Don kisses Betty on the dance floor at Margaret's wedding. She'll later tell him she felt nothing when this happened.
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The Sterling Cooper reacts in horror during this scene from "The Grown-Ups." They are watching reports about JFK's assassination.
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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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Betty and Don sit for dinner at Margaret's wedding. It was an awkward occasion for everyone involved.
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The Drapers almost look like a normal family here, don't they? Going forward, perhaps they will be.
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Is this the scene that changes the Draper marriage forever? Betty confronts Don about his past.
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Don Draper's workd is changing around him. How will he adjust to it?
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Roger resents Don at this point. But he had to fake it during his introduction speech at the big Sterling Cooper party.
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Mad Men Quotes

Joan: I thought about it and I'm sending my son away.
Richard: What?
Joan: No, I thought about what you said and I like you, too. And if I have to choose between you and my son, I choose you.
Richard: That's not what I said.
Joan: That's exactly what you said.
Richard: Well, I thought about it and I want to be a part of your life and your little boy, too.
Joan: I live with my mother and I've been divorced. Twice.
Richard: I'm buying some property in New York. Where do you live?
Joan: Twelfth Street.
Richard: OK. I'm not going to buy property down there [laughs], but I'm going to get a place in a nice neighborhood by the park and you're going to visit. All of you.

Don: Do you ever feel like there's less to actually do but more to think about?
Ted: Not really. Maybe I'm a bad manager. Maybe I'm too, what do they call it, 'hands on.'