Fifteen seconds into the clip he's taken a page out of the 1963 edition of Hack Screenwriter's Digest and turned her business-related comment into sexual innuendo. "That's not funny," she responds in the most patient and reasonable tone she can muster.
Incidentally, given that they work for the same corporation, this interaction falls comfortably under the umbrella of workplace sexual harassment and should at least get him a slap on the wrist from HR, but whatever. He doesn't play by the rules, man. He goes his own way.
But Claire getting a dressing down by her male co-stars was a part of the film's marketing, so that I was expecting. What I wasn't expecting was Claire getting a dressing down for being ambivalent as to whether or not she should be a mother from her own goddamn sister.
At one point, after the kids are reunited with Claire and Owen, and after Owen drives a car (backwards) away from a stampeding mob, one of the kids cries, "Can we stay with you?" to which Claire responds that she'll never leave them alone again. "I meant him!" says the kid, pointing to Owen, who he has only just met.