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post #451 of 760
Did anyone else think for a minute there that Pete was going to call Peggy at the end there and they were going to bang again? Peggy seems like she's itching to get fucked and Pete doesn't seem to be completely over her.
post #452 of 760
Peggy is certainly interested in getting banged. Hell, she even seemed to indicate she'd be up for a threesome last night.
post #453 of 760
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Originally Posted by ChetB View Post

The Sally incident was brutal.

+1. Holy shit was that awkward and uncomfortable.
post #454 of 760
Here I thought Bob Benson was out to get some enormous ginger boobs but he's just the gay friend.
post #455 of 760
Even the scene with Sylvia crying and punching the bed was hard to watch. I dont think Pete and Peggy are into each other at all.

So is Ted's whole idea of two sides to the office just in his head? Don didn't seem receptive to anything he was saying about Sunkist. Don really didn't care about the company name beyond what sounded good and was easy on the tongue.

Stan calling out Peggy was funny. "I'll make it worth your while." "No you wont."

http://i.imgur.com/UgGoUf3.jpg

post #456 of 760
Sally, "I was just comforting Mrs Rosen"

Yeah, he was
post #457 of 760
Nice one about Peggy's mom and the cat.

My jaw hit the floor when Sally saw Don and Sylvia; it didn't pick up until a long while after.
post #458 of 760
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This event may push her to cross the line of promiscuity and just not care, just like her dad.

I half-expect a reveal of her losing her virginity to one of her Model UN classmates very soon.

Also, LOL at the doorman's reaction to Don getting off the elevator:

"Mr. Draper, I didn't know you was home."
post #459 of 760
Just saw it. Hoo boy.

Looks like we've got at least two creepsinuative players in the mix now - Bob, and Sally's new friend.

Maybe Bob is Bi? I don't see how he can develop much further with only one episode left.

Ultimately I think the whole rivalry thing is in Ted's head. That seemed clear once he and Don shook hands.

So did anyone else notice that the Drapers have a touch tone phone in their kitchen? Blooper or willful anachronism?
post #460 of 760
Ted is self obsessed and too sensitive. Son just doesn't give a damn about most things.
post #461 of 760
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Just saw it. Hoo boy.

Looks like we've got at least two creepsinuative players in the mix now - Bob, and Sally's new friend.

Maybe Bob is Bi? I don't see how he can develop much further with only one episode left.

Ultimately I think the whole rivalry thing is in Ted's head. That seemed clear once he and Don shook hands.

So did anyone else notice that the Drapers have a touch tone phone in their kitchen? Blooper or willful anachronism?

From wikipedia:

"Introduced by AT&T in 1963, the Touch-Tone system using the telephone keypad..."

Looks like it's not an anachronism after all.
post #462 of 760
Perhaps but still unlikely that they'd have one mounted on the wall in their kitchen.
post #463 of 760
Disagree, he and Megan are pretty modern people. As a wealthy NY executive, he'd probably be one of the people who had it early on especially since It is 1968ish now.
post #464 of 760
They moved in and had their place fully decorated in a very modern style all since the touchtone phone was available.

Their TV has a remote control.
post #465 of 760
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Originally Posted by archibaldleach View Post

+1. Holy shit was that awkward and uncomfortable.

I thought it was great. Nice to see Don get his shit thrown back at his face. Very fun episode. Thought the Benson/Campbell scene was awkward - I didn't get why Benson was suddenly coming on to Pete (at least that's what it seemed like).
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