Peggy Olson: I don't hate kids.
Stan Rizzo: Look, you got to a certain point in your life and it didn't happen. I understand you're angry about it, but you've got a lot of other things.
Peggy Olson: Don't do that.
Stan Rizzo: I mean it. You couldn't have done all you've done otherwise.
Peggy Olson: I guess that's the secret to your spectacular career? The fact that you don't have kids?
Stan Rizzo: Not that I know of!
Peggy Olson: That's funny to you. Because it wouldn't matter if you did. You can walk away.
Stan Rizzo: I would never do that.
Peggy Olson: But you may not even know. That's what you said. It's been a long day.
Stan Rizzo: You're right. I didn't mean to judge her.
Peggy Olson: But you did and you don't understand it at all.
Stan Rizzo: I had a mother. And she wasn't great. And I don't know that she wanted me, so I understand something.
Peggy Olson: But you don't understand your mother.
Stan Rizzo: Well, maybe I don't want to.
Peggy Olson: Maybe she was very young. And followed her heart and got in trouble. And no one should have to make a mistake just like a man does and not be able to move on. She should be able to live the rest of her life just like a man does.
Stan Rizzo: You're right.
Peggy Olson: I know. Maybe you do what you thought was the best thing.
Stan Rizzo: What did you do?
Peggy Olson: I'm... I'm here. And...
Stan Rizzo: Oh.
Peggy Olson: He's with a family somewhere. I don't know, but it's not because I don't care. I don't know because you're not supposed to know. Or you can't go on with your life.
Stan Rizzo: I'm sorry. I didn't know that.
Peggy Olson: Well, you don't know lots of things about lots of people. That's the point.
Stan Rizzo: No, it's not.
Peggy Olson: I'm fine. I have work to do.