Originally Posted by antneye
Did anyone else think, for a split second, that Peggy was going to get in the elevator and it wasn't going to be there?
just for a second.....
Count me in. I was thinking "Oh, no.....oh, no....."
On the subject of Joan....Shouldn't she have been a partner (or equivalent) before now? She was indispensable when SCDP did it's "panic weekend" founding. Multiple persons at the firm noticed the lag when she was gone. Maybe a silent partner, but she deserved some kind of stake in the (then) new company. It's lousy that she had to do what she did (and it seems that she didn't "have to" after all), but it got the job done. In some ways she was more integral to SCDP than Peggy, even if she wasn't "creative".