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<i>Previously on Mad Men...</i>
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He is not your friend,
he is the enemy.
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You let Don talk,
you should know better.
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The guy's not a salesman.
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- Why do we care what that guy wants?
- Because he's a client.
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I don't want to live on
the Upper East side.
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I saw us raising our kids in a place
with more different kinds of people.
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I don't know what to say.
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Say you're gonna be the first American
to complete a successful heart transplant.
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I could come up and
stay there tonight, if you want.
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We'll be fine.
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<i>( theme music playing )</i>
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Sync and corrections by n17t01
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<i>( adding machine clicking )</i>
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Are you sure you don't want
me to order in some food?
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- Chinese?
- I'm sorry this is taking so long.
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It's a common mistake
to not ask questions
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when you want something because
you're afraid of the answers.
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So you want something?
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I'm interested.
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And considering the precedent
for small agencies,
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this is how we might
take you public.
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With one and a half
million shares outstanding
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before the offering, we'd sell
400,000 additional shares
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to the public at $9 a share.
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- 12 a share.
- It's not an insult.

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Our valuation of your company was
made after careful analysis.
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Of papers you spent
20 minutes with?
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I can't take this
to the rest of my partners,
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but I can take it
to other underwriters.
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I'll need these documents
for 24 hours.
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These papers are spotless.
My compliments to the chef.
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Shall we?
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You don't think Cooper pushed that
poor banker too hard, do you?
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We don't want to lose him.
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Certainly not.
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It's a marvel.
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Everyone wants you, don't they?
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Pete, no.

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( chuckles )
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No, I believe our primary
hurdle has been cleared.
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And our secondary one?
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Don't worry about Don.
Even at nine a share,
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your part of the company alone
will be worth nearly $1 million.
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My goodness.
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You're flushed.
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I drank too fast.
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I don't think Don
cares about money.
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That may be true.
God bless him.
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But he's tired of playing
in the bush leagues.
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This capitalization
will double our size
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and that will turn his head.
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You want another?
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No. I can hardly walk
and you know it.
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I hope Clara reminded you
tomorrow's Mother's Day.
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Thank you, I'm aware.
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Ow.
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Just wanted to make sure
you were still here.
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I am, but not for long.
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You don't even know
what time it is.
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I do.
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Because I already got up
and put on my face.
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Is that what you do?
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- I wondered.
- I have to go.
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Daisy, you're a tease.
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What more could I give you?

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Look, the first-class lounge would
be a darker place without you,
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but you're supposed to have
your ear to the ground.
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I feel like you only call me
when you want to see me.
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Am I going to see you tomorrow?
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If there's a flight filled with P&G
executives headed back to Cincinnati.
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- How about tonight?
- I have plans.
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Some other boyfriend? The one
you give all the leads to?
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With my mother.
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It's Mother's Day.
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Don't go.
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I have to.
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But my mother just died.
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What are you doing?
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You told me you wanted
me here Sunday morning.
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I'm here.
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Peter, don't.
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( scoffs )
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So we'll just maintain every
other aspect of this marriage
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except the one that matters.
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You mean Tammy?
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Will you stop holding
the axe over my neck?
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So you'd rather I divorce you just
so you know where things stand?
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You don't care that I want you.
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I've taken note
of your efforts.
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I'm going to get her.
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Well...
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you're gonna be sorry
when this is over.

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You've given up on me
at exactly the wrong time.
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I have big things coming.
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You have no idea.
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Well, I'll take note
of that, too.
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<i>( knocking at door )</i>
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Could you get that?
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- Arnold. Come in.
- Hi.

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I'm sorry to bother you.
Do you have any wrapping paper?
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It's an emergency.
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Good morning.
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Sorry, this is
Megan's mother Marie.
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We passed in the lobby.
I thought you were Megan.
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Dr. Arnold Rosen
at your service.
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- Enchant.
- <i>Are you French?</i>
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My kid's going to Paris.
Should I keep him home?
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I am French,
but I live in Montreal.
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And, yes, I believe so.
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I assume this isn't
a medical emergency.
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he came home and surprised

her for Mother's Day.


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- How long is he staying?
- Who knows?
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I know he thinks a morning stroll
in Central Park is a gift,
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but Sylvia's gonna
expect an actual gift.
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Do you want my flowers?
I'm quite done with them.
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Thank you, Mother.
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You're a lifesaver.
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He's a surgeon. He's working
on heart transplants.
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Wealthy, talented,
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I would not leave them alone.
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I'm more worried about you.
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( laughs )
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There's poop
on the stairs again.
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Somebody's dog got in.

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No, it's human.
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I think it's from the tenant.
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She wouldn't do that.
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She's a junkie.
She doesn't care.
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I want her out.
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We can't do that.
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- <i>( man shouting )</i>
- <i>( tires squealing )</i>
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How is your mother?
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I got curtains.
She wants to come visit.
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Ah!
Ow! Ow.
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Jesus.
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We have to hire a handyman.
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Why?
It's a waste of money.
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Because you have no idea


what you're doing.
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( sighs )
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( <i>"Linda Mulata" playing</i>
<i>loudly upstairs</i> )
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Herb Rennet called. He's
canceling dinner tonight.
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That's a relief.
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We can still have dinner.
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I'd love to discuss
some things with you.
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Let's enjoy our reprieve.
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Of course.
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Psst.
Close the door.
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Did he say your dinner
with Jaguar is off?
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Yes, unless it was the
world's most boring dream.
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Well, it's on,
but Pete's not invited.
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Herb Rennet wants a word alone


to straighten things out.
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Why can't you handle it?
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This could be fatal.
You're going.
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And my plan is to pack it with
spouses to limit the explosion.
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Megan made plans
with her mother.
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She thought I had
a business dinner.
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Marie's in town?
Fantastic.
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Bring her along.
That's perfect.
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Tell her I insisted.
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In attendance
I have Jim Cutler,
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Frank Gleason, and Ted Chaough.
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Sweetheart, this is a creative meeting.
What are you doing?
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It's for the purposes
of the memorandum.

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Well, Ted, some men love
women, some love memos.
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I want to go over where we are
on Chevrolet again
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and devote our final days
to overdoing it
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on the artwork for
the top three campaigns.
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I cannot look at these again.
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I told you, they're very keen
on the rocket ship thing
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with the astronaut anecdotes.
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You told them
about the astronauts?
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I had to.
It was too vague otherwise.
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I don't want to draw
any more rockets
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and I don't want to stare
at this work again.
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We should have never
resigned Alfa Romeo.
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What, is this mystery Chevy


gonna be in "The Graduate"?
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Those things are
flying off the lot.
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Frank, are you not
on board with this?
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I love what you're doing.
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I'm tired of rockets,
that's all.
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Could you give us a moment?
We'll continue this later.
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What is that, Shalimar?
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What's gotten into you?
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You're supposed to be
calming me down.
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Ted, I've got cancer.
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What?
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In my pancreas.
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I told Jim.
I thought he told you
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and you didn't want

to embarrass me.
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No.
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Maybe it's more of
a financial issue to him,
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but I'm glad he can
keep a secret.
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Financial?
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The minute I cash out,
I cash in.
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You two have to buy me out.
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You have cancer.
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See, if we still had Alfa,
I wouldn't have to worry
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about putting you
out of business.
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First of all,
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stop talking about money.
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Second, we are going
to get Chevy
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because you're going
to do your best work.

