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Don blows off the convention in Los Angeles when he meets a beautiful, exotic woman. Back at Sterling Cooper, a member of the creative staff comes out of the closet, and Duck falls off the wagon and initiates his power play.

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Don Draper
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Peggy Olson
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Pete Campbell
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Betty Draper
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Joan Holloway
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Salvatore Romano
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Paul Kinsey (creditOnly)
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Ken Cosgrove
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Harry Crane
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Roger Sterling
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Bertram Cooper
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Duck Phillips
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Joy
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Willy
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Rocci di Persia
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Klaus
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Jane Siegel
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Saint John Powell
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George Rothman
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Christian
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Stu Rogison
Emilio Roso ...
Carlos
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Greta
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Smitty Smith
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Kurt Smith
Brandon Hayes ...
Alec Martin
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Alexia Aleman ...
Bikini Babe (uncredited)
Lolly Allen ...
Betty Doppelganger (uncredited)
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Secretary (uncredited)
Eve Curtis ...
Secretary (uncredited)
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Secretary (uncredited)
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Secretary (uncredited)
Jennifer McGraw ...
Secretary (uncredited)
Kelly O'Leary ...
Stephanie (uncredited)
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Convention Guy (uncredited)

Directed by

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Phil Abraham

Written by

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Matthew Weiner ... (creator) (creator)
 
Matthew Weiner ... (written by)
 
Robin Veith ... (staff writer)

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Lisa Albert ... supervising producer
Scott Hornbacher ... co-executive producer
David Isaacs ... consulting producer
André Jacquemetton ... supervising producer (as Andre Jacquemetton)
Maria Jacquemetton ... supervising producer
Blake McCormick ... producer
Marti Noxon ... consulting producer
Marcy Patterson ... associate producer
Dwayne L. Shattuck ... co-producer (as Dwayne Shattuck)
Matthew Weiner ... executive producer

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David Carbonara

Cinematography by

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Chris Manley ... (as Christopher Manley)

Film Editing by

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Christopher Nelson

Editorial Department

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Darcie Cebula ... post-production coordinator
Christopher Gay ... assistant editor
Mace Johnson ... colorist
Scott Little ... post-production assistant
Christopher Oakes ... assistant editor
Jay Steinberg ... on-line editor
Tim Vincent ... final colorist
Daniel Yang ... dailies color assist

Casting By

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Carrie Audino
Laura Schiff

Production Design by

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Dan Bishop

Art Direction by

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Christopher Brown

Costume Design by

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Janie Bryant ... (as Katherine Jane Bryant)

Makeup Department

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Denise Dellavalle ... key makeup artist
Laura Hill ... makeup artist
Ron Pipes ... key makeup artist
Katherine Rees ... key hair stylist
Debra Schrey ... makeup artist
Corinna Woodcock ... makeup artist (as Corinna Liebel)
Debbie Zoller ... makeup department head

Production Management

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Dwayne L. Shattuck ... unit production manager (as Dwayne Shattuck)
Nathaniel Smith ... post-production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Xochi Blymyer ... second assistant director
Adam Ben Frank ... second assistant director
Nina Jack ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Steve Burnes ... propmaker
Sean Lyons ... lead scenic
Gay Perello ... property master
Jill Rolie-December ... buyer (as Jill Rolie)
Adam Rowe ... art assistant
Keith Sale ... leadman
Shanna Starzyk ... assistant art director
Jenna Sylvester ... buyer
Isabelle Trichard ... art department coordinator
Florencia Martin ... art department assistant (uncredited)
Lisa Mayor ... property production assistant (uncredited)
Ben Page ... propmaker (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Julie Altus ... adr editor
David Barbee ... sound effects editor
Peter Bentley ... sound mixer
David Holmes ... second boom operator
John Matter ... assistant sound editor
Carey Milbradt ... foley mixer
Magic A. Moreno ... digital transfer engineer: Todd Hollywood
Monique Reymond ... foley artist
Christopher Sposa ... boom operator (as Chris Sposa)
Ayako Yamauchi ... dubbing: Audio Engineer

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Thomas L. Bellissimo ... special effects supervisor
James Ochoa ... special effects technician
Shannon J. Thompson ... special effects foreman

Visual Effects by

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Doug Spilatro ... visual effects
Michael S. Pryor ... visual effects producer: Laser Pacific (uncredited)
Jason Wilson ... visual effects artist (uncredited)

