In more then one way, Hades was glad Persephone had picked up on the issue with Makaria. While he tried to be a good father, he honestly said he hadn't a clue what he was doing. He'd tried to impress on his daughter the dangers of the world, but she'd brushed them off. He hadn't wished for an argument so he'd let it go.
Hopefully his wife knew how to do this with more finesse. He didn't want to resolve to ordering his daughter around. He wanted her to experience the world. Just, not so openly.
That and he was still sore over his little brother's display. Hades was smart enough to see what Zeus was saying by talking to Makaria. 'I can do this', his little brother was saying 'and you can't stop me'. It made him wish he could send the Furies to Zeus, or just hit the bastard. But Zeus was Hades' King, like it or not, and it wasn't the first time Hades felt like he was shackled by that. Or made to regret how he lost his rightful place on his father's throne.
He sipped from some scotch as he waited for the girls, trying to think of a way to send a message back to Zeus that wouldn't involve in him losing his head or getting imprisoned. If he let this go unanswered, Zeus may just think Makaria was up for grabs. And he wouldn't let his daughter get hurt by Zeus and his antics.