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Third, you're going
to build a wing
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at Sloan-Kettering
and beat this thing.
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Aye, aye.
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Will you tell Jim you told me?
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He'll see it on your face.
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Everybody loves astronauts.
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I've got to go lie down.
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Well, hello there.
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How are things in Glocca Morra?
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( whispering )
Hello. Can you hear me?
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I love it when you whisper like that.
What are you wearing?
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My uniform.
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I have one
and his flight's delayed.
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Who is he?
What's he do?
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I'm not sure,
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but he doesn't believe
my name's really Daisy.
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Use that.
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Shit.
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Megan:
<i>Do you mind?</i>
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17, please.
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I'm sorry to bother you,
but we love your show.
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Oh, thank you.
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- <i>( elevator bell dings )</i>
- <i>( doors open )</i>
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Can we get an autograph?
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I know you're not waving to me.
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Makes the delay
worthwhile, doesn't it?
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- Headed to Detroit?
- Eventually.

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Should we try LaGuardia?
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They already did.
Forget it.
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This is why I like
to drive everywhere.
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I'd live in my car if I could.
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You know, with her
in the backseat navigating.
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- ( chuckles )
- I'm Roger.
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- What's your name?
- Mikey.
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Well, Mikey, since we're
gonna be cell mates,
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I'm going to ask the screw
for a couple of drinks.
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Jim Beam.
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I'll make her bring them over.
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- Good idea.
- I'm full of 'em.
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( laughs )

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I want a glass of water
with an onion
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and bring him
a double Jim Beam.
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And get me on that flight.
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This is my day off.
We had plans.
257
00:14:00,694 --> 00:14:03,481
_
258
00:14:03,625 --> 00:14:05,836
_
259
00:14:06,399 --> 00:14:09,333
Well, you would rather spend the evening
laughing at Roger Sterling's jokes.
260
00:14:09,368 --> 00:14:12,970
I should return home.
I've overstayed my welcome.
261
00:14:13,253 --> 00:14:15,156
_
262
00:14:15,380 --> 00:14:16,512
_
263
00:14:17,517 --> 00:14:19,264
_
264
00:14:19,375 --> 00:14:21,093
_
265
00:14:22,414 --> 00:14:25,215

Well, I don't know


what's happened.
266
00:14:25,249 --> 00:14:27,250
I knew something was wrong.
267
00:14:27,285 --> 00:14:30,387
We have not had a fight.
268
00:14:31,389 --> 00:14:33,089
He's so far away
269
00:14:33,124 --> 00:14:35,325
that sometimes
when we're alone,
270
00:14:35,359 --> 00:14:37,928
I feel like
I'm making conversation.
271
00:14:37,962 --> 00:14:42,231
Darling, you have confounded
everyone's expectations.
272
00:14:42,265 --> 00:14:44,734
And it is very hard
to stand next to someone
273
00:14:44,768 --> 00:14:46,402
giving an autograph.
274
00:14:46,437 --> 00:14:49,472
- He doesn't even care.
- Of course he does.
275
00:14:49,506 --> 00:14:52,708
But he may think you belong more
to other people than to him.
276
00:14:53,844 --> 00:14:55,810
_
277
00:14:55,876 --> 00:14:57,652
_
278
00:14:58,291 --> 00:14:59,800
_

279
00:15:00,817 --> 00:15:03,501
_
280
00:15:03,659 --> 00:15:06,625
_
281
00:15:06,923 --> 00:15:09,424
( laughs )
282
00:15:21,336 --> 00:15:23,370
I love coming into the city.
283
00:15:23,404 --> 00:15:25,940
It's 25 minutes,
half hour give or take,
284
00:15:25,974 --> 00:15:28,107
from Tenafly
depending on the traffic.
285
00:15:28,141 --> 00:15:31,744
I always think I'm gonna
go to museums and stuff.
286
00:15:31,779 --> 00:15:34,046
And there's some good ones.
You've probably seen them.
287
00:15:34,081 --> 00:15:37,149
But I always end up at Saks.
288
00:15:37,184 --> 00:15:39,251
And I come home
289
00:15:39,286 --> 00:15:42,121
and Herb always says
the same thing.
290
00:15:42,155 --> 00:15:45,123
How much damage
did you do, Peaches?
291
00:15:45,157 --> 00:15:46,925
( laughs )
292

00:15:46,960 --> 00:15:48,794


We always do some shopping.
293
00:15:48,828 --> 00:15:50,562
My daughter is very generous.
294
00:15:50,597 --> 00:15:53,599
She even invited me along
to this wonderful evening.
295
00:15:57,670 --> 00:15:59,436
You get a hold of Silver Bells?
296
00:15:59,471 --> 00:16:02,573
No. That doesn't mean
he's not coming.
297
00:16:04,175 --> 00:16:05,776
I'm pretty much done waiting.
298
00:16:05,811 --> 00:16:07,712
Perhaps we should go.
299
00:16:07,746 --> 00:16:09,346
- What?
- ( laughs )
300
00:16:09,381 --> 00:16:12,984
No, I think
we're gonna order now.
301
00:16:13,018 --> 00:16:15,852
Herb gets very peckish.
302
00:16:15,887 --> 00:16:17,854
I skipped lunch.
303
00:16:26,897 --> 00:16:28,664
( sighs )
304
00:16:28,698 --> 00:16:30,933
Can I help you, Bert?
305
00:16:30,967 --> 00:16:32,835
You've already done
all you can do.

306
00:16:32,869 --> 00:16:34,537
Snapped this place into shape,
307
00:16:34,571 --> 00:16:37,306
expanded our business
while keeping it lean.
308
00:16:37,341 --> 00:16:40,409
Pending due diligence,
we're done...
309
00:16:40,443 --> 00:16:43,512
at $11 a share.
310
00:16:43,547 --> 00:16:44,980
Really?
311
00:16:45,015 --> 00:16:47,650
I believe I would like a drink.
312
00:16:49,118 --> 00:16:52,220
( chuckles ) What do you drink?
313
00:16:52,255 --> 00:16:53,856
Do you have any brandy?
314
00:16:53,890 --> 00:16:55,623
No.
315
00:16:55,658 --> 00:16:57,525
Spirits of elderflower?
316
00:16:57,560 --> 00:17:01,128
No. I don't have
any laudanum either.
317
00:17:01,163 --> 00:17:03,765
- Surprise me.
- Bob: <i>Night, chief.</i>
318
00:17:03,799 --> 00:17:05,700
Bob, could you get Joan?
319
00:17:05,734 --> 00:17:08,736
- And some ice.
- Absolutely.

320
00:17:12,974 --> 00:17:14,675
When do we break the news?
321
00:17:14,709 --> 00:17:17,711
Call the meeting for tomorrow.
322
00:17:20,582 --> 00:17:22,649
Ahh.
323
00:17:22,684 --> 00:17:26,352
Peaches: So there she
was in the garage
324
00:17:26,387 --> 00:17:29,221
right among the-- you know,
there's an oil stain
325
00:17:29,255 --> 00:17:31,924
that Herb's been meaning
to take care of-326
00:17:31,959 --> 00:17:34,594
there she is, our little puppy,
327
00:17:34,628 --> 00:17:36,996
with a full litter.
328
00:17:37,358 --> 00:17:38,487
_
329
00:17:38,696 --> 00:17:40,375
_
330
00:17:40,878 --> 00:17:42,617
_
331
00:17:44,036 --> 00:17:46,671
You're right, Mother. They
must have been adorable.
332
00:17:46,706 --> 00:17:49,741
There's one yellow
and one brown
333
00:17:49,775 --> 00:17:51,810

and then three sort of mixed.


