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A Little Kiss, Part 2 

Megan is hurt by Don's negative response to the surprise party, Lane finds a missing wallet in a cab, Joan makes an unexpected visit to the office, and Pete makes a play for a bigger office.

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Joan feels that she may be seen as dispensable from Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce when her mother shows her an item in the newspaper, which in reality is solely SCDP's dig at a rival ad agency. Joan decides to make an unexpected visit to the office with Kevin in tow to find out first hand if she indeed has a future at SCDP. That item in the newspaper has another unintended consequence for the company. Another item all the talk at SCDP is Megan's birthday gift to Don, some of that talk which gets a little out of hand. That talk becomes a problem for Don and Megan in managing both a professional and personal relationship. What is foremost on Pete's mind is gaining more control at the company, which includes a larger office to show clients that he does wield authority at SCDP. He also figures out how Roger has been finding out about his meetings with clients and how he can get Roger to stop doing so. And Lane finds a wallet in a taxicab. Despite the fact that there is a lot of money in ... Written by Huggo

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This episode takes place in May 1966. See more »

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Don complains about his 40th birthday celebrations stating "I've been 40 for six months" implying that Dick Whitman is 6 months older than the real Don Draper. This isn't the case however as the two men were clearly very different in age and Lt. Draper is supposed to have been born in 1911 putting him approximately 15 years older than Dick. See more »

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Roger Sterling: Is it just me or is the lobby full of negros?
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Featured in The 64th Primetime Emmy Awards (2012) See more »

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You Don't Have to Say You Love Me
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Music by Pino Donaggio & Vito Pallavicini
English lyrics by Simon Napier-Bell & Vicki Wickham
Performed by Dusty Springfield
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Mad About You-Mad Men ****
26 March 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Excellent episode.

It appears that women at the advertising are mainly sexual objects will be exploited at every turn.

Notice that the agency consists of guys who are good looking since that in itself will cause the customer to buy. Everyone is quite articulate, sly, cunning, you name it.

Don Draper seems to be the most perfect guy. He can't take to turning age 40 and denounces his new wife for throwing a surprise birthday part for him.

Even the senior partner of the firm, our British gentleman, seems bored with life and is ready to take up with the girl whose wallet he has found. It was funny when her boyfriend showed up and counted the money. Whether it's the 1960s or today, people still have that basic mistrust in them of others. It's a dog eat dog world and the advertising business best exemplifies this.


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