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We're off and running with the new company. It's becoming a modern world.

Don Draper seems to be having some confidence issues, first with the interview and then the surprising seen with the hooker.

It's nice to see everyone back together and the issue with the table was amusing as well Don bouncing the stuffy swimsuit execs.

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"Believe me, everyone thinks this is temporary." PWNED. Actually, there were burns all over the place in this episode, from Joan's put-down of Harry's jai alai special to Roger's usual 2-3 golden lines.
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    Originally posted by Big Bad
    "Believe me, everyone thinks this is temporary." PWNED. Actually, there were burns all over the place in this episode, from Joan's put-down of Harry's jai alai special to Roger's usual 2-3 golden lines.


Quite liked Peggy getting some shots in on Draper and the subplot about the ham battle kept things from getting too bleak.




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