334
00:17:51,844 --> 00:17:54,779
Each one at its own nipple.
335
00:17:56,015 --> 00:17:57,448
I love puppies.
336
00:17:57,483 --> 00:17:59,016
Not the way she does.
337
00:17:59,050 --> 00:18:02,026
_
338
00:18:03,922 --> 00:18:05,856
You know what?
Why don't we let the men
339
00:18:05,890 --> 00:18:08,792
discuss the business they're
probably here to talk about
340
00:18:08,827 --> 00:18:10,728
while we powder our noses?
341
00:18:19,637 --> 00:18:23,572
Tall and tan
and young and lovely.
342
00:18:29,246 --> 00:18:31,613
So why are we here, Herb?
343
00:18:31,648 --> 00:18:35,150
Oh, it's nothing serious.
I just had an idea.
344
00:18:35,184 --> 00:18:37,786
There's a kid who's been
writing fliers for me
345
00:18:37,820 --> 00:18:39,955
at a few of my lots
346
00:18:39,989 --> 00:18:42,423
and I'm really getting results.
347

00:18:42,458 --> 00:18:44,693


He's got a good turn of phrase.
348
00:18:44,727 --> 00:18:46,427
I think you'd appreciate it.
349
00:18:46,462 --> 00:18:48,428
Is he looking for a job?
350
00:18:48,463 --> 00:18:50,464
( laughs ) No, he's got a job.
351
00:18:50,498 --> 00:18:54,001
I just thought that
it might help you and me
352
00:18:54,036 --> 00:18:55,903
if he were to take a look
at some of your work,
353
00:18:55,937 --> 00:18:57,638
even at the formative stages,
354
00:18:57,673 --> 00:18:59,740
just to get his take on it.
355
00:19:02,443 --> 00:19:04,443
What's his name?
356
00:19:05,813 --> 00:19:07,580
Fawcett.
357
00:19:08,883 --> 00:19:10,784
Chris Fawcett.
358
00:19:12,687 --> 00:19:15,655
Here you go.
359
00:19:15,690 --> 00:19:18,291
- What is this?
- It's the name of the guy
360
00:19:18,325 --> 00:19:20,926
who's going to be handling
your account from now on.
361

00:19:22,395 --> 00:19:25,030


You never fail
to overheat, do you?
362
00:19:25,065 --> 00:19:28,633
You know the somersaults I'm
doing 'cause you're so touchy?
363
00:19:28,668 --> 00:19:30,936
Really?
A man your size?
364
00:19:30,970 --> 00:19:34,006
You know what?
365
00:19:34,040 --> 00:19:37,374
Your whole company should
be taken to the woodshed.
366
00:19:37,409 --> 00:19:39,643
First Campbell
gives me the sass.
367
00:19:39,678 --> 00:19:42,180
Then Sterling,
he didn't even show up.
368
00:19:42,214 --> 00:19:45,750
And you-- huh, yeah-my friend,
369
00:19:45,784 --> 00:19:47,719
you're gonna
be working for him.
370
00:19:47,753 --> 00:19:49,353
And he could
teach you something
371
00:19:49,387 --> 00:19:51,521
like knowing where
your bread is buttered.
372
00:19:51,555 --> 00:19:54,124
Why don't you get this?
373
00:19:54,158 --> 00:19:56,426
I want you to buy me

one last meal.


374
00:19:56,460 --> 00:19:58,394
I'm tired of taking it
out of your account.
375
00:19:58,429 --> 00:20:00,030
Okay.
376
00:20:00,064 --> 00:20:02,065
And if you ever
see Sterling again,
377
00:20:02,100 --> 00:20:04,134
tell him you screwed up
378
00:20:04,168 --> 00:20:06,069
'cause I'm done
with all of youse.
379
00:20:09,039 --> 00:20:11,707
Don't sit down.
Dinner's over.
380
00:20:11,742 --> 00:20:14,009
Are you okay?
381
00:20:17,114 --> 00:20:19,115
Never felt better in my life.
382
00:20:24,186 --> 00:20:26,788
Nice meeting you.
See you soon.
383
00:20:37,299 --> 00:20:39,233
( laughs )
384
00:20:39,267 --> 00:20:40,801
My mother needs an aspirin.
385
00:20:40,835 --> 00:20:42,803
I don't care.
386
00:20:52,781 --> 00:20:53,947
( gasps )
387

00:20:53,982 --> 00:20:55,681


<i>( thumping )</i>
388
00:20:58,018 --> 00:21:00,419
( phone ringing )
389
00:21:02,956 --> 00:21:05,491
- Hello?
- Marie.
390
00:21:05,525 --> 00:21:08,094
It's Roger.
I'm so glad I got you.
391
00:21:08,128 --> 00:21:10,429
If you are calling
to apologize, don't bother.
392
00:21:10,463 --> 00:21:12,864
- It's too late. Good night.
- Hold on, hold on, don't hang up.
393
00:21:12,899 --> 00:21:16,168
- Let me talk to Don.
- Did you call to talk to Don?
394
00:21:16,202 --> 00:21:19,938
Yes, but I was hoping you were there.
You were next, I swear.
395
00:21:19,972 --> 00:21:22,140
<i>You dragged me out</i>
<i>and made me sit</i>
396
00:21:22,175 --> 00:21:25,577
with that disgusting man
with his disgusting wife.
397
00:21:25,612 --> 00:21:28,245
She is the apple that goes
in the pig's mouth.
398
00:21:28,280 --> 00:21:30,782
Marie, I swear I wouldn't
have missed it for the world.
399
00:21:30,816 --> 00:21:33,284
It's just something came up,

400
00:21:33,319 --> 00:21:35,720
something very important
401
00:21:35,754 --> 00:21:37,422
that I need to talk
to Don about.
402
00:21:37,456 --> 00:21:40,558
You are speaking slowly
so I will understand?
403
00:21:40,592 --> 00:21:43,827
Forget... my... name.
404
00:21:45,262 --> 00:21:46,763
( sighs )
405
00:21:48,433 --> 00:21:52,202
- <i>( thumping on wall )</i>
- ( phone rings )
406
00:21:56,140 --> 00:21:58,942
Excuse me.
407
00:21:58,976 --> 00:22:01,610
Is it possible for me
to pay for my friend?
408
00:22:01,645 --> 00:22:05,948
( laughs ) Yes, but
it's too late for that.
409
00:22:05,982 --> 00:22:08,317
What are you bugging him for?
410
00:22:08,352 --> 00:22:10,386
Aren't I enough for you?
411
00:22:10,420 --> 00:22:12,955
This is my friend. What
was your fake name again?
412
00:22:12,989 --> 00:22:15,190
- Curious George?
- ( laughs )

