Lane is trying to break ties with his homeland. That doesn't stop Rebecca from making friends for her and Lane with the Bakers, compatriots from England. Lane does however feel that he can take advantage of this friendship with Edwin Baker by bringing his company's business, Jaguar, into SCDP, as Jaguar is trying to enter the US market. Despite being the sole Brit in the office and thus the logical choice in his own mind to deal with a fellow Brit, Lane has no experience in account management. The process of Lane learning how to become an account manager and him being the reason SCDP gets Jaguar's almost seemingly surefire account makes Lane evaluate his professional life. Meanwhile, Pete is feeling restless in his marriage, one result from which is eying a high school senior in his driver's education class. Life at work is different as he feels he is gaining more power in the office. A small measure of that office power is being able to convince a reluctant Don and Megan to attend a ...
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At the dinner party, Cynthia incorrectly refers to Charles Whitman as "Whitmore." Don corrects her, simply saying "Whitman," which is, of course, his (secretive) birth-name. See more
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You're a grimy little pimp. As soon as I raise my hands, I warn you, it shall be too late to run.
Fine. You want to take your teeth out? Or do you want me to knock them out?
I know cooler heads should prevail, but am I the only one who wants to see this?
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Symphony #9, 2nd Movement - Scherzo: Molto Vivace
Written by Ludwig van Beethoven See more