The 40th anniversary party for Sterling Cooper is approaching, but not many seem to be excited about it. Bertram, who does not feel the need to reminisce, is not planning to attend. And Roger doesn't want to see more praise stowed upon Don, which is supposed to happen at the party. But the Brits at head office want the party to be a success, if only to carry out their clandestine plan. With others in the office, Paul is feeling threatened by Peggy, who he sees as Don's favorite. Paul however comes up with what he believes is a brilliant idea for a campaign, if only he can remember what that idea is. And Lane is feeling pressured by his wife Rebecca, who hates living in New York. At the Draper household, Betty is keeping her distance from Henry Francis, but Don is continuing his affair with Suzanne Farrell. Being the private person that he is, he wants no one to know about it, even Suzanne's epileptic brother Danny, who she wants Don to know. But Betty stumbles across something Don ... Written by
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The Group by Mary McCarthy is the book that Betty is reading in the bathtub. The book was released in 1963. See more
When Betty Draper discovers divorce papers from the original Don Draper's wife, a collection of books by WEB Griffin's 'The Corps' series is displayed on Don's library bookshelf. These books were first published in the 1980s. See more
You like it here! The smells and the noise and the criminals at every level.
I have made the best of this. My salary is good. The company is flourishing. My wife has a beautiful gown. May I see it?
[shakes her head
It's not London. It's not even England.
That's true. I've been here ten months and no-one's ever asked me where I went to school.