413
00:22:15,225 --> 00:22:17,459
You're a riot.
414
00:22:31,840 --> 00:22:33,474
Hello.
415
00:22:34,609 --> 00:22:36,176
Good night.
416
00:22:39,748 --> 00:22:42,249
Isn't that guy a client?
417
00:22:42,283 --> 00:22:44,385
Is he gone?
418
00:22:44,419 --> 00:22:46,219
Yes.
419
00:22:51,784 --> 00:22:53,819
I have a high-level
accounts question.
420
00:22:53,853 --> 00:22:55,487
A hypothetical.
421
00:22:55,521 --> 00:22:57,589
So it doesn't involve
anybody in this room?
422
00:23:00,959 --> 00:23:04,329
Let's say you caught your father-in-law
in a compromising position.
423
00:23:04,363 --> 00:23:07,532
It's every Sunday night.
The guy can't hold his liquor.
424
00:23:14,239 --> 00:23:17,374
Last night I was celebrating
at that party house up on Lex
425
00:23:17,408 --> 00:23:20,210
and I saw my father-in-law
exit the bedroom
426
00:23:20,245 --> 00:23:22,212

with the biggest,


427
00:23:22,247 --> 00:23:24,981
blackest prostitute
you've ever seen.
428
00:23:25,016 --> 00:23:27,150
( laughing )
429
00:23:27,184 --> 00:23:29,885
Was there anyone else
from Vicks there?
430
00:23:29,919 --> 00:23:33,022
Not that I saw.
But we spoke.
431
00:23:34,424 --> 00:23:36,959
I mean, all I said
was hello, but-432
00:23:36,993 --> 00:23:40,530
Okay, look,
when I was in high school,
433
00:23:40,564 --> 00:23:43,532
they had this picture come to the
only movie theater in Cabot.
434
00:23:43,566 --> 00:23:45,300
It was called
"Making A Baby."
435
00:23:45,334 --> 00:23:47,135
They invited women
and men separately,
436
00:23:47,170 --> 00:23:50,071
but it was a delivery system
for some filthy stuff.
437
00:23:50,105 --> 00:23:52,574
So at the matinee, I look over
438
00:23:52,608 --> 00:23:55,610
and Mr. Miller my science
teacher is five seats away.

439
00:23:55,645 --> 00:23:59,380
And he's not, you know, working
the slide rule or anything,
440
00:23:59,414 --> 00:24:02,216
but we see each other for sure.
441
00:24:02,250 --> 00:24:05,486
But we both knew that neither
of us should be there.
442
00:24:06,821 --> 00:24:08,989
It was mutually
assured destruction.
443
00:24:09,023 --> 00:24:11,592
So he's not going
to say anything?
444
00:24:11,626 --> 00:24:13,527
- He can't.
- <i>( intercom buzzes )</i>
445
00:24:13,562 --> 00:24:16,028
Secretary: <i>Mr. Cosgrove,
I have a phone call.</i>
446
00:24:16,063 --> 00:24:18,231
Give me a second.
447
00:24:18,265 --> 00:24:20,266
It's why I don't worry
about the bomb.
448
00:24:20,301 --> 00:24:22,168
- <i>( intercom buzzes )</i>
- <i>It's urgent.</i>
449
00:24:22,203 --> 00:24:24,804
<i>I have Hugh Hibbert</i>
<i>and John Echolls from Jaguar.</i>
450
00:24:24,838 --> 00:24:27,674
Why are they calling you?
Pick it up.
451
00:24:30,276 --> 00:24:31,843

This is Ken.
452
00:24:31,877 --> 00:24:34,846
Good morning.
453
00:24:34,880 --> 00:24:37,649
Do you have any idea where Roger
has been for the last 24 hours?
454
00:24:37,684 --> 00:24:40,719
- I don't.
- Draper!
455
00:24:40,753 --> 00:24:42,821
What in the hell have you-456
00:24:44,156 --> 00:24:47,525
- What?
- You have done it again.
457
00:24:47,559 --> 00:24:49,193
What did you say
to Herb Rennet last night?
458
00:24:49,228 --> 00:24:51,095
Nothing that shouldn't have
been said last Christmas.
459
00:24:51,129 --> 00:24:52,597
As usual, you have
acted impulsively
460
00:24:52,631 --> 00:24:54,565
and harmed the company
irreparably.
461
00:24:54,600 --> 00:24:57,768
- Pete, calm down.
- We'd already lost the account.
462
00:24:57,802 --> 00:24:59,604
He was gonna bring in
some kid to write copy.
463
00:24:59,638 --> 00:25:01,606
That's because you
screwed him last time.

464
00:25:01,640 --> 00:25:03,373
You couldn't wait.
465
00:25:03,407 --> 00:25:06,243
Pete, you've got to
understand when it's over.
466
00:25:06,277 --> 00:25:08,278
Do you know that we had
a public offering underway?
467
00:25:08,312 --> 00:25:09,713
And now it's ruined!
468
00:25:12,116 --> 00:25:14,050
- What?
- You don't care about the company.
469
00:25:14,084 --> 00:25:15,885
- You're already rich.
- Not here.
470
00:25:15,919 --> 00:25:18,054
Inside.
471
00:25:22,692 --> 00:25:24,693
- What is going on?
- Why the hell didn't I know about this?
472
00:25:24,728 --> 00:25:26,862
- We're going public?
- Not anymore.
473
00:25:26,896 --> 00:25:29,064
- When did that happen?
- I was going to tell you this morning.
474
00:25:29,098 --> 00:25:31,700
I tried to last night, but you'd
rather have dinner with Herb Rennet.
475
00:25:31,735 --> 00:25:33,636
Well, I have some good news
and some bad news.
476
00:25:33,670 --> 00:25:36,337
- Where the hell have you been?

- Don fired Jaguar.


477
00:25:36,372 --> 00:25:37,338
What?
478
00:25:39,775 --> 00:25:42,577
Then I just have good news.
We're giving a presentation
479
00:25:42,611 --> 00:25:45,045
this Friday on Chevy's
top secret new car.
480
00:25:45,080 --> 00:25:46,914
- What?
- Friday?
481
00:25:46,948 --> 00:25:48,783
Come on, you've been thinking
about Chevy your whole life.
482
00:25:48,817 --> 00:25:51,752
- Are you serious?
- And I have this check for $10,000
483
00:25:51,786 --> 00:25:55,155
because I close, Pete.
I close things.
484
00:25:55,189 --> 00:25:56,890
Did I mention I was in Detroit
485
00:25:56,924 --> 00:25:59,459
where my friend Mikey O'Brien-look him up-486
00:25:59,494 --> 00:26:01,595
said he was looking for
something cutting-edge,
487
00:26:01,629 --> 00:26:03,297
but none of the agencies
had it?
488
00:26:03,331 --> 00:26:05,965
So he had a great idea.
Bring us in.

489
00:26:06,000 --> 00:26:07,933
We're not afraid of a deadline.
490
00:26:07,967 --> 00:26:10,569
Holy crap.
Chevy.
491
00:26:10,604 --> 00:26:12,171
You want to go public?
492
00:26:12,205 --> 00:26:13,806
How much better is it
when we have Chevy?
493
00:26:13,840 --> 00:26:15,408
Don't act like you had a plan.
494
00:26:15,442 --> 00:26:17,743
You're Tarzan
swinging from vine to vine.
495
00:26:17,778 --> 00:26:20,379
Roger, I want to know everything.
Pete, go box up Jaguar.
496
00:26:20,414 --> 00:26:22,247
Make sure they have
all their files today.
497
00:26:22,282 --> 00:26:24,215
Joan, get the creatives
in my office.
498
00:26:24,249 --> 00:26:26,050
Get them yourself.
499
00:26:28,220 --> 00:26:30,254
Don't you feel
300 pounds lighter?
500
00:26:30,289 --> 00:26:32,324
I don't.
501
00:26:32,358 --> 00:26:35,293
Honestly, Don, if I could deal
with him, you could deal with him.

