Karen Ericson: Everyone on the first floor loved your humourous ad. You seem like someone I could really be friends with, not like the last girl.
Peggy Olson: [awkwardly] Well, I'm fun! And I love to have... fun.
Karen Ericson: She was always keeping her door shut, and I think you should only close your door for one reason.
Peggy Olson: What's that?
[Karen smiles and raises her eyebrows]
Peggy Olson: Oh!
Karen Ericson: I just don't get along with women like I do men, but she left to get married, so I must be some kind of good-luck charm. Do you have a steady?
Peggy Olson: No, I- I'm still playing the field.
Karen Ericson: There are so many interesting men out there. Except sailors. I have a couple of rules. One of them is I don't like sailors.
Peggy Olson: [confused] No sailors, I agree.
Karen Ericson: So Peggy Olson, I have to ask: are you Swedish? Because I am.
Peggy Olson: [apologetically] Norwegian.
Karen Ericson: Well, we won't tell my parents. I'll make appointments and come by at five. Or do you want your girl to do it?
Peggy Olson: I finish up around six.
Karen Ericson: Well, then tomorrow?
Peggy Olson: Most days. Can we look on Saturday? Oh, but not this Saturday, I...
Karen Ericson: You work on Saturday?
Peggy Olson: Not every Saturday. And Saturday nights, never. I'm out in the city... ready for fun...