There is much going on at SCDP, both professional and personal. Don, Pete and Stan are the only people who are supposed to know about "Project K" (which is a presentation for Heinz Ketchup), as they had a clandestine meeting with Tim Jablonski behind Raymond Geiger's back. If they don't get the account no one is supposed to be the wiser. This three-man team gets a few surprises with regard to this work. Dawn is feeling vulnerable as the token black person on staff. Joan, whose resolve is strengthened by a visit by her old friend Kate, exerts her power at the office as she feels she is still treated as a glorified secretary despite being a full partner. And Harry helps Ken with a personal problem which he thinks will boost his career. These issues, in combination, result in a professional standoff between Harry and Joan. Meanwhile Megan's work is being noticed on the set of "To Have and to Hold" as she is given her first ever love scene, which she feels she needs to clear with Don. ...
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References Bonnie and Clyde
Bonnie and Clyde
Written by Serge Gainsbourg
Performed by Brigitte Bardot
and Serge Gainsbourg
Courtesy of Philips Records See more