Mad Men: Season 2, Episode 4

Three Sundays (17 Aug. 2008)

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A last minute pitch meeting has Sterling Cooper staffers working double time in preparation. Peggy's family hosts lunch for their church's new priest, and Don and Betty have a family weekend together. Also, Roger Sterling is smitten with a "date" that Pete and Ken provide to a client for a business lunch. Written by Anonymous

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The book Betty is reading near the beginning is a compilation of Fitzgerald short stories including "A Diamond as Big as the Ritz" which was referenced in the previous episode. See more »

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The closing music, J. S. Bach's setting of the Lutheran Chorale tune, "Wachet Auf" wouldn't be used on Easter Sunday. The text and tune of the Lutheran Chorale are traditionally used in the Advent season prior to Christmas rather than at Easter, with its references to the second coming of Christ. Whether a Roman Catholic church in the early 60's before Vatican II would have used music based on a Lutheran Chorale (hymn) is another question. See more »

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Betty Draper: You take no responsibility for anything that goes on in this house.
Don Draper: I pay the bills, put clothes on your back, your damn stables.
Betty Draper: Don't you dare. I'm here all day. Alone with them, outnumbered.
Don Draper: What about Carla? Doesn't she count?
Betty Draper: It's not her job to raise our children! I'm here, and then you come home and get to be the hero.
Don Draper: You want me to bring home what I got at the office today? I'll put you through that window.
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References Candid Camera (1960) See more »

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8 September 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is an excellent episode, one of the finest of the season. We are taken back to remembering Peggy's actions in the first season and we are taken with the question as to what happened as the consequence of Peggy and Pete's actions. Elisabeth Moss is at her best here, one of her shining moments, and it is a shame that she did not win her much deserved Emmy award. We are also faced with quite a number of dilemmas for both Peggy and her family. I think this episode takes us a bit from the advertising world and into one of the characters' lives deeply, which is not a problem at all because the show knows how to handle it's separate story lines. Let's see of what else will come for Peggy...


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