Joan Holloway: Look at you, all in a snit!
Peggy Olson: Are you gonna watch me?
Joan Holloway: What's wrong with you?
Peggy Olson: Honestly, why is it that every time a man takes you out to lunch around here, you're... you're the dessert!
Joan Holloway: That's terrible.
Peggy Olson: It's constant from every corner. I'm from Bay Ridge. We have manners. Why can't they just leave it alone?
Joan Holloway: [sarcastic] Because men always bother you all the time. They follow you down the street.
Peggy Olson: Well, not exactly...
Joan Holloway: Look, dear, I don't know you that well, but you're the new girl, and you're not much, so you might as well enjoy it while it lasts.
Peggy Olson: Of course.
Joan Holloway: Don't be that way! I'm just offering some perspective, that's all.
Peggy Olson: [forces a smile] Thank you, Joan.
Roger Sterling: [walking into Don's office] I can never get used to the fact that most of the time it looks like you're doing nothing.
Don Draper: I can't decide... if you have everything... or nothing.
Midge Daniels: I live in the moment. Nothing *is* everything.
Midge Daniels: [finding Don outside her apartment door] 11 a.m. Did you get fired?
Don Draper: Brought Betty into the city to see the doctor, but honestly, I think I'm not feeling so great. I called in sick.
Midge Daniels: Don't bring that here. I'm serious, Don, don't talk to me about her. That makes me feel cruel.
Paul Kinsey: [Peggy knocks on the office door; Kinsey answers from inside] Bienvenue.
Peggy Olson: [pause] No, it's Peggy...
Betty Draper: Did you look at Sally's face? I think she has a bruise.
Don Draper: I didn't see it.
Betty Draper: On her cheekbone, under her eye.
Don Draper: I thought that was ketchup?
Betty Draper: What if she had gotten a scar? Something permanent?
Don Draper: I don't wanna play "what if".
Betty Draper: I'm just saying, if it had happened to Bobby it'd be ok because a boy with a scar is nothing, but a girl, it's so much worse.
Don Draper: Nothing happened.
Betty Draper: I keep thinking... not that I could have killed the kids, but... worse, Sally could have survived, and gone on living with this horrible scar on her face, and some long, lonely, miserable life...