The talk around the office is the business trip that Pete and Paul are going on to Los Angeles to a aeronautics convention in the hopes of gaining contracts from the emerging aerospace industry. For Paul, this trip is a good excuse not to accompany Sheila to Mississippi where she hoped he would assist her in a civil rights campaign. Family fronts are not going as well. Pete and Trudy are still arguing about their lack of progeny, Trudy wants to adopt. With the other generation, Pete is finding it difficult to relate to his mother, who still is not aware of her new poor financial situation. With the Drapers, Betty's father, Gene, has suffered a mild stroke which brings Don and Betty temporarily back together as Betty needs Don's support in visiting with her family. Although the Hofstadt family outwardly does not want to discuss the seriousness of the situation, it looks like Gene is in the early stages of Alzheimer's. Back home, away from Gene and Gloria's, Betty still does not allow ...
Did You Know?
When the characters are on the plane at the end, the song playing is the 1962 space-age instrumental called Telstar (named after the AT&T communications satellite) by the music group The Tornados
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In a scene set in 1962, Glen carries a blue Pan Am flight bag bearing a Pan Am logo that was only introduced in the 1970s. See more
I don't know if I could love a child that's not even related to me.
We're not related by blood, and you love me.
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