After an establishing shot of a blackboard with the lunch specials for Monday written on it, at a table in the restaurant, some older bald guy is telling a joke, and Pete and Ken make a big show of trying to out-chortle the other at the punchline. A woman then joins them who's probably a few years older than Ken and Pete but decidedly much younger than Baldy, and Ken takes the opportunity to introduce "Vicky" (Marguerite Moreau, in point of fact, who was awesome in Wet Hot American Summer) to "Marty." She wastes no time in flirting with him, but is interrupted when Roger walks up. The boys introduce Marty, who works for Gorton's, to Roger, with Marty mentioning that he was scheduled to meet Roger the next day anyway, and then Vicky pipes up that she's Marty's wife. Ken and Pete exchange awesome side-eyes at the ease at which Vicky plays this part, although it's not clear if Roger's fooled. He soon excuses himself with the hope that he'll see both of them the next day. Marty looks confused, given that Vicky's services are going to be on SC's dime, but forgets all about that once Vicky gives him a seductive look. I hope Pete and Ken brought rain slickers -- it would have been both client-appropriate and prudent!
Don's in his office when Joan buzzes that Bobbi, who you no doubt remember from last week, is there "at my desk." Don has Joan show her in, and when Joan's gone, Don chastises her for showing up unannounced. She tells him she was in the neighborhood, and her demeanor is a lot more tractable than it was last week -- it even seems like she's trying to be ingratiating, although since I hate her it's not working. Don looks unsettled by this change, although it could just be that she forgot to wear a chastity belt and as such is feeling rather vulnerable in his presence. She tells Don that she has an idea for a TV show -- it'd be like Candid Camera, only Jimmy would host it and be his normal dickish self, and it would be called Grin And Bear It. If Jimmy's really going to host, I hope Bobbi's willing to settle for half the title. Don thinks it's a great idea, as it's "derivative with a twist," which is what TV execs are looking for. He goes on that ABC is sick about losing Candid Camera, but the challenge would be to get Jimmy out of his contract at Utz, and Bobbi replies that she's thought about that -- Utz could come on as a sponsor. Of course, Jimmy could just call Edith a fat cow again, but Bobbi's way probably has the potential to make more money. Don doesn't think Bobbi's idea would work, however, as the show would need a national sponsor and Utz doesn't qualify, but he does point out that Utz might be persuaded that their spots would pack more punch if Jimmy were a TV star. Bobbi likes the way Don thinks, and then goes to the door and locks it, which Joan hears above her typing. Inside, Bobbi asks Don to sell the show for her. He tells her he's not interested in that job, but he will talk to the Schillings for her. She repays him by coming over and planting one on him. He lamely tells her that he's got work, but she calls bullshit on that, and tosses her coat to the floor meaningfully.