At the Draper house, Gene is indulging his grandchildren against Don and Betty's wishes. Gene wants to discuss his death arrangements with Betty, which distresses her. And Gene's presence in general is making Don think about his own parents. But these issues with Gene and the Drapers take a major turn. Meanwhile, Peggy decides to move from Brooklyn to Manhattan, being able to do so only if she finds a roommate. She dreads telling her mother about this decision. Her roommate ad in the paper is the brunt of jokes within the office. Joan is an unexpected source of support for Peggy. With work, Pete brings in a new account, that from his college chum, Horace Cook, Jr. - HoHo to his friends. He wants to promote the sport of jai alai, and is willing to pay a large sum for its promotion. Don knows that Horace Cook, Sr. is a close friend of Bertram's and wants to make sure that Cook Sr. is aware of what his son is doing with the family money. With the Patio Cola account, Sal is a last minute ...
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Action takes place on June 11th, 1963, the day a Buddhist monk (Thích Quang Ducset) set himself on fire in Saigon in a ritual suicide to protest government anti-Buddhist policies, and over the two days prior. See more
The ad for "free kittens" on the bulletin board when Peggy posts her roommate notice shows the phone number to call about the kittens is (212) KL5-0138. However, there is no need to show the area code since New York City only had 212 until 1984. Unless there are callers from out of state (or from Upstate New York), the area code wouldn't be needed as 212 would be the implied default. See more
Don, George Caan dropped out of Patio to direct a picture in L.A.
I look forward to his average work. Replace him.
Referenced in Talking Dead: The Code
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