Pete Campbell returns from his honeymoon with tall tales and a big grin on his face. He does tell Peggy Olson that their fling before his marriage was for one night only. Don Draper runs into an old army buddy who knows him under the name of Dick Whitman. He also takes a tour of Rachel Menken's store but in a private moment, their mutual attraction becomes evident. The Drapers have friends over for their daughter's birthday party, including the divorcée who lives down the street. Don however is obviously unhappy with his lot in life and seems to be carrying a burden that is not apparent. Written by
Did You Know?
IBM did not move to Armonk until 1964. See more
When Harry Crane is eating a Stick candy in Pete Campbell's office it's full one minute then half gone then full again. See more
Quite a crowd in there.
[watching children play house
It's the same crowd out here.
References The Goldbergs
Le nozze di Figaro: Cinque...dieci...venti
Written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
(as W.A. Mozart) See more