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"Mad Men" The Other Woman (2012)

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Mad Men: Season 5: Episode 11 -- Don's challenged by a pitch, Peggy contemplates a trip, and Joan entertains an idea.


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TV Series:
Original Air Date:
27 May 2012 (Season 5, Episode 11)
Peter asks Joan to make an unspeakable sacrifice to help secure the Jaguar account, Peggy prepares to make a drastic move in response to Don's treatment, and Megan's acting career begins to create tension with her and Don. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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 (Episode Cast) (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Phil Abraham 
Writing credits
Matthew Weiner (created by)

Semi Chellas (written by) and
Matthew Weiner (written by)

Produced by
Lisa Albert .... consulting producer
Semi Chellas .... co-producer
Jon Hamm .... producer
Scott Hornbacher .... executive producer
Nina Jack .... co-producer
André Jacquemetton .... executive producer (as Andre Jacquemetton)
Maria Jacquemetton .... executive producer
Janet Leahy .... consulting producer
Bob Levenson .... co-producer
Victor Levin .... co-executive producer
Erin Levy .... co-producer
Blake McCormick .... producer
Marcy Patterson .... co-producer
Frank Pierson .... consulting producer
Michael Saltzman .... consulting producer
Nathaniel Smith .... associate producer
Matthew Weiner .... executive producer
Josh Weltman .... co-producer
Original Music by
David Carbonara 
Cinematography by
Don Devine 
Film Editing by
Tom Wilson 
Casting by
Carrie Audino 
Laura Schiff 
Production Design by
Dan Bishop 
Art Direction by
Christopher Brown  (as Christopher L. Brown)
Set Decoration by
Claudette Didul 
Costume Design by
Janie Bryant 
Makeup Department
Lana Grossman .... makeup department head (as Lana Horochowski)
Lucia Mace .... key hair stylist
Ken Niederbaumer .... makeup artist
Ron Pipes .... key makeup artist (as Ron 'Ronnie' Pipes)
Theraesa Rivers .... hair department head
Arturo Rojas .... hair stylist
Production Management
Karen Ruth Getchell .... production supervisor
Scott Hornbacher .... unit production manager
Leslie Jacobowitz .... post production executive (uncredited)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Erik J. Carpenter .... second second assistant director
Hillary Cohen .... dga trainee
Adam Ben Frank .... first assistant director
Jessica Lowrey .... second assistant director
Art Department
James Bolenbaugh .... art department production assistant
Camille M. Bratkowski .... lead set designer (as Camille Bratkowski)
Sean Clark .... assistant props
Alec Contestabile .... set decoration production assistant
Rhonda DeMarc-Elliott .... set decoration buyer
Eric Dennis .... assistant property master
Mindy Frank .... buyer
Ellen Freund .... property master
Greggonio Galicia .... tool man
Corey Gomez .... set dresser
Kama Hayes .... art department coordinator
Bart C. Hubenthal .... on-set dresser (as Bart Hubenthal)
Sean Lyons .... paint foreman
Jefferson Murff .... leadman
Lars Petersen .... construction coordinator
Hugh Pritchard .... set dresser
Charles Randolph .... set dresser
Evan Regester .... graphic designer
Rosendo L. Rivas III .... labor foreman (as Rosendo Rivas)
Jonathan Robertson .... lead carpenter
David Saltzman .... assistant property master
Erik Soderstrom .... set dresser
Shanna Starzyk .... assistant art director
John L. Sullivan .... prop maker foreman (as John Sullivan)
Helga Tjia .... set decoration production assistant
Steven C. Voll .... general foreman (as Steven Voll)
John Youngblood .... assistant property master (as Johnny Youngblood)
Wendy Jerde .... scenic painter (uncredited)
Melissa McSorley .... prop food stylist (uncredited)
Craig Zumbroegel .... propmaker (uncredited)
Sound Department
Peter Bentley .... sound mixer
Edmond J. Coblentz Jr. .... sound effects editor (as Edmond J. Coblentz)
Jed M. Dodge .... dialogue editor
Cormac Funge .... supervising sound editor
Bud Raymond .... second boom operator
Christopher Sposa .... boom operator (as Chris Sposa)
Alec St. John .... sound re-recording mixer
Ken Teaney .... sound re-recording mixer
Christopher Landers .... additional sound re-recording mixer (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Thomas L. Bellissimo .... special effects supervisor (as T. 'Brooklyn' Bellissimo)
Shannon J. Thompson .... special effects technician (as Shannon Thompson)
Visual Effects by
Niki Hillier .... visual effects coordinator (uncredited)
Jason Wilson .... visual effects artist (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Michael Ambrose .... gaffer
