[a couple of Japanese businessmen have just been introduced to the physically well-endowed Joan]
Hachi Saito: [in Japanese] How does she not fall over?
Joan Harris: Not very subtle, are they?
Akira Takahashi: No, they are not.
Don Draper: Chaough said he's in my rear-view mirror. Well, guess what? I'm gonna make a left turn - right off a cliff.
Miss Blankenship: You said not to buzz you all the time, but I don't know how else to do this - you have a phone call.
Don Draper: You can buzz me for a phone call. Things like coffee after I've said no, you don't have to ask again.
Miss Blankenship: You're always asleep in here.
Don Draper: [Reading aloud from a piece of paper] "The man is shamed by being openly ridiculed and rejected; it requires an audience."
Pete Campbell: What is that, fortune cookie?
Don Draper: It's from that book you were all supposed to read.
Pete Campbell: Oh.
Pete Campbell: Now, if you don't mind, I have to get some gifts wrapped and get these chrysanthemums out of the building. Apparently, they symbolize death.
Joey Baird: Have you seen these?
Joey Baird: I'm trying to figure out what makes it work.
Don Draper: I'm still wondering makes you work.