Don has been loitering outside the Rosens' apartment. Sylvia sees the signs that he has been doing so and implores him to stop although Don is desperate to continue the liaison with her. At the office, Ken has been taking the brunt of the issues with the Chevy account, and it is he who relays to the partners that GM has provided a three year timeline with key deadlines, the next to take place the upcoming Monday in 72 hours. It's bad timing especially for the former CGC partners and staff as Frank Gleason has just passed away, meaning that some have to make a presence at the funeral, while others have to work the weekend for that next presentation to GM. To deal with a work related injury that Ken suffered, as well as provide those working the weekend with a boost, Jim calls in his personal physician who provides a vitamin and energy shot to most of the creative staff and partners to get them through the weekend to battle the probable exhaustion that would occur otherwise. The ...
Did You Know?
Stan tells Peggy that his cousin, Robbie, has been killed in action in Vietnam. This is the same cousin who came with Stan to Don's 40th birthday surprise party. See more
When Don walks in his office to find Wendy sitting cross-legged on his couch, her skirt is pulled up, showing both legs, and the stethoscope she is wearing can be seen dangling against her left leg. In the next shot of her, the skirt is pulled down, and the stethoscope is not visible. In the final shot before she gets off the couch, the skirt is back up and you can see the stethoscope dangling again. See more
What I don't understand is, is it "Dad, I want this car" or "Son, I bought you this car"?
In what family is it "Son, I bought you this car"?
Good night, all!
That guy's family.
Dream A Little Dream Of Me
Written by Fabian Andre
, Wilbur Schwandt
and Gus Kahn
Performed by Ozzie Nelson and Orchestra See more