but being ineffective might be even worse. Pryce demurs, saying that he even wants to add a sandwich machine, and when Joan tells him that there have been a lot of complaints, she receives this reply: "Did you tell them to call the number?" Joan looks like she'd like to do a lot of things to him at the moment, but none of them of a sexual nature. Too bad they didn't keep the door open...