SCDP's fortune's are on the upswing and Don is buoyed by that fact. Harry is getting him tickets to a Beatles concert, to which he is taking an excited Sally. And SCDP are in final negotiations with North American Aviation, whose marketing budget has been substantially increased. However, the contract with North America Aviation has some unforeseen consequences, the results which unnerve Betty, concern Pete who does whatever he can to handle the situation within his means albeit with some reservations, but most importantly threaten Don's entire future. As Don prepares for his family's security if he is taken down, the reality of the situation begins truly to sink in. With others in the office, Lane receives an unexpected visit from his father. The purpose of the visit is to bring Lane home to deal with his marital issues. But Lane has a particular reason for wanting to stay permanently in New York, which he has to decide whether to tell his father. And Roger and Joan's sexual ... Written by
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(at around 36 mins) When Roger is going through his business contacts and on the phone with "Louise", he says that he was calling to talk to her husband "Larry". This is an obvious reference to the characters Larry Tate and Louise Tate from "Bewitched" where Larry Tate was also an advertising account agency manager. See more
The Beatles tickets are not adjacent seats. They were marked 3 and 5. See more
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Megan did. And I signed it without looking because that's what I do.
References The Beverly Hillbillies
Do You Want To Know A Secret
Written by John Lennon
and Paul McCartney
Performed by Santo & Johnny
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