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Lane Pryce (Character)
from "Mad Men" (2007)

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Mad Men: Season 7: Episode 7 -- Don receives a troubling letter. A risky venture entails a new future for Peggy. Roger gets an unexpected phone call. Pete butts heads with Cutler.

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Lane Pryce (Jared Harris) Lane Pryce is the Financial Director of Sterling Cooper... See more »

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  1. "Mad Men"
        - The Phantom (2012) TV episode, Played by Jared Harris
        - Commissions and Fees (2012) TV episode, Played by Jared Harris
        - The Other Woman (2012) TV episode, Played by Jared Harris
        - Christmas Waltz (2012) TV episode, Played by Jared Harris
        - Dark Shadows (2012) TV episode, Played by Jared Harris
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From "Mad Men: Commissions and Fees (#5.12)" (2012)
[after Don confronts Pryce about forging his signature]
Lane Pryce: It was a thirteen day loan.
Don Draper: And then we cancelled the bonuses.
Lane Pryce: You delayed them and then you cancelled them. And then you wanted the money for Joan, and I'm the one who's committed the crime?
Don Draper: Are you gambling?
Lane Pryce: No. I owed taxes on my portfolio, which I liquidated for fifty thousand dollars into this firm after we lost Lucky Strike!
Don Draper: If you needed it so badly why didn't you ask?
Lane Pryce: Why suffer the humiliation for a thirteen day loan! That was my money!
Don Draper: [long pause] I'm going to need your resignation.
Lane Pryce: Uh, uh... just a moment - I'm sorry, and I am remorseful. I don't know how it came to this. But the company's in ship shape. And I will make good by Easter, even if I have to pull my son out of school...
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