It's Valentine's Day 1962, approximately 15 months since we last saw these cast of characters. On personal fronts, Don and Betty seem to have settled into an agreement of sorts that Don will try to be a better husband and father. Although Don makes a romantic gesture for Valentine's - dinner and a hotel stay at the Savoy Hotel - both Betty and Don realize there are still unspoken problems in their marriage. Joan and Roger have cooled off their romance, with Joan now actively dating. Pete and Trudy have worked out their early problems to now have what seems to be a supportive marriage, although the one stress in their lives is that they have not yet conceived a baby. And after an undisclosed leave of absence, Peggy has returned to her copy writers job at Sterling Cooper. There is much speculation among the men at the office as to Peggy's obvious weight loss, some speculating - correctly - that she had a baby, but wrong in that it is Don's (what else could explain Peggy's meteoric rise ... Written by
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This episode takes place in February 1962. See more
Peggy Olson attends a Catholic Church, and her mother asks her to light a candle for her father, a Catholic tradition. The surname Olson is Norwegian, and Norwegians are overwhelmingly Protestant (Lutheran). However, we do not know Peggy's mother's background. She could be Catholic and her father may have converted as is de rigeur when marrying into a Catholic family. See more
Says who? Just so you know, the people who talk that way think that monkeys can do this. They take all this monkey crap and just stick it in a briefcase completely unaware that their success depends on something more than their shoeshine. YOU are the product. You- FEELING something. That's what sells. Not them. Not sex. They can't do what we do, and they hate us for it.
References BUtterfield 8
Song of the Indian Guest
Written by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov
Performed by Tommy Dorsey See more