Peggy is given the opportunity to write copy for a new weight loss device that everyone knows is useless. She finds an interesting use for it, however. Afraid of losing the Lucky Strike cigarette account, Bert Cooper gets Roger Sterling to come in for a one-hour meeting but he has another attack. Don Draper becomes a partner and takes over for his friend Roger, but some of the ad men are sharpening their resumes nonetheless. Pete Campbell wants a promotion but Draper doesn't seem too interested. Pete sneaks into Don's office and takes home a parcel sent by Adam addressed to Don that the mail room boy comes to deliver. Written by
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Another tricky problem for the make-up artists in this episode was trying to make John Slattery
look sickly. Slattery has naturally good skin but the scenes required for Roger Sterling to look ill following his heart attack. See more
When the salesman and Betty are on the stairs and he is leaving, he puts his pen in his shirt pocket but when he turns around he has it in his right hand. See more
Look, I want to tell you something because you're very dear to me. And I hope you understand that it comes from the bottom of my damaged, damaged heart. You are the finest piece of ass I ever had and I don't care who knows it. I am so glad I got to roam those hillsides.
Features Wagon Train
Fly Me To The Moon
Written by Bart Howard
Performed by Julie London
Played during closing credits See more