Keep that had held high, Peggy. You deserve more respect than you were given working under Don Draper.
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Peggy worries over a particularly difficult pitch on Mad Men. "Far Away Places" is the 6th episode in the show's 5th season.
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Welcome back, Mad Men. We've missed you! This is a photo from the fifth season opener.
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On "Chinese Wall," Peggy made a solid presentation to a client. Despite having lipstick on her teeth.
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You're looking at the beautiful girls, dubbed as such in the Mad Men episode "The Beautiful Girls."
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Poor Mrs. Blankenship. She had a good run on Mad Men, and then she gave us a funny death scene.
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It took a lot of yelling and some vomiting, but Don opened up to Peggy like never before on "The Suitcase." They even slept together... literally!
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Peggy has truly come into her own on season four of Mad Men. She's clearly the best employee at the new ad firm.
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Peggy has a new hairstyle for season four of Mad Men. What do you think of it?
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Why is Kinsey flashing Peggy a smile? Because he's on to her afternoon dalliances, though he has no idea they are with Duck.
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Peggy Olson is growing up before our very eyes. The Mad Men character is a woman in a man's world.
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Peggy has truly arrived as a copy writer. Showing off her new, daring side, she joined the boys in smoking up during a brain-storming session.
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Mad Men Quotes

It's been a pleasure working with you all. I wish you the best of luck.

Bert

Sally: What's her name?
Don: Bethany.
Sally: I don't like that.