Sal's still in the office, possibly to get his portfolio together, but after an underling wishes him good night, he breaks down and covers his eyes. Not on the sketches, Sal! I laugh so as not to cry myself. I just want to see this character happy, and it is so never going to happen. At least he's in good company on this show, though.
Speaking of people who are working late, here's Francis, who gets a call from Betty informing him they're on for the fundraiser. After catching on that Betty is not talking freely, Francis asks if she really wants to go through with it, but Betty, within earshot of Don, who's on the couch in the other room, drops her voice and says she had to. Because she...needed to make a vain attempt to convince her maid that she's not having an affair? I mean, that is the reason, but it sounds silly when you say it out loud.
Don is giving his pitch to Connie and two of his underlings. The basic idea is that in luring Americans abroad, they have to remember that they enjoy day-to-day luxuries on a scale greater than just about anywhere in the world.