Mad Men Season 7 Episode 12: "Lost Horizon" Quotes
Hobart: No. Find a way to get along, or you can expect a letter from our lawyer.
Joan: I wonder how many women around here would like to speak to a lawyer. I think the Equal Opportunity Commission has one.
Hobart: Women love it here. You want to threaten us? You'll be all alone.
Joan: No. I think the second I file a complaint, I'll have the ACLU in my office. And Betty Friedan in the lobby with half the women who marched down Fifth Avenue. I guess you didn't see the headline about what happened at Ladies' Home Journal. Or Newsweek.
Peggy: It just looks good now, but it was miserable when you were in it. Trust me.
Roger: Is that really how you're gonna remember this place?
Peggy: Would you drink vermouth?
Roger: Yes, I'm afraid I would.
It's a big place and I asked the wrong person for help and I don't think I can get our of it.Joan
Ferg: Joan, see it from his side. He has a wife and three children, he's not gonna work for a girl. What's he gonna say to a client? She's my boss?
Joan: It happens all the time now. Peggy Olson was our Peggy Chief.
Ferg: It's different with a bunch of writers fresh out of Columbia. And honestly, I doubt that's gonna continue here anyway.
Jim: Have you said it yet?
Jim: Have you introduced yourself?
Don: I'm Don Draper from McCann Erickson.