We get a closeup of a birth certificate form that reads "Eugene Scott Draper," and then we see Betty's smiling face. Yup, lots of equivocation on the name, Don.
Pete enters Bertram's office, and Roger snits, "If it isn't Martin Luther King." After the thought of Pete giving the "I Have A Dream" speech makes me giggle for a while, Bertram informs Pete that Admiral has no interest in becoming a "colored" television company (note his more dated lingo, and also, thanks for bringing us up to speed, Bertram). Pete sighs that he doesn't understand why a company would pass up the opportunity to make more money, but Bertram, getting more heated, barks that it's a sensitive issue. "Companies hate that!" After Roger yells some more about the "hand jobs" he's going to have to give to fix this, Pryce, who's been sitting silently the whole time, asks idly if they're "done with the flogging," and Roger petulantly mutters, "It's never as good as you think it's gonna be." Just wait until the hand jobs. Pryce, however, then obliquely takes up for Pete by way of following Don's advice from earlier regarding Bertram and Roger, saying that while Admiral isn't a possibility, perhaps there is money to be made in the Negro markets. "I'm a stranger in a strange land, but I can tell you: There's definitely something going on." If someone with his vision can see the coming upheaval, maybe it's time to acknowledge there's something happening here, even if what it is ain't exactly clear.