No one at Sterling Cooper knows where Don is. Since he abandoned Pete in Los Angeles, he has been missing. In fact, he is still in California visiting with his old friend, Anna Draper, the widow of the real Don Draper. The two came to an understanding years earlier where Don has been her financier and confidante. Don is contemplating remaining in California for good, resuming a life now known as Dick Whitman. Back in New York, the partners, including Bertram's sister Alice and without Don, are reviewing the merger with Putnam, Powell & Lowe and make their decision in Don's absence. Things are not going well personally or by association professionally for Pete. He and Trudy are still arguing over the possibility of adopting. Because of the magnitude of their argument, Trudy tells her father Tom of the issue, he who gives Pete an ultimatum: make Trudy happy by giving her what she wants, or he'll pull the Clearasil account from Sterling Cooper. Pete is decisive in his decision. Peggy's ... Written by
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Peggy's Popsicle design campaign is an allusion to many Catholic images of the Virgin Mary, complete with the orange circle of the Popsicle logo serving as a halo for the mother. It follows up on Peggy's earlier comment in the episode that the Catholic Church knows how to sell things. See more
Joan places the bouquet of roses on her desk pointing towards Don's office and then enters it. When she exists the office, the roses are pointing away from Don's office. See more
[incredulous that Peggy got her own office
How the hell did you swing this ?
I'm sleeping with Don. It's really working out.
Cup of Loneliness
Written by George Jones
and Burl Stephens
Performed by George Jones See more