Don and Peggy are faced with life-altering decisions
In the midst of a crisis, Don runs into an old friend.
Sterling Cooper Draper Price employees resort to scuttlebutt after an agency wide meeting is called.
An unannounced visitor at the Francis home rattles Betty.
Peggy is forced to face some unpleasant facts about a client's discriminatory business practices. Don and Faye's burgeoning relationship is tested when Sally runs away from home and turns up at the office. Roger tries to rekindle his affair with Joan.
Joan and Peggy deal with the boys in the office, Don and Faye draw closer and Henry chafes at Don's lingering shadow.
Don turns to alcohol and Peggy's shoulder to deal with the news of Anna Draper's death that he knows is waiting for him.
Peggy clashes with her new creative partner; Don pitches under unusual circumstances.
Don and Pete disregard Roger's plans in order to land a new client.
An edict from Roger and Lane puts Pete in a personal dilemma.
Don visits Anna Draper and learns some sad news about her health.
The agency must throw an impromptu Christmas party for the benefit of Lucky Strike's Lee Garner, Jr.
Don deals with life after Betty and a trade-paper interview in which he won't say much about himself.