The staff at SCDP are taking their opportunities where ever they come. After Don's diatribe in the form of the advertisement in the New York Times against tobacco advertising, he and Pete have a meeting with the Board of Directors of the American Cancer Society for their business. It's not so much the advertising contract of a non-profit organization that they want but those of the businesses for which the board members actually work. They ask Ken to use some social connections to leverage some of that potential. And based on a social conversation Peggy has with Joyce, Peggy pounces on an opportunity for another contract, but has to work fast to get it. Within all these goings-on, Don is taking some time away from the office to take the kids to California, where he has to deal with some aspects of Anna's estate. But Betty, acting on an emotional impulse in the process of moving to a new house, thwarts Don's plans, for which he has to make some quick last minute adjustments to those ...
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The book Don reads in the hotel is The Spy Who Came in From the Cold by John le Carré. See more
I wanted a fresh start, OK? I'm entitled to that!
There is no fresh start! Lives carry on.
Jesus, Henry, just once could you take my side?
No one's ever on your side, Betty.
References The Sound of Music
Hot Dog, Here He Comes
Written by Alonzo B. Willie and Nick Stokes
Performed by The Tri-Lites See more