Several members of the creative team - including Smitty, Peggy Olson and Paul Crane - are at work on a Saturday trying to come up with new slogans for their Baccardi campaign. It's rough going however and fresh ideas are rare. Paul contacts an old university friend and they smoke marijuana in his office. Once again Peggy surprises all of them and shows that she is as adventurous as they are. The rest of the staff are at Roger Sterling's lavish party. While the surroundings are sumptuous, a few of the guests are uncomfortable with Roger's singing performance. Betty Draper has an interesting encounter while Jane Sterling gets pie-eyed. Joan Holloway hosts a dinner party for husband Greg's boss and a colleague. She reveals her own hidden musical talents. Betty's father claims that someone stole $5 from his money clip, but no one takes him too seriously. Written by
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My Old Kentucky Home is the state song of Kentucky, published by Stephen Foster in 1853. See more
The chrome Ludwig drum set on stage at the party is from the 1970's. The chrome hardware that holds the cymbals/hi-hat are Ludwig Hercules models and were manufactured between 1978-1984. Both the K cymbal and the stand holding it are post 1980. See more
"This is the way the world ends, this is the way the world ends, this is the way the world ends - not with a bang, but a whimper."
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References A Midsummer Night's Dream