502
00:26:36,729 --> 00:26:38,929
And what now?
503
00:26:38,963 --> 00:26:40,931
I went through
all of that for nothing?
504
00:26:42,367 --> 00:26:44,835
Joan, don't worry.
I will win this.
505
00:26:44,869 --> 00:26:46,737
Just once
506
00:26:46,771 --> 00:26:49,406
I would like to hear
you use the word "we."
507
00:26:49,441 --> 00:26:52,710
Because we're all rooting
for you from the sidelines,
508
00:26:52,744 --> 00:26:56,379
hoping that you'll decide whatever
you think is right for our lives.
509
00:27:00,917 --> 00:27:02,885
( sighs )
510
00:27:06,857 --> 00:27:09,559
In my office, all of you.
511
00:27:09,593 --> 00:27:12,026
Should we go in there?
512
00:27:12,061 --> 00:27:14,229
I don't care.
513
00:27:18,200 --> 00:27:20,268
XP-887.
514
00:27:20,302 --> 00:27:22,404
- So we get to name it?
- Possibly.
515
00:27:22,438 --> 00:27:24,439

For now it's all


cloak-and-dagger.
516
00:27:24,474 --> 00:27:26,140
They've got a room full
of R&D on this.
517
00:27:26,175 --> 00:27:28,342
But it boils down
to Chevrolet's top brass
518
00:27:28,377 --> 00:27:30,444
trying to build
the perfect car.
519
00:27:30,479 --> 00:27:33,213
- They designed it with a computer.
- So they're scared.
520
00:27:33,248 --> 00:27:35,516
They run another agency in
at the one-yard line.
521
00:27:35,550 --> 00:27:37,017
They're terrified.
522
00:27:37,051 --> 00:27:38,252
So who else is in it?
523
00:27:38,286 --> 00:27:40,488
Well, the guest list limping in
524
00:27:40,522 --> 00:27:43,423
is as follows-Campbell-Ewald.
525
00:27:43,457 --> 00:27:45,725
Chevy's right arm. They got
200 people in Detroit.
526
00:27:45,760 --> 00:27:47,360
Dancer Fitzgerald Sample
527
00:27:47,395 --> 00:27:49,328
and Cutler Gleason and Chaough.
528
00:27:49,363 --> 00:27:52,465

Ha, fantastic. Two


steamships and a rowboat.
529
00:27:52,500 --> 00:27:55,435
You had to write that down?
530
00:27:55,469 --> 00:27:57,771
- There's no pictures.
- It's a GM car.
531
00:27:57,805 --> 00:27:59,271
It's got four wheels
and an engine.
532
00:27:59,305 --> 00:28:02,274
No, it's totally new.
533
00:28:04,210 --> 00:28:05,811
I want you to go to the library
534
00:28:05,845 --> 00:28:07,413
and get me everything
you can on Mustang.
535
00:28:07,447 --> 00:28:09,481
- And Chevy.
- No, forget that.
536
00:28:09,516 --> 00:28:11,249
They know there's been
nothing before Mustang
537
00:28:11,284 --> 00:28:13,385
and nothing after it, but
they're hoping it's this.
538
00:28:13,420 --> 00:28:16,387
No one and nothing
leaves my office.
539
00:28:17,355 --> 00:28:19,189
How about that?
540
00:28:19,224 --> 00:28:21,091
How 'bout it?
541
00:28:24,897 --> 00:28:27,364

<i>( thumping )</i>


542
00:28:32,570 --> 00:28:34,103
Are you okay?
543
00:28:35,740 --> 00:28:37,307
I just wanted to watch "Hazel,"
544
00:28:37,341 --> 00:28:39,042
but I can't get any reception.
545
00:28:39,076 --> 00:28:41,311
( laughs )
546
00:28:46,883 --> 00:28:48,884
I think you should go home.
547
00:28:48,919 --> 00:28:51,420
I love how you work every account
like it's make or break.
548
00:28:51,455 --> 00:28:53,422
I need some of that right now.
549
00:28:53,457 --> 00:28:55,491
You've been working plenty.
550
00:28:55,525 --> 00:28:57,726
I have a new way to go.
551
00:28:57,761 --> 00:29:00,696
I'd show it to you, but it's top
secret and it may be terrible.
552
00:29:00,730 --> 00:29:02,998
Maybe Frank's right.
553
00:29:03,032 --> 00:29:05,334
We should have
never dumped Alfa.
554
00:29:05,368 --> 00:29:08,803
It's one thing to want something,
it's another to need it.
555
00:29:08,838 --> 00:29:10,939

This is your agency.


556
00:29:10,974 --> 00:29:13,842
You're always going
to need something.
557
00:29:13,876 --> 00:29:15,910
Don't let Frank Gleason
make you question it.
558
00:29:15,945 --> 00:29:18,046
Well, it's Frank's agency,
too, Peggy.
559
00:29:18,081 --> 00:29:20,681
And I've been counting on his
paintbrush and his negativity
560
00:29:20,715 --> 00:29:22,683
to balance me out for 20 years.
561
00:29:22,717 --> 00:29:24,151
Fine.
562
00:29:24,186 --> 00:29:28,089
But I've spent a lot of time
563
00:29:28,123 --> 00:29:30,124
working with pessimistic people
564
00:29:30,158 --> 00:29:33,127
and I like the fact
that you're-565
00:29:33,161 --> 00:29:34,928
Do not say I'm nice.
566
00:29:34,963 --> 00:29:37,230
I hate it when people
say I'm nice.
567
00:29:38,832 --> 00:29:41,234
I was going to say strong.
568
00:29:55,081 --> 00:29:57,049
I'm sorry.

569
00:29:57,083 --> 00:29:59,018
I'm just grateful.
570
00:30:01,687 --> 00:30:03,655
No, of course.
571
00:30:08,593 --> 00:30:10,528
Good night, Peggy.
572
00:30:15,700 --> 00:30:17,668
Yes.
573
00:30:17,702 --> 00:30:19,537
Good night.
574
00:30:30,170 --> 00:30:31,970
Arnold:
<i>Hold that.</i>
575
00:30:33,473 --> 00:30:36,274
I got it.
576
00:30:36,308 --> 00:30:38,842
You want to go celebrate?
I just quit my job.
577
00:30:38,877 --> 00:30:42,246
What? Really?
578
00:30:42,281 --> 00:30:44,382
I had a heart and a kid
who needed the heart
579
00:30:44,416 --> 00:30:45,949
and now they're both dead.
580
00:30:45,984 --> 00:30:47,918
I'm not gonna get
the opportunity.
581
00:30:47,952 --> 00:30:51,055
I'm tired of fighting.
582
00:30:51,089 --> 00:30:53,090
Well, you're fighting
God in a way.

583
00:30:53,124 --> 00:30:54,725
Oh, bullshit.
584
00:30:54,759 --> 00:30:56,860
You don't think
God's in Houston?
585
00:30:56,895 --> 00:30:58,696
My hospital chickened out
586
00:30:58,730 --> 00:31:01,732
and now some asshole down
there is taking my place
587
00:31:01,766 --> 00:31:04,301
in history while I piss away
my life in New York City.
588
00:31:04,335 --> 00:31:07,137
- You can't think that way.
- ( sighs )
589
00:31:07,172 --> 00:31:09,739
- <i>( doors open )</i>
- Fate hasn't chosen me.
590
00:31:09,773 --> 00:31:12,374
Look...
591
00:31:12,409 --> 00:31:16,245
I don't cut people open.
I don't believe in fate.
592
00:31:16,279 --> 00:31:18,848
You make your own
opportunities.
593
00:31:18,882 --> 00:31:21,818
You sure you don't want
to go for a drink?
594
00:31:21,852 --> 00:31:24,652
I got work.
595
00:31:32,195 --> 00:31:34,129
<i>( door closes )</i>

596
00:31:34,163 --> 00:31:37,432
- How'd it go?
- I don't know.
597
00:31:37,466 --> 00:31:39,201
I was gonna sleep on it,
598
00:31:39,235 --> 00:31:41,969
but now I think I'm just
gonna shower and go back in.
599
00:31:46,507 --> 00:31:48,776
I love you like this.
600
00:31:48,810 --> 00:31:50,711
Desperate and scared?
601
00:31:50,746 --> 00:31:53,147
Fearless.
602
00:31:53,181 --> 00:31:55,049
And I want to do whatever I can
603
00:31:55,083 --> 00:31:57,316
to make sure you do not fail.
604
00:31:57,351 --> 00:32:00,019
Then you can jump
from the balcony
605
00:32:00,054 --> 00:32:02,622
and fly to work like Superman.
606
00:32:11,465 --> 00:32:13,031
<i>( buckle clicks )</i>
607
00:32:13,066 --> 00:32:15,300
<i>( zipper unzips )</i>
608
00:32:15,334 --> 00:32:17,870
<i>( jet engine roaring )</i>
609
00:32:20,339 --> 00:32:22,274
Will there be anything else?

