Roger has survived, and he and Vicky are getting dressed. He asks her to have dinner with him, and after a brief negotiation, she agrees to accompany him to Lutece, and leaves on his arm, apparently not without some genuine affection. Or maybe he threw in an extra twenty that we didn't see.
Sally's passed out on the couch, and Don picks her up and carries her out of the office. As he does, the now-empty glass falls to the floor, and either he doesn't realize exactly what that means or he's had far too long a day to worry about it now. If it's the latter, it's not like I blame him, but Don, don't be surprised if she ruins your back-seat upholstery.
Katherine is on the phone at Anita's place, and then hands the receiver to Anita, saying her sister wants to talk. Anita looks ill at the prospect, but manages to be civil to Peggy for their brief chat. However, once she's done, she tells Katherine that Peggy does just as she pleases with no regard for anyone else, and that Katherine is too easy on her. Katherine decides that refusing to acknowledge this assertion is the way to go. What could go wrong with that plan?
It's the big day, and everyone's in the conference room nervously awaiting the AA execs' arrival. However, Duck comes in with terrible news -- their contact at AA just got fired that morning, so while the rest of them are still coming in for appearances' sake, as Don puts it, "We have to deliver a stillborn baby." "Hate" to say I told you so.
Anita enters a confessional to talk to Father Gill. She confesses some petty sins, but then gets to the part where she's "so angry" at Peggy for causing their mother so much pain. She goes on that Peggy seduced a married man and had a child out of wedlock, and even though it's a terrible sin, she acts like it didn't even happen. Looks like Anita gave up minding her own business for Lent. She goes on that she hates Peggy for it, and says that she's the one that tries to be good. She gets overcome, so Father Gill offers that he understands, but it's not her place to judge, and besides, God can see her goodness and loves her, and He knows that she loves her sister. Anita says that's true, so Father Gill gives her penance and asks her to forgive her sister. They recite an act of contrition together...