To show that he has "arrived," Don buys a new car. Pete, Harry and Ken come up with a plan to attract new business, and Don's secretary makes a serious error, which could mean trouble for Joan. Cooper gets a new piece of office art that attracts the interest of the Sterling Cooper staff. Written by
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The episode won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Hairstyling for a Single Camera Series. See more
In the Cadillac showroom, the salesman refers to the blue car as a Coupe de Ville, which it is not. A Coupe de Ville would have "Coupe de Ville" scripts on the rear quarter panels. This if further confirmed in the park scene showing the instrument panel and the open door. The door panel proves it to be a "Sixty-Two" model (not to be confused with the year). Cadillac Sixty-Twos were the least expensive Cadillacs offered. See more
You know what I like about you? Nothing! But it's okay. You got me everything I wanted. What did you get? Bobbie? Lots of people have had that.
Please. I laugh at you. I go home at night and I laugh at you.
I don't know what you think happened.
You. You wanna step out, fine. Go to a whore. You don't screw another man's wife. You're garbage. And you know it.
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Break It To Me Gently
Written by Brenda Lee
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