Originally Posted by acebreathe
Yeah had to look at him a couple of times before I realized whom it was. Joanna Going played his wife. Loved when Pete told Don he could use his apartment anytime like if he needed to stay over in the city, and Don gave him that look before telling him that he already lived there. Surprised Harry didn't get canned right away. Peggy might have had the better ad but neither agency got it so in the end what does it matter? The neighbor saying that she prays that Don finds peace was a nice ending to lat night's ep. Really liked this episode wanted it to keep going a little longer.
The scene in the restaurant with the swinger couple, Don, and Megan was fascinating. The waves of disapproval emanating from Don over the couple's proposition made me want to strangle the hypocritical twit. What the swingers do openly and in public, Don has done stealthily and behind the backs of two wives. Sheesh, die already!
I was disgusted by the perfidy Peggy's boss, Chaough, forced her into after she learned that Don's outfit was pitching Heinz Ketchup. I was pleased that the Chaough outfit lost out to a bigger agency in the end. Speaking of the sleazy Chaough, the oily guy from Heinz Ketchup is disgusting. I hope we ultimately get to see him get his comeuppance.