610
00:32:22,308 --> 00:32:24,109
No, thank you, Daisy.
611
00:32:25,178 --> 00:32:27,712
Actually, can you
get those lugs
612
00:32:27,747 --> 00:32:29,613
from Dancer
bumped off the flight?
613
00:32:29,648 --> 00:32:33,084
Roger, I told you,
I can't hurt the company.
614
00:32:33,118 --> 00:32:35,153
They bought most of the seats.
615
00:32:36,588 --> 00:32:38,455
Jesus, there's like
eight of them.
616
00:32:40,592 --> 00:32:42,293
Surprised to see you here.
617
00:32:42,327 --> 00:32:43,894
Taking your kid
to look at colleges?
618
00:32:43,928 --> 00:32:46,263
No, taking him
to pick out a car.
619
00:32:46,297 --> 00:32:48,899
Oh. When did they add
you guys to the mix?
620
00:32:48,933 --> 00:32:50,400
When they saw your work.
621
00:32:50,434 --> 00:32:52,869
I wish you the best of luck.
622
00:32:52,904 --> 00:32:56,072
In fact,
maybe we shouldn't even go.

623
00:32:56,107 --> 00:32:57,841
What are the billings
for Vicks?
624
00:32:57,875 --> 00:33:00,575
Nine million? Someone's
gonna pick that up.
625
00:33:02,712 --> 00:33:04,914
( coughs )
626
00:33:04,948 --> 00:33:07,016
Any of you have a cough drop?
627
00:33:07,050 --> 00:33:09,518
- I know they don't.
- ( men laugh )
628
00:33:13,523 --> 00:33:15,691
Get him on the phone right now
or I'm coming over there.
629
00:33:15,725 --> 00:33:17,591
I've got it, Clara.
630
00:33:17,626 --> 00:33:19,460
Roger's calling
from the airport.
631
00:33:19,494 --> 00:33:21,196
He says something happened
with Vick Chemical.
632
00:33:21,230 --> 00:33:23,431
Tell my father-in-law
I am not joking.
633
00:33:23,465 --> 00:33:25,566
Believe me, you do not
want me in your lobby.
634
00:33:25,600 --> 00:33:27,535
Let me talk to Roger.
635
00:33:27,569 --> 00:33:29,370
So it's true?

636
00:33:29,404 --> 00:33:31,539
No, I'm gonna fix it.
637
00:33:33,241 --> 00:33:35,142
Jesus, they don't need
to hear this right now.
638
00:33:35,176 --> 00:33:37,244
Roger will handle it.
639
00:33:46,020 --> 00:33:48,621
- Well?
- They're screwing with us.
640
00:33:48,656 --> 00:33:50,657
Really?
641
00:33:50,691 --> 00:33:52,492
Daisy's gonna lose
their luggage.
642
00:33:52,526 --> 00:33:53,960
( chuckles )
643
00:34:09,709 --> 00:34:12,277
Well, apparently you
didn't get any of my calls.
644
00:34:12,311 --> 00:34:14,045
So I came down here
to your lair.
645
00:34:14,080 --> 00:34:16,114
Spare me the outrage, Pete.
646
00:34:16,148 --> 00:34:17,649
I'm tired of it.
647
00:34:20,452 --> 00:34:23,988
Tom, what are you doing?
648
00:34:24,022 --> 00:34:26,858
I know we're both
emotional and vulnerable,
649
00:34:26,892 --> 00:34:28,626

but I'm not the enemy here.


650
00:34:28,660 --> 00:34:30,895
I'm an adult, as are you.
651
00:34:30,929 --> 00:34:33,398
And if anything,
our relationship
652
00:34:33,432 --> 00:34:35,400
has shown over
the last seven years
653
00:34:35,434 --> 00:34:38,334
that I have
a very short memory.
654
00:34:38,369 --> 00:34:41,405
Now, what can I do
655
00:34:41,439 --> 00:34:42,972
to bring you back to reality
656
00:34:43,007 --> 00:34:45,341
in this obviously
impulsive decision?
657
00:34:45,376 --> 00:34:48,945
My daughter is a princess.
658
00:34:48,979 --> 00:34:52,015
She could have had anyone.
659
00:34:52,049 --> 00:34:55,017
I knew there was a reason
you never wanted children.
660
00:34:55,051 --> 00:34:58,153
You have no business
being a father.
661
00:34:58,187 --> 00:35:01,290
You just pressed
the button, Tom.
662
00:35:01,324 --> 00:35:03,258
You just blew everything up.

663
00:35:03,293 --> 00:35:06,729
Well, it makes me sick
thinking about the man I saw
664
00:35:06,763 --> 00:35:08,863
being with my daughter
and my granddaughter.
665
00:35:08,898 --> 00:35:10,665
Why don't you look
in the mirror?
666
00:35:10,699 --> 00:35:13,000
You can walk out like a man
667
00:35:13,035 --> 00:35:15,670
or I can have you thrown out
like the lowlife you are.
668
00:35:21,176 --> 00:35:23,210
If I have as low character
as you say,
669
00:35:23,245 --> 00:35:24,711
why would you
push me like this?
670
00:35:24,746 --> 00:35:26,513
You'll do the right thing.
671
00:35:28,516 --> 00:35:30,417
( scoffs )
672
00:35:33,988 --> 00:35:36,757
The paint fumes
are making me sick.
673
00:35:38,426 --> 00:35:39,960
I got the windows open.
674
00:35:39,994 --> 00:35:41,727
It'll be dry
in a couple of days.
675
00:35:41,762 --> 00:35:43,563
And when am I gonna

be able to walk around


676
00:35:43,597 --> 00:35:45,498
my apartment in bare feet?
677
00:35:45,532 --> 00:35:47,400
Soon.
We're fixing it up.
678
00:35:47,435 --> 00:35:50,136
In here, yes.
But out there?
679
00:35:50,171 --> 00:35:52,372
Those kids are living
on our stoop
680
00:35:52,406 --> 00:35:55,575
lighting firecrackers
and playing their music.
681
00:35:55,609 --> 00:35:57,509
And you keep waving to them.
682
00:35:57,543 --> 00:35:59,544
Look, the neighborhood
is changing.
683
00:35:59,579 --> 00:36:01,013
We're a part of that.
684
00:36:01,047 --> 00:36:02,514
I don't like change.
685
00:36:02,548 --> 00:36:04,183
I want everything to stay
the way it was.
686
00:36:04,217 --> 00:36:05,985
I don't think
you understand, babe.
687
00:36:06,019 --> 00:36:09,388
Everything's getting better.
Johnson's gone.
688
00:36:09,422 --> 00:36:11,290

The war is gonna end.


