And speaking of suffering, Harry, apparently having gotten his insta-boner under control, enters on a flimsy excuse and then asks who "this lovely young thing" is, like, if you sat in shit it would up your average dignity level, guy. Peggy calls attention to the fact that he's rudely ignoring Joyce, which does nothing to stop him, and then gets Carolyn to tell him her story, which is that "the Topaz people" flipped out and fired the people who hired her, and she was the next casualty. Anyway, Joyce asks Peggy if she can help, but Peggy is far too focused on the part about Topaz having fired their agency to be of much use, and then Joyce can't take Harry's smarminess one second longer and gets Carolyn the hell out of there. When they're gone, Harry lingers for a moment and then leaves, and Peggy looks disgusted. And it's not going to be the last time a man's behavior causes her to make that face.
Don comes out of his office and asks Megan for an update, and Megan, who's been trying to arrange for babysitting, says the hotel does have a service but there's no one girl who can take care of all three kids at the same time, so the arrangements are rather convoluted. Apparently finding inspiration in her gigantic teeth, he offers to double Megan's weekly salary if she'll come along and take care of the kids, and after Megan tells him she has no professional experience, but she does have a college friend out there, and he assures her she'll be fine, she accepts...
...and just like that, they've arrived at the hotel pool. The kids can't resist dipping their arms in the water, but Don tells them if they don't get it together they're going to go back to the car and spend the weekend there. I think some of the viewing audience might have preferred that option in retrospect.
Ken and Harry come in to see Peggy, and Ken tells her that he just got off the phone with Topaz, and the guy was "shocked and impressed" that he'd already heard about them firing their agency. Harry pipes up that Topaz already bought TV placement for the campaign, and they've invited SCDP to come in Monday and pick up the pieces. Ken, wearily: "I just told you that." Heh. I feel you, Ken. Peggy points out that Monday is a holiday but Ken says Topaz is out of time. "All we have to do is not throw up on our shoes." That's not always achievable, but it's worth a try! Harry asks Peggy if she wants help, but when Peggy hilariously tells him Carolyn isn't going to be there, he leaves without another word. Ew. Ken then compliments Peggy on the good work, and at least someone around there is doing some.