Stunts

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Peewee Piemonte ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Michael Ambrose ... gaffer
Michael D. Anderson ... electrician
Craig Cooper ... best boy grip
Andrae Crawford ... second assistant camera
Thomas DeRose ... rigging gaffer (as Tom Derose)
Louie Escobar ... grip
Lisa Guerriero ... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Denis Moran ... camera operator
Pat O'Mara ... key grip
Jaim O'Neil ... lighting technician
David Parker ... rigging grip
Kelly Simpson ... assistant camera (2008)
Penny Sprague ... first assistant camera: "a" camera

Animation Department

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Jeremy Cox ... animator: opening titles (uncredited)
Michele Watkins ... coordinator: opening titles (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Christina Mullin ... casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Heather Carleton ... set costumer
Tiger Curran ... wardrobe intern
J.R. Hawbaker ... costumer
Jennifer Ireland ... set costumer
Antonina Lerch ... costume cutter/fitter (as Antonina Grib)
Tiffany White Stanton ... costumer (as Tiffany White)

Location Management

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R. Scott Poole ... location manager
Danny Wilson ... assistant location manager / location scout (uncredited)
Bernadette Wilson ... location aide (uncredited)

Music Department

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Jay Faires ... music executive
Jeanne Fay ... music clearance
James T. Hill ... music scoring mixer
Tim Perrine ... orchestrator
Kasey Truman ... music coordinator
Brittany Whyte ... music coordinator
Russell Scott Ziecker ... music executive

Script and Continuity Department

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Brett Johnson ... script coordinator
Suzanne C. Swindle ... script supervisor (additional script supervisor)

Transportation Department

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Duke Foster ... transportation coordinator
Brenda Ryan ... driver
Moore Brian ... transportation co-captain (uncredited)

Other crew

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Erik J. Carpenter ... set production assistant
Ladonna Conard ... production accountant
Jeremy Cox ... designer: opening titles
Steve Fuller ... title designer
Mark Gardner ... title designer
Kater Gordon ... writing assistant
John Hampian ... assistant production coordinator
Steven J. Kung ... assistant: producer (as Steven Kung)
Deborah Ricketts ... archive researcher
Christine Sanders ... first assistant accountant
Carson Stroup ... accounting clerk
Ben Waesche ... production coordinator
Ric Wolfe ... stage manager: studio segments
Cara McKenney ... main title producer (uncredited)
Bernadette Valer ... assistant accountant (uncredited)
Christina Wayne ... network executive (uncredited)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

After leaving Mona, Roger asks Jane Siegel to marry him, an offer which she accepts. The divorce looks to be a messy proceeding. At the office, Duck wants to make partner, but Roger, being candid, tells him that his performance to date doesn't warrant such a move. Duck decides he has either to be more aggressive in looking for a better job elsewhere or in finding additional business for Sterling Cooper to warrant the partnership. Still at the office, the creative team is talking about the difficult time Paul seems to be having in Mississippi from what they see on the news, the good time that Don and Pete are probably having in Los Angeles, the Right Guard campaign and Bob Dylan. With the latter, Kurt asks Peggy to Dylan's concert after she expresses interest in his music. Peggy sees this as a date, whereas Kurt sees it purely as friends going out as he assumed she and everyone in the office knew he was gay. This news brings out everyone's deep feelings about homosexuality and pushes Salvatore deeper into the closet. However, Kurt helps Peggy in other ways. In Los Angeles, Don pushes Pete into working harder than he expected - Pete expected a lot of time sitting by the pool and swimming - but Don himself abandons Pete and work when he meets Joy and her band of "beautiful people" who seem to have a lot of money but don't work for it. Don's time with Joy and her friends makes him think about making a connection to his past life. Written by Huggo

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Did You Know?

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Trivia When Don is in California and he sees a blonde woman at the bar, most likely due to heat exhaustion, he imagines that woman is Betty. In a couple of shots the blonde is January Jones. This is her only appearance in the episode. See more »
Goofs This series is set in 1962. The Mercedes Benz sports (body W113) that Don gets into with Joy wasn't released until mid 1963. See more »
Movie Connections References Breathless (1960). See more »
Soundtracks What'll I Do? See more »
Quotes Don Draper: [has woken up in bed with Joy who is reading a book by Faulkner] Is it good ?
Joy: Sex is good. This book is just okay.
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