689
00:36:11,324 --> 00:36:13,358
We're gonna have a new
president no matter what.
690
00:36:13,392 --> 00:36:16,461
Maybe McCarthy.
Worst case, Kennedy.
691
00:36:16,495 --> 00:36:19,063
I love Bobby Kennedy.
692
00:36:19,098 --> 00:36:21,099
Ted:
<i>Fine.</i>
693
00:36:23,568 --> 00:36:27,138
If that's what you want.
694
00:36:29,207 --> 00:36:31,541
I just want you to kiss me.
695
00:36:46,156 --> 00:36:48,790
( <i>"Palo Mayombe" playing</i> )
696
00:36:58,674 --> 00:37:00,475
( sighs )
697
00:37:01,944 --> 00:37:04,579
( <i>"Gabriel" playing</i> )
698
00:37:11,219 --> 00:37:13,253
Damn it.
699
00:37:15,390 --> 00:37:17,425
Hello to you, too.
700
00:37:17,459 --> 00:37:19,760
What the hell
are you doing in Detroit?
701
00:37:19,795 --> 00:37:23,162
My doctor recommended
an ocean voyage.
702

00:37:23,196 --> 00:37:25,197


Can I get one of those?
703
00:37:25,232 --> 00:37:26,933
I don't believe this.
704
00:37:26,967 --> 00:37:29,335
I spent six weeks
on this pipe dream
705
00:37:29,369 --> 00:37:31,604
and it's gonna be over
in two seconds.
706
00:37:33,707 --> 00:37:35,575
( chuckles )
Hell, I knew I was good,
707
00:37:35,609 --> 00:37:37,943
but I didn't know
all I had to do was show up.
708
00:37:37,977 --> 00:37:40,178
You don't know what this means?
709
00:37:42,415 --> 00:37:44,416
It's not my job
to put you at ease,
710
00:37:44,451 --> 00:37:46,017
but just because
they brought us in
711
00:37:46,052 --> 00:37:47,586
at the last second
doesn't mean you're dead.
712
00:37:47,620 --> 00:37:49,521
Me?
We're both dead.
713
00:37:50,957 --> 00:37:52,758
I've had enough
psychological warfare today.
714
00:37:52,792 --> 00:37:54,592
- Why don't you take a table?
- Think about it.

715
00:37:54,626 --> 00:37:57,495
When it's two top 10 agencies
and me, I've got a chance.
716
00:37:57,529 --> 00:38:00,197
Now that there's two
little guys, we're DOA.
717
00:38:00,231 --> 00:38:02,867
I'm not worried.
I've got great work.
718
00:38:02,901 --> 00:38:05,970
Of course you do. And mine's
even better, I guarantee.
719
00:38:06,004 --> 00:38:08,372
You know how this works. They're
gonna take our creative
720
00:38:08,406 --> 00:38:10,807
and give it to one
of the big boys.
721
00:38:10,842 --> 00:38:14,143
Second place, tied with last.
722
00:38:16,714 --> 00:38:18,748
Come on, you know I'm right.
723
00:38:18,783 --> 00:38:21,518
So they want a name brand.
724
00:38:21,552 --> 00:38:23,487
- We had a car.
- So did we.
725
00:38:25,789 --> 00:38:27,756
It's not the same thing.
726
00:38:27,791 --> 00:38:29,492
It's the size of the team.
727
00:38:29,526 --> 00:38:31,226
It's opening an office
in Detroit.

728
00:38:31,260 --> 00:38:32,895
This is General Motors.
729
00:38:32,929 --> 00:38:34,964
They fight the war
with bodies on the ground.
730
00:38:36,432 --> 00:38:38,400
I saw Dancer at the airport.
731
00:38:38,434 --> 00:38:40,836
Looked like half my office.
732
00:38:44,373 --> 00:38:46,774
This business is rigged.
733
00:38:49,111 --> 00:38:50,879
Damn it.
734
00:38:50,913 --> 00:38:52,814
That's what I said.
735
00:38:52,848 --> 00:38:54,716
Sorry about that.
736
00:38:56,118 --> 00:38:58,886
I'm tired of this crap.
737
00:38:58,920 --> 00:39:01,989
I should just let Chevy buy
my brain and put it in a jar.
738
00:39:02,023 --> 00:39:03,289
Can I get another?
739
00:39:04,626 --> 00:39:06,560
Brain in a jar.
740
00:39:06,594 --> 00:39:08,629
Put it on your tombstone.
741
00:39:09,864 --> 00:39:12,933
"Here lies SCDP,
742

00:39:12,967 --> 00:39:15,568


the little company
with the big ideas."
743
00:39:15,602 --> 00:39:19,539
"CGC, giving away creative
one car at a time."
744
00:39:19,573 --> 00:39:21,440
( chuckles )
745
00:39:23,109 --> 00:39:25,144
So what did you go with?
746
00:39:26,713 --> 00:39:28,414
What, I show you mine,
you show me yours?
747
00:39:28,448 --> 00:39:31,016
What's the difference
at this point?
748
00:39:31,050 --> 00:39:33,251
You first.
749
00:39:33,285 --> 00:39:35,554
Okay, but I've got to stand up.
750
00:39:40,492 --> 00:39:43,728
This is a car for the young
and the young at heart.
751
00:39:43,763 --> 00:39:46,463
Because today nobody knows
where they're headed,
752
00:39:46,497 --> 00:39:48,632
but they're not afraid
of what's around the bend.
753
00:39:48,667 --> 00:39:51,869
Power plus design
equals adventure.
754
00:39:51,903 --> 00:39:55,372
Throw the map out the window
and hit the road, Jack.

755
00:39:55,406 --> 00:39:56,941
Then I sing the song.
756
00:40:01,145 --> 00:40:03,312
- That's good.
- No kidding.
757
00:40:06,917 --> 00:40:09,586
Just music.
People's faces.
758
00:40:09,620 --> 00:40:12,889
All kinds-- teenagers,
dads, moms.
759
00:40:12,923 --> 00:40:15,592
Different expressions
of wonder.
760
00:40:15,626 --> 00:40:18,426
What could this possibly be?
761
00:40:18,461 --> 00:40:20,128
It's so new,
762
00:40:20,162 --> 00:40:23,632
this combination of power,
763
00:40:23,666 --> 00:40:25,901
technology, comfort, and price
764
00:40:25,935 --> 00:40:28,870
that it's impossible
to imagine.
765
00:40:30,607 --> 00:40:33,241
But not at Chevy.
766
00:40:33,275 --> 00:40:35,009
The future
767
00:40:35,043 --> 00:40:37,344
is something you haven't
even thought of yet.
768
00:40:39,147 --> 00:40:42,149

You run that for a week,


769
00:40:42,183 --> 00:40:44,351
then you finally show the car.
770
00:40:47,823 --> 00:40:49,923
That's interesting.
771
00:40:49,957 --> 00:40:51,958
Hooray.
772
00:40:56,631 --> 00:40:58,498
( Ted sighs )
773
00:40:58,532 --> 00:41:00,500
So should we go home?
774
00:41:05,872 --> 00:41:08,273
We-775
00:41:08,307 --> 00:41:10,275
that's interesting.
776
00:41:10,309 --> 00:41:12,277
Why, you want to stay
just so Chevy
777
00:41:12,311 --> 00:41:14,146
can put a feather in your cap?
778
00:41:15,548 --> 00:41:17,215
I have a better idea.
779
00:41:17,250 --> 00:41:18,951
No, you don't.
I just heard it.
780
00:41:18,985 --> 00:41:20,719
This is why everyone hates you.
781
00:41:20,754 --> 00:41:23,287
Think about it.
782
00:41:23,321 --> 00:41:26,958
Both of us have the creative,

