Don has a less than satisfying telephone conversation with Dawn, the ultimate problem being Don's remote location and Dawn having other priorities in the office. Then, Don has a telephone conversation with Alan Silver, Megan's agent, which leads to Don making a last minute trip to Los Angeles to surprise Megan. The surprise also ends up being ultimately less than satisfying for both. Next, Don sets up a meeting with Dave Wooster to talk business, which again ends up being a little less than Don wanted. All these events make Don come to the realization that he wants and is ready to go back to work at Sterling Cooper. As such, he talks to the