Mrs. Campbell: I hope that you can one day find what you and Manolo have found. I have waited long enough to experience the physical satisfactions of love.
Peggy: Did she go to China for that tea?

Abe: I thought you'd be braver. You're in advertising.
Peggy: Don't do this right now. I said I was sorry.
Abe: Your activities are offensive to my every waking moment. I'm sorry, but you'll always be the enemy.
Peggy: Are you breaking up with me?

Ted: What an old tune. The boss in love with his protege. Is this all me? Because that will help.
Peggy: I think about it.

Peggy: What are they doing? They're really still having the awards?
Don: What else are they going to do?

Peggy: Don't do anything stupid.
Abe: Hey, it's too late. I'm going to Harlem in a tuxedo.

He's the head of accounts. He's like Roger, with bad breath.

Ted: Proof points: Has baking soda. Makes you nicer if you're stinky. Kills overly critical bacteria. Target: Professional women and other Olsons.
Peggy: Just give it to me.
Ted: Calm down. I think this is just somebody's idea of a joke.
Peggy: Of course when you want them to be funny, they're useless.

Save the fiction for your stories.

I think she's good at everything. I think she's just one of those girls.

Don: Don't you like it?
Peggy: No I do, just absorbing it.

Peggy: Someone dumped you?
Joan: Peggy, I'm just like everybody else.

Peggy: Are there others like you?
Michael: I don't know. I haven't been able to find any.

Mad Men Quotes

Peggy: You always say, if you don't like what they're saying about you, change the conversation.
Don: To what? What they're saying about us is true!

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

Bert