783
00:41:26,992 --> 00:41:29,260
but neither of us
have an agency to match.
784
00:41:33,999 --> 00:41:35,733
Why would I do that?
785
00:41:35,768 --> 00:41:37,601
Because we're dead.
786
00:41:39,503 --> 00:41:42,072
Even if I were to consider
that, Chevy calls the shots.
787
00:41:42,106 --> 00:41:45,008
Hey, Lieutenant,
788
00:41:45,043 --> 00:41:47,510
want to get into some trouble?
789
00:41:47,545 --> 00:41:49,512
How would that even work?
790
00:41:49,547 --> 00:41:53,150
Well, one of us, probably me,
791
00:41:53,184 --> 00:41:55,885
will have to figure out
a way to make Chevy
792
00:41:55,919 --> 00:41:57,753
think it was their idea
to combine our agencies.
793
00:41:57,788 --> 00:42:00,990
And then the other one,
let's say it was you,
794
00:42:01,024 --> 00:42:03,425
will have to figure out what the
hell we're going to present.
795
00:42:03,459 --> 00:42:05,861
Well, we have partners.
796
00:42:07,297 --> 00:42:09,565

Who aren't sitting in this bar.


797
00:42:09,599 --> 00:42:11,733
Can I get another?
798
00:42:13,535 --> 00:42:15,804
No, we're done.
799
00:42:19,575 --> 00:42:21,542
We've got a long night.
800
00:42:21,577 --> 00:42:25,046
[ <i>"Baby Jane (Mo Mo Jane)" playing</i> ]
801
00:42:27,115 --> 00:42:29,282
<i> My eyes were on the sparrow </i>
802
00:42:29,317 --> 00:42:31,618
<i> My feet were on the ground </i>
803
00:42:31,652 --> 00:42:34,054
<i> I used to walk</i>
<i>the straight and narrow </i>
804
00:42:34,089 --> 00:42:36,090
<i> Never fly around </i>
805
00:42:36,124 --> 00:42:38,058
<i> Till one night at a party </i>
806
00:42:38,093 --> 00:42:40,060
<i> I met you,</i>
<i>Baby Jane... </i>
807
00:42:41,762 --> 00:42:43,229
I want to make it clear,
808
00:42:43,263 --> 00:42:45,798
unless this works,
I'm against it.
809
00:42:45,833 --> 00:42:47,834
I was just saying
the same thing.
810
00:42:49,069 --> 00:42:50,203

Shall we?
811
00:42:50,237 --> 00:42:52,271
After you.
812
00:43:05,451 --> 00:43:08,353
<i>( door opens )</i>
813
00:43:12,625 --> 00:43:15,059
You're not supposed to be
here till the weekend.
814
00:43:15,093 --> 00:43:17,128
I don't like you surprising me.
815
00:43:17,162 --> 00:43:19,263
Sit down, Trudy.
816
00:43:19,297 --> 00:43:21,932
<i>( train whistle blows )</i>
817
00:43:26,838 --> 00:43:29,773
Did you know your father
pulled his business?
818
00:43:29,807 --> 00:43:31,741
No.
819
00:43:31,776 --> 00:43:33,777
And I don't care, Peter.
820
00:43:33,811 --> 00:43:36,579
You understand that we were
going to be very rich,
821
00:43:36,613 --> 00:43:37,946
but he's ruined that.
822
00:43:37,981 --> 00:43:40,283
He's done everything for you.
823
00:43:40,317 --> 00:43:42,618
( scoffs )
He's a hypocrite, Trudy.
824
00:43:42,653 --> 00:43:45,154

Don't you dare


criticize my father.
825
00:43:49,859 --> 00:43:51,327
I guess it doesn't matter
826
00:43:51,361 --> 00:43:53,262
that I caught him
in a Midtown whorehouse.
827
00:43:53,296 --> 00:43:55,697
Just stop it right now.
828
00:43:55,731 --> 00:43:59,100
It's true. With a 200-pound
Negro prostitute.
829
00:43:59,134 --> 00:44:02,036
Ask him to his face.
830
00:44:02,070 --> 00:44:04,339
You'll say anything
to hurt me, won't you?
831
00:44:04,373 --> 00:44:06,140
He wanted it this way.
832
00:44:06,175 --> 00:44:07,676
He left me no other choice.
833
00:44:07,710 --> 00:44:10,277
You had lots of choices, Peter.
834
00:44:10,312 --> 00:44:12,346
We're done.
Get your things.
835
00:44:22,089 --> 00:44:23,691
<i>( intercom buzzes )</i>
836
00:44:23,725 --> 00:44:25,958
Phyllis: <i>Mr. Chaough
wants to see you.</i>
837
00:44:25,992 --> 00:44:28,761
- He's back?
- <i>That's all I know.</i>

838
00:44:40,173 --> 00:44:43,208
So, how'd it go?
839
00:44:43,242 --> 00:44:46,578
We got it.
We won Chevy.
840
00:44:49,349 --> 00:44:51,049
What are you doing here?
841
00:44:51,083 --> 00:44:53,084
We went in together.
842
00:44:53,118 --> 00:44:54,919
What?
843
00:44:54,954 --> 00:44:56,655
What are you talking about?
844
00:44:56,689 --> 00:44:58,756
They wanted our ideas
and a big agency,
845
00:44:58,790 --> 00:45:00,290
so we gave them both.
846
00:45:01,693 --> 00:45:03,761
Just for Chevy?
847
00:45:03,795 --> 00:45:05,863
No, we merged-848
00:45:05,897 --> 00:45:07,898
furniture, fixtures,
everything.
849
00:45:09,100 --> 00:45:11,769
I'm sorry, I don't understand.
850
00:45:14,037 --> 00:45:16,339
I did this wrong once before,
851
00:45:16,374 --> 00:45:18,842
so let me tell you
how great it's going to be

852
00:45:18,876 --> 00:45:20,910
and you can decide
if you want to come along.
853
00:45:20,944 --> 00:45:23,212
You are the copy chief
854
00:45:23,247 --> 00:45:25,582
at one of the top 25
ad agencies in the country.
855
00:45:25,616 --> 00:45:28,284
You're not even 30.
I'm jealous.
856
00:45:32,489 --> 00:45:34,590
I just bought an apartment.
857
00:45:35,592 --> 00:45:37,393
Congratulations.
858
00:45:42,966 --> 00:45:44,833
Are we moving?
859
00:45:44,868 --> 00:45:48,103
We are, and we'd like you
to write the press release.
860
00:45:48,137 --> 00:45:50,372
For what?
861
00:45:50,406 --> 00:45:52,407
We don't have a name yet,
862
00:45:52,441 --> 00:45:55,110
but make it sound
like the agency
863
00:45:55,144 --> 00:45:56,677
you want to work for.
864
00:45:59,648 --> 00:46:01,816
Who do I give it to?
865
00:46:01,850 --> 00:46:03,583

Give it to Ted.
866
00:46:24,871 --> 00:46:26,672
Peggy's voice:
<i>New York City,</i>
867
00:46:26,706 --> 00:46:29,342
<i>May 17, 1968.</i>
868
00:46:29,376 --> 00:46:31,644
<i>For immediate release.</i>
869
00:46:31,678 --> 00:46:34,846
<i>( music playing )</i>
870
00:46:40,520 --> 00:46:45,624
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