Aired 12 years ago - Oct 26, 2008
The office scrambles without Don; Betty learns some disconcerting news.
Aired 12 years ago - Oct 19, 2008
Don meets up with an old friend; Pete's personal life presents problems; Joan brings her boyfriend to the office.
Aired 12 years ago - Oct 12, 2008
Don makes some new friends on his trip to Los Angeles; Peggy looks for romance; Duck ponders the future of Sterling Cooper.
Roger, are you serious?
Right Guard already
has a great campaign...
a young woman...
Well. That never happens.
Well, there you go. I'll take Jane
to Paris, and I'll send Mona to Reno.
Well, how badly
does she want to hurt me?
That's who Mona has.
I'd go out there
and make rain.
multiple, independently targetable
re-entry vehicles - M.I.R.V.s.
Just leave the bags there.
don't get any ideas.
Hmm, he looks
and yet there is not
one of us here who has one.
- You think Peggy and I?
- We do.
I was at Pembroke.
Oh, the humiliations
have been spectacular.
Yes, it's Peter Campbell from
Sterling Cooper for Clarence Hastings.
Well, it's warm already.
I don't know why I pick
the wrong boys.
I think you'd like it.
"in the university's
Kurt's a homo.
They love the idea of just sticking a key
in the door at Sterling Cooper.
Let them open the kimono.
Aired 12 years ago - Oct 05, 2008
Betty visits her father; Paul's girlfriend tries to convince him to prioritize his duties; Pete's mother disapproves of his and Trudy's idea.
Aired 12 years ago - Sep 28, 2008
Freddy Rumsen disappoints his team during a pitch. Pete finds an opportunity at the office to exploit while Don proves his loyalty to an old friend. Betty finds a welcome distraction in Sara Beth.
will be at 75 to 80% participation.
If this was a flat-out athletic
competion, Accounts would win,
Then I talk about Volkswagen.
The Hartungs are at reception.
I saw Arthur
have a fight with Tara,
A lot of people felt like they knew her.
You should be sensitive to that.
Are you feeling better, Mommy?
Listen, she called my office.
is on your desk.
I'm going to take the children
out again. Is that good?
We have to cut him loose.
You can still get him
to give blood.
You should smoke a cigarette right now.
I know they said not to,
Could you leave us alone for a moment?
He fired his secretary, and he threw
all her things out the window,
Look, I can be
completely in control.
And who are you here to see?
- Is it Milwaukee?
- Yes, it is.
Just in time.
Roger, will you stop?
Where do you live, Freddie?
the whiskey made you
a little angry?
- For just cause.
- You didn't have to tell Don.
- Mona, I didn't mean it that way.
- 25 years of marriage.
Aired 12 years ago - Sep 14, 2008
Peggy contributes on a church project; Duck and Don try to create market appeal for a foreign beer brand; Harry recruits assistance to help with the workload in his department.
so I know you can't
Did you explain to them that there's
a market that's actually excited
And believe me, I'm sure my wife
would rather go see a movie.
Reading scripts, meetings
Peggy Olsen's office.
I need someone to run
our commercial scripts
- Because you already have a job.
- No. I mean talk to her like that.
Cheryl's 14. She won't even
waltz on my feet anymore.
- I remember you, Sally.
for a leg of lamb, mint jelly,
accompanied by egg noodles,
Maybe leave some room
for the Holy Ghost.
Thank you very much.
I'll see what I can do.
You're supposed to tell them
that they should trust me.
What happened to your
fascination with Glen Cove?
That's a good idea.
I can't talk to you
when you're like this.
I'm not going
to dignify Jimmy Barrett
It was nice to meet
both of you in person.
Thanks for coming by.
We were just so excited,
And so I take your word on this?
I'm glad you like it, but they all do
the same things, don't they?
This is a very
Why not? Are you busy?
This is wonderful.
It's completely automatic.
Father, don't take this
the wrong way,
You can reconcile yourself with Him
Am I crazy? I don't think so.
Aired 12 years ago - Sep 07, 2008
Don buys a new car; Pete, Harry and Ken strategize to attract new business; Don's secretary makes a grave error; Cooper has a new piece of art in his office.
Aired 12 years ago - Aug 31, 2008
Don and Duck try to make peace; Peggy tries to get into the executive's after-hours meetings; Duck deals with a family visit.
Aired 12 years ago - Aug 24, 2008
Don has to deal with issues between a TV comedian and his wife; Joan finds Don the perfect secretary.
Aired 12 years ago - Aug 17, 2008
Peggy's family hosts a lunch for their church's new priest; Don and Betty enjoy a weekend together; Freddy and Ken take a client out to lunch; the staff works to prepare for a last minute pitch meeting.
Caroline, I feel terrible about
this, but Don's not feeling well.
Well, I, uh, hope you feel better soon.
Well, I'm not going to drink by myself.
To the 4th Avenue BMT?
- Would you stop scaring them?
- We're not scared.
I was drunk, and I didn't
have a glass of champagne.
I find that if I'm prepared
Give us a chance of understanding.
- Great. You broke it.
- I didn't mean to.
She does seem to.
he we have this nifty gadget
called an appointment book.
ABC's sick about losingCandid Camera.
Will you sell the show for me?
First the shenanigans with the washing
machine, and now the record player.
American Airlines already scheduled
a bunch of pitches for this week.
It was very good. I felt like I was
the only one you were talking to.
Maybe you could give us a little peek.
These are the boards for the
60-second television spots.
- Been with a girl?
- No. Not that.
That'll be $100.
- No. I'm thinking.
- Let's have a conversation.
Do you realize we will get
to pick out the stewardesses?
I'll pay for his meeting, too.
took some coins off the
machine and used them.
But everyone keeps falling all
over themselves trying to help her.
Say three Hail Marys
and two Our Fathers.
it's like having that first cigarette.
Head gets all dizzy.
My father called. He's doing better.
He and William played golf yesterday.
I'll put you through that window.
Like me, but bigger.
It's not about what I do.
Aired 12 years ago - Aug 10, 2008
Trouble arises on the set of a commercial; Harry tries to gather support for a controversial sponsorship; Betty and Don try to appease a client with a friendly dinner.
I knew it would be a challenge,
or I would have done it myself.
- good, you are home.
I have a baby due in august.
and Ben Cosgrove
are here to see you.
I would have never
let her near that set.
No, I guess not.
I'll be taking care of you
while we search
There's no reason for that.
Then they know that being picked
on by Jimmy Barrett is a compliment.
I want it on record that she was ruined
when I got to her.
I should go warm him up.
Don't smoke in here. They hate it.
there'd be a warm reunion,
a football game,
You don't know that.
I need you to be shiny and bright.
I need a better half.
Controversy means viewers.
So you think girls who buy lipstick
aren't going to be interested in this?
I'll throw in new business cards.
You drive a hell of a bargain.
everything's riding on this.
I don't know what it is,
but one thing I know
Just some show.
Well, me and a lawyer...
Mr. And Mrs. Schilling, Jimmy has
something that he'd like to say to you.
Aired 12 years ago - Aug 03, 2008
Paul hosts a party at his apartment and introduces someone special to his Sterling Cooper colleagues. Peggy visits her family for dinner. Despite a conflict of interest, the Sterling Cooper agency aggressively pursues an airline account and Duck attempts to appeal to the client using an unorthodox approach.
Aired 12 years ago - Jul 27, 2008
It’s Valentine’s Day, and the Sterling Cooper advertising agency is hustling to stay on top of its game and buzzing over the newest office equipment. Don and Duck find themselves at odds over an account. Betty reconnects with an old friend and once again finds herself struggling with car trouble.
You live too hard,
and not just at the office.
He said he was going to the movies.
- Did you girls get my candy?
- yes. It was appreciated
Have you been out there?
It's rotten with kids.
Yes, and there was your 12:00
in the conference room.
Well, this is kind of the gist,
because I was...
It's about a fantastical people who
They say once you start drinking
alone, you're an alcoholic.
Their success is related
to standing out, not fitting in.
- Do you live in the city?
- Well, I do. Curtis is from Detroit.
How much is it, do you think?
Be careful about
just putting things in my bag.
I saw this dumpy woman on Second
Avenue by the Hungarian market.
And if it's an American company
that you can help, I like to do that.
when Theodore Roosevelt
did the great resoration
She was in the lounge of the Savoy.
She didn't look cheap.
When I was 22, whenever
I was really low on money,
There's a meeting?
Nobody told me there was a meeting.
I wasn't complaining.
You wanted to talk to me.
Look at this. Gentlemen,
your reputations precede you.
- Do they need Clearasil that early?
- Doesn't matter.
that their success depends
on something more than their shoe shine.
"What did you bring me, Daddy?"
Take your hat off.
It's a nice night out.
I enjoy the fresh air.