Many from Sterling Cooper are still evaluating their new lives at McCann Erickson and deciding if there is a future for them there. Roger makes two decisions in his personal life, one relating to his legacy. Pete has decided to start a new life with Trudy and Tammy in Wichita by taking the lucrative Lear Jet job. Peggy believes she's settling into her new McCann Erickson life, despite not finding the environment as easy to maneuver within as it was at Sterling Cooper. Peggy's professional path takes a possible turn with an offer by Joan, who seizes upon an opportunity initiated by Ken to reinvent her professional self. That new professional life may be at odds with Joan's personal life with Richard. What Peggy decides to do professionally may be influenced by a personal revelation that blindsides her. And Don is still traveling the country in his post-McCann retirement life. While doing some speed driving on the Bonneville Salt Flats, he finds out about Betty's terminal lung cancer ...
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The longest episode of the series. See more
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I just wanted to say that I'm very happy for you. And everyone's gonna miss you who doesn't hate you for getting that big job.
Ah, you're doing fine. Keep it up, you'll be a creative director by 1980.
God, that sounds like a long time.
I'm telling you, it will happen. They just have to get used to the idea. Someday, people are going to brag that they worked with you.
What am I supposed to say to that?
I don't know. No one's ever said it to me.
Hello, I Love You
Written by Jim Morrison
Performed by The Doors
The song is playing when Don returns to the garage after the speed drive See more