Professional relationships and personal business intersect at Sterling Cooper & Partners. Peggy, hating her apartment even more because of an unwanted visitor, doesn't quite get the help she wants from a colleague in alleviating the matter. Ted, Pete and Peggy bond over a few drinks, which opens Pete's eyes to what's going on with his two colleagues, and which highlights what Ted's wife Nan is feeling at home. Pete appreciates the help that Bob provided to him regarding getting a personal nurse for his mother, until Mrs. Campbell divulges some information about the situation, which in turn ends up revealing one of Bob's motivations in providing that help. Don tries to help the Rosens with a major problem, namely the fact that their son, Mitchell, who sent his draft notice back in protest, has now been reclassified as 1A. Don uses a professional connection to try and solve that problem. That action by Don causes a further rift with Ted, who is already irked that Don was proceeding with...
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When Peggy calls Stan to help get rid of the giant rat, the camera pulls back to reveal a giant poster over his bed. The poster is of Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Dayan. See more
In the taxi, Sally says the capital of the Philippines is Manila, however from 1948-1976, Quezon City was the capital. See more
So what? You know we'll end up with just one juice.
I don't want his juice. I want my juice.
It's all your juice.
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Why Oh Why
Written by G. Russ
arranged by Ray Shanklin
Performed by Little Alice See more