Don is courted by Jim Hobart, head of a larger ad firm who offers him more money and more creative resources to join them. Betty Draper rekindles her interest in modeling after Hobart suggests she should try it. She doesn't realize it's all part of the strategy to get Don on board. Peggy Olsen is fretting over her weight gain but doesn't appreciate Joan's advice about getting ahead in the office. The ad team tries to counter the advertising coming out of the Kennedy campaign. Pete Campbell comes up with an idea to keep Kennedy's image off TV in key States. Written by
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Don and Betty attend a performance of the Broadway musical "Fiorello!" and run into Jim Hobart (head of the rival ad agency McCann Erickson) and his wife. Before Betty meets Don in the lobby, Don and the Hobarts all insult the musical, but then Betty approaches and obliviously praises it ("I like this show. Very gay songs"), which makes her seem unsophisticated and naive in front of the other three. Ironically, though, Betty actually has the more sophisticated and informed opinion of "Fiorello!," which turned out to be not only a critical and commercial hit but was also one of the very few musicals ever to win a Pulitzer Prize for Drama (as of 2016, there have still been only nine musicals that have ever won Pulitzers since the Drama prize was first given in 1918). See more
An Arrowhead water bottle is on the floor partially hidden by the table leg at 32:49 minutes. In 1987, Arrowhead waters was bought by Nestlé. Soon after, the presence of Arrowhead water bottles in supermarkets across the Western United States grew considerably. See more
I know what men think of you: That you're looking for a husband, and you're fun. And not in that order.
Peggy, this isn't China. There's no money in virginity.
My Special Angel
Written by Jimmy Duncan
Performed by Bobby Helms
Played on the Draper's kitchen radio during the final scene and through the closing credits See more