The copier men are back, and Joan is explaining that she's not sure having the behemoth in the hallway is the best idea, particularly since clients can see it. "We don't want to appear to be bursting at the seams." With those tits and that ass, it's a difficult scenario to avoid. Joan sees Lois and pulls her aside for a confab, chastising her for crying in the break room, "which I have specifically forbidden." Heh. She also insists that she call Peggy "Miss Olson," and doesn't really want to hear about how Peggy "yelled" at Lois. Her points made, Joan leads Lois back to the copier and asks if "we like this in the hallway." Lois makes the far-sighted observation that it looks good now, but it will become messy, and Joan agrees, because she's seen this show before.
Don wraps things up with the two boys, who are both apparently surnamed "Smith" although they're not related, and then Duck comes over for a little glad-handing. The Smiths are wary, though, and express their desire that their little interview be kept under wraps for the moment. They take off, and Duck commends Don on the direction he's taking. Don asks, now that he's given Duck his young 'uns and the Xerox machine, if he should throw in a couple of elephants as well. "I don't want there to be any excuse when you can't bring in Martensons Coffee." Excuse me for a moment while I turn off my air conditioner. Duck counters that there are other ways of thinking besides Don's. Wow, Duck, if that's the best you can do in the comeback department, maybe you should start drinking again.
The boys and Peggy have in fact moved into Pete's office, and it's worth noting that Peggy and Pete seem to be working rather harmoniously as they discuss some account having to do with kids. Ken pulls Paul and Harry out to celebrate the latter's baby news, and Peggy tells Sal they should go in to Don with the Mohawk drawings. Sal points out that Dale isn't there, but Peggy replies, "Mr. Draper doesn't care." Heh. Sal heads out, but before Peggy can do the same, Pete sighs that he doesn't get the big deal about kids, and asks Peggy if she wants any. Peggy takes a moment and responds, "Eventually." Pete: "Exactly." Some kid in foster care: "Well, I'm so sorry my timing was so fricking inconvenient."