We're on a commercial set, and Lee Garner Jr., the younger Lucky Strike guy from the pilot, has returned, and hilariously, given Pete's pitch to him in that episode, is making Pete smoke a Lucky over his protests that it's bad for him. Pete takes a drag and promptly starts hacking up a lung, to everyone's amusement, and then Sal, who's directing the commercial, comes over and tells them they've got it. Lee Jr., however, isn't sure he likes the way the actor ends up staring off-camera instead of straight into it, and despite the fact that Sal explains they want the viewer to focus on the product instead of the actor and Pete adds that Lee Sr. signed off on the concept, Lee Jr. still isn't convinced, and asks Harry what he thinks. Harry opines that he's the client and they should do what he wants, proving that he learned nothing from the Ann-Margret debacle, but I'm too amused at Pete continuing to hack away like he suddenly materialized on the surface of Venus to notice. Lee Jr. at least turns on the Southern charm for Sal, so they try it again his way. As you're no doubt aware, that will only go so far.
The next day, Don's again driving to work before sunrise, evidently, from the way he keeps checking out the side of the road, hoping to encounter Suzanne again. Up until now, there were many unflattering labels I would apply to Don with respect to his behavior toward women, but stalker was not one of them.
That afternoon, Carla's in the kitchen when Betty returns with the kids, who just finished their first day of school, and checks the mail and finds a letter from Francis. After Carla goes to check on the now-crying baby, she opens the envelope and sees an address and this response: "Betty, you asked me if anyone reads my mail. Not anymore." These two really are not stealthy enough to have an affair, not that that's not going to be even more evident soon. With a smile, Betty puts the letter into her purse, and then turns to Sally and notes how quiet she's being, wondering if she's tired. Sally says she isn't, but she really wants a pencil case to put in her loose-leaf. Either she asked for it already, was denied, and now is pouting, or she's being good to influence Betty's decision, but Betty's response of "We'll see" gives nothing away.