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
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Upon learning immediately after arriving to work that his boss Don has called in sick, art director Bryan Batt tells Peggy that he's leaving and to not tell anyone. Yet later in the day when Peggy is reprimanded for making spelling errors just before closing time and has to stay to retype a document, Bryan is one of the men that walks past her and looks her over as she warily eyes them. See more
[finding Don outside her apartment door
11 a.m. Did you get fired?
Brought Betty into the city to see the doctor, but honestly, I think I'm not feeling so great. I called in sick.
Don't bring that here. I'm serious, Don, don't talk to me about her. That makes me feel cruel.
"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