Don Draper is reluctant to talk about his past, or his childhood, whether with his wife Betty or his boss Roger Sterling. Joan Holloway teaches Peggy Olsen how to wrangle a free lunch out of some of the ad men. Roger Sterling raises the issue of working for the upcoming Nixon presidential campaign and while Don doesn't have much enthusiasm, senior partner Bert Cooper insists that they will go ahead and orders Don to put a team together. The creative team has to come up with an ad campaign for a new deodorant in an aerosol spray can. Betty Draper's doctor recommends that she see a psychiatrist. Written by
Did You Know?
The show was originally pitched to HBO before it was picked up by AMC. See more
While discussing their childhoods, Roger mentions his nanny. He says that his parents got rid of his original, German, nanny after the Lindbergh kidnapping. The Lindbergh kidnapping took place in 1932 with the apprehension of a German suspect taking place in 1934. Since the show is set in 1960 this would make Roger 18 years old at the time of the kidnapping. See more
[Peggy knocks on the office door; Kinsey answers from inside
No, it's Peggy...
References Twilight Zone
I Can Dream, Can't I?
Music by Sammy Fain
Lyrics by Irving Kahal
Performed by The Andrews Sisters
heard while the ogling men parade by Peggy typing at her desk See more