Steve Brewer .... grip (as Steven Brewer)
Scott Browner .... camera operator: "a" camera
Jeff W. Curtis .... dolly grip: "b" camera (as Jeff Curtis)
Shawn Duchscherer .... electrician
Larry Edwards .... key rigging grip (as Larry D. Edwards Jr.)
Louie Escobar .... grip
Greg Etheredge .... electrician
Anna Ferrarie .... loader
Patrick Gomez .... grip
Lisa Guerriero .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Patrick Hoeschen .... electrician (as Pat Hoeschen)
Paul Howard .... rigging gaffer
Annika Iltis .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Ron P. Jaffe .... still photographer (as Ron Jaffe)
Juan Pablo Jara .... camera production assistant (as Pablo Jara)
Timothy James Kane .... first assistant camera: "b" camera (as Timothy Kane)
Eugene B. Kerry .... grip (as Eugene Kerry)
Jim Leidholdt .... dolly grip: "a" camera
Colin Mayo .... dimmer board operator
Rudy Melendez .... electrician
Pat O'Mara .... key grip
Greg Reyher .... best boy electric
David Sammons .... camera operator: "b" camera
Anthony Tellez .... best boy grip
Chris Toll .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Dustin Woods .... grip
Michael Yarish .... still photographer (as Mike Yarish)
Christopher Tamuty .... lighting technician (uncredited)
Animation Department
Jeremy Cox .... animator: opening titles (uncredited)
Casting Department
Beth Bowling .... original casting
Kendra Shay Clark .... casting associate
Mandy Glasser .... background casting: Central Casting
Taylor Kinzie .... background casting: Central Casting
Kim Miscia .... original casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Lori Angelo .... set costumer
Kalen Dawson .... set costumer
Le Dawson .... costume supervisor
Gilbert S. Hernandez .... set costumer (as Gilbert Hernandez)
Jennifer Ireland .... key costumer (as Jen Ireland)
Marilyn Madsen .... tailor
Phoenix Mellow .... costume production assistant
Tiffany White Stanton .... assistant costume designer (as Tiffany White)
Lorie Young .... set costumer (as Lorie Shew)
Jessica Dalager .... set costumer (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Howard Alexander .... post-production coordinator (as Howard J. Alexander)
Michelle Fellner .... assistant editor
Dennis Mackelburg .... colorist: dailies
Tim Vincent .... final colorist
Jenny Lynn Wood .... post-production production assistant
Paul Amadeus Kim .... non-linear digital assistant (uncredited)
Location Management
Kevin Danchisko .... key assistant location manager
Tristan Daoussis .... key assistant location manager
Gavin Glennon .... key assistant location manager
R. Scott Poole .... location manager (as Scott Poole)
Music Department
Jennifer Barak .... music editor (as Jenny Barak)
James T. Hill .... music scoring mixer
Matt Lilley .... music clearance
Alexandra Patsavas .... music supervisor
Geoff Stradling .... orchestrator (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Moore Brian .... transportation coordinator (as Brian Moore)
Robert aaron Brown .... driver (as Rob Brown)
Matt Dolan .... driver
Gary Ferraro .... driver
Spencer Foster Jr. .... transportation captain
Spencer Foster .... driver
Jay Galloway .... driver
Troy Gould .... transportation co-captain
Dick Huffine .... driver
David Joseph .... driver (as Dave Joseph)
Boris Tomov .... driver
Other crew
Heather Jeng Bladt .... assistant: Matthew Weiner
Linda Brettler .... advisor
Carissa Caryotakis .... office production assistant
Michael M. Chang .... assistant to producers
Marcelo Chow .... set production assistant
Lance Crabtree .... accounting clerk
Nicole DeStefano .... first assistant accountant
Coleman Gladis .... production secretary
John Hampian .... production coordinator
Kristin Johnsen .... payroll accountant
Brett Johnson .... story editor
Denise Karey .... script supervisor
Kathryn Allison Mann .... head of research
Robin E. Michels .... medic (as Robin Michels)
Lisa Owad .... assistant production office coordinator
Evan Price .... script coordinator
Amy Roy .... assistant to producers
Ahmed Saker .... medic
Brandon Schiffman .... set production assistant
Laura Sevier .... clearance
Spencer Taylor .... set production assistant
Chris Thrasher .... office production assistant
Alejandro Trujillo .... chef (as Alex Trujillo)
Timothy Tucker .... production accountant (as Tim Tucker)
Paul Volpe .... craft server
Michael Zakian .... second assistant accountant
Barbara Biddle .... broadcast producer (uncredited)
Jackie Medel .... production assistant (uncredited)
Lucas Paul .... production assistant (uncredited)
Rachel Weeda .... researcher (uncredited)
Russ Campbell .... special thanks: Old Focals
Crew believed to be complete

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Additional Details

48 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.78 : 1 See more »

Did You Know?

Although credited, January Jones (Betty Francis), Kiernan Shipka (Sally Draper) & Christopher Stanley (Henry Francis) do not appear in this episode.See more »
Anachronisms: While Harry, Peggy, and Ken are on the phone with Chevalier Blanc Cologne, you can see a close up of the speaker phone that they are using. The speaker has a logo of the Bell System that was not introduced until 1969. This episode takes place in January of 1967.See more »
Don Draper:We most get tired of hearing what a beautiful thing this car is. But I've met a lot of beautiful women in my life and despite their protestations, they never tire of hearing it. But when deep beauty is encountered, it arouses deep emotions because it creates a desire...See more »
Movie Connections:
References A Hard Day's Night (1964)See more »
You Really Got MeSee more »


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The prices we pay and the behavior we forgive..., 28 May 2012
Author: tbmforclasstsar from United States

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

"What price would we pay? What behavior would we forgive?"

This line still rings through my head as I try to piece together the massive changes that have occurred in the last hour of showtime in Mad Men. As I have been saying for weeks in these reviews, something is building up here and the end of the season is going to be extremely exciting. Well, if you think Mad Men is still slow after watching this episode, you may need to get your head checked.

This quote that Don Draper uses in the pitch for Jaguar is not just fitting for Jaguar, or even just for this episode, or season. This is Mad Men. It is a character study of a series of hard working individuals in the advertising industry that have a moral compass stuck spinning in the Bermuda Triangle.

"What price would we pay?" Well, let's ask Don if he is happy with paying the price of his cheating and being forced to see his kids every other weekend. "What behavior would we forgive?" Ask several of the men in this office (Don, Roger, Pete, Lane) and see how they have forgiven themselves for cheating on the women in their lives, treating co-workers as scum, and doing whatever it takes to reach the top of the ad world.

But this can't just end with the men. Sure, this is Mad Men, but this episode and this entire season has shown us the impact of women on this world, both directly and indirectly. And last night was no different.

"Let's stop playing games…your love affair with Manhattan is over," Trudy tells Pete. But Trudy has no idea what she is stating. Sure Pete looks like a great father and family man when he reads Goodnight Moon to their child, but Trudy hasn't seen what Pete does outside of the house. He cheats on Trudy with another man's wife, continues to pursue her, sleeps with a woman at a brothel, flirts with a high school girl at a driver's ed class and tries to get her to go on a trip with him, publicly ostracizes Roger Sterling in front of all of SCDP, and then what he did last night (which we will go deeper into momentarily). Unfortunately Trudy, if upstate New York is where you want to raise you child because of the scum, noise, and danger in the city, the fact is your husband's love affair with Manhattan is not even close to ending. Anything but.

More evidence needed? Well take the dinner Pete and Ken take with one of the Jaguar executives, Herb. When he asks in about Joan and starts to imply that it would really help SCDP's chances to land Jaguar if he could spend a night with the redhead bombshell, Ken immediately throws the notion away by saying Joan is married, but Pete pushes the issue and says he will see what he can do. Before you know it, the slimiest Pete we have ever seen is sitting across Joan's desk discussing the proposition and saying what it could mean for the company. Joan says they could never afford it, but Pete is not done yet.

In a meeting with all the partners, Pete brings up the proposition to all of the senior partners. Don immediately says no and walks out of the room. Clearly, we see the relationship between Don and Joan is extremely strong and their night out in the previous episode meant a lot to Don. But the meeting doesn't end. The other three senior partners are not willing to openly like the idea, but they don't turn it away. Slowly, Pete gets them to agree with him and tells Lane to look into getting some money together to offer Joan. You can hear future Don Draper during this scene again: "What price would we pay?"

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