Pete Campbell and Peggy Olsen start an office romance. Peggy's copy for the lipstick account goes over well and the men in the firm congratulate her. A new telephone receptionist, Lois Saddler, takes a liking to Salvatore Romano but his own interests seem to lie elsewhere. Don Draper gets an unexpected bonus from Bert Cooper and wants to take Midge on a surprise trip to Paris. She seems too involved with her beatnik friends however. Don reflects on his unhappy childhood and in flashbacks he reveals some life lessons he learned early on when a hobo spent the day working on the family farm in exchange for a meal. Written by
Did You Know?
The hobo's symbol for a "dishonest man" is a stylized knife. In the Hobo Code it can be as simple as a sideways crescent, usually with a small cross (or just a dash) marked at one tip to symbolize the knife handle. See more
In a flashback scene the hobo shows young Don (Dick) some hobo "codes". He
draws one that looks like two W's and says "That means watch out for the nasty
dog." The camera cuts to his face as he speaks, then back to a different set of W's as he continues. See more
Listen, I'm not here to tell you about Jesus. You already know about Jesus. He either lives in your heart or he doesn't. Every woman wants choices, but in the end, none wants to be one of a hundred in a box. She's unique. She makes the choices and she's chosen him. She wants to tell the world he's MINE. He belongs to ME, not you. She marks her man with her lips. He's her possession. You've given the gift of total ownership.
References The Wizard of Oz
Written by Hank Ballard
Performed by Chubby Checker
record playing on the jukebox during Peggy's celebration party at P.J. Clarke's See more