My head was spinning last night. So much happened in that episode. I suspected they had to do something to get Peggy back with the firm, but never expected the merger. I guess we have to accept that Roger and Don have the authority to merge the firms on a moments notice.
I guess Don's family is too good for some people. Herb's wife was a little odd, but not mean. I know people like Herb's wife. So what she's not sophisticated. She seemed nice enough. Sometimes people can be annoying, but you just have to suck it up. Patience can be a virture.
I normally like Marie, but she was rather mean last night. Do you think that she really thought the doctor was handsome and that he shouldn't be left alone by his wife? Why didn't she care for those flowers?
Does anyone know if there were any stores open in Manhatten on Sunday back then? Why couldn't the doctor and his son go and buy his wife a gift? Did he have any money? It just struck me as him trying to get something for free again. And is really leaving for the reason he gave or was he fired for some vice?
The blinders have come off and Peggy is seeing what her boyfriend is really like and what life is like because she listened to him and moved to that neighborhood. The grass is always greener......maybe. Is her boss that kissed her married?
Loved the speech Joan gave Don. If someone screwed with me when I was almost a millionaire, I think my attack on them would have been a lot worse.
Pete could have played his cards better if he had thought it through. He could have told his father-in-law that he had brought a client to the brothel who was from out-of-town AND produced someone to back him up. What excuse would the father-in-law have? Pete was wrong, but I for some reason I sided with him on this. He is warped.