Duck is facing pressures both at home and at work. On a Memorial Day holiday visit from his children, he learns that his ex-wife is planning on remarrying. At the office, he is still smarting from the loss of the American Airlines account, from which much tension still exists between himself and Don. Roger orders a truce between the two, who comply. More work stress is added on Duck's plate when one of Sterling Cooper's largest clients, Playtex, who has been happy with their advertising thus far, have of late aspired to the edgier advertising of their competitor, Maidenform. Ultimately, the stress for Duck becomes too much, Duck's dog Chauncy taking the initial hit. With the Playtex account, Peggy has been shut out by "the boys" in providing any meaningful input and even asks for advice from Joan on how to infiltrate the boys' network. But working on the account for Clearasil, the client of who is Pete's father-in-law, Peggy does develop a new concept that plays well at least ... Written by
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When Don calls Bobbie at her hotel, she tells him that Jimmy will be spending the next ten days performing at The Beverly Hills Supper Club. The Southgate, Kentucky club really did exist and in fact was the scene of one of the worst fire-related tragedies in American history. When it burned on May 28, 1977, 165 guests were killed and more than 200 were injured. See more
When Campbell is getting the steaks from the grill, the charcoal is black. Coals ready for cooking are gray, not black. See more
[Don's secretary is completely sunburned after a day at the beach
Has your wife seen that yet? Do me a favor. Let me be there when it happens.
Written by David Carbonara
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