Two women from Roger's past reenter his life. The first is Annabelle Mathis, a former lover from twenty years earlier. Her business, Caldicott Farms, specializes in horse meat for dog food. She is looking to advertising firms to help save her business, the industry which has received bad publicity because of the movie The Misfits (1961). Annabelle may not be able to separate her professional and personal relationship with Roger. The second is Joan, who calls him to help her look for a well paying job in light of Greg's professional situation. Joan knows that she can't get her old job back, but wants something more lucrative than being just a secretary or a sales clerk. At home, Joan is feeling frustrated with Greg's lack of focus on what he will do with his professional life. Ultimately, Greg makes an extreme decision. At the Draper household, the kids are looking forward to Halloween, while their parents have more pressing matters. Betty takes the children back to Philadelphia so ... Written by
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Bert: The Misfits, the movie, Clark Gable, it was about horses being turned into dog food. The Misfits was a movie that came out in 1961 which was the last movie for both of the leading stars, Clark Gable and Marilyn Monroe. It tells the story of an aging ex-cowboy prone to gambling and surviving on mustang rustling. He sells the horses to slaughterhouses for the manufacture of dog food. See more
In the scene where Betty is in Don's study as she slumps into his chair you can see some of the book titles on the shelf behind her. One of the books is a book club edition collection of the first three books in "The Corps" series by W.E.B. Griffin. The first book in the series wasn't published until 1986, 23 years after this episode takes place. See more
Well I'll tell you what I'm telling the avenue: Best idea gets my business.
How long do we have?
I'm in town until Friday, but only the big firms are rushing.
Well I'm not going to sit here and brag about how big I am.
References The Misfits
Where Is Love?
Written by Lionel Bart
Performed by Alberta Hunter
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