It's December 1967 and Don is in Hawaii with Meagan on a working holiday. They're staying at the Royal Hawaiian hotel, a client, so that Don can get an idea of what it's like for their new ad campaign. He has an interesting encounter with an army private currently serving in Vietnam but on leave to get married. He has a proposition for Don. They return home to finds their doorman, who had a serious heart attack standing in front of them, on the job. Megan is concerned that her employers may be diminishing her TV role. At the office, the firm has expanded to include the floor above but Don is not too happy to find that his office furniture has been rearranged. Roger Sterling learns that his mother has died. Betty takes a motherly interest in Sally's friend Sandy who lives next door and whose mother died recently. Sandy has an adventurous streak that Betty perhaps wishes she had at her age. At her new employer, Peggy Olson faces something of a crisis when recent news may force her to ...
Did You Know?
This episode takes place in December 1967. See more
Peggy's advertising firm talks about problems with a "Super Bowl" advertisement. This would have been broadcast during the 1968 game. But the game wasn't called the Super Bowl until the 3rd game, in January 1969. See more
[reading from Dante's Inferno
I went astray from the straight road and woke to find myself alone, in a dark wood.
References From Here to Eternity
The Nutcracker-Suite, Op.71a: Marsch From The Ballet
Composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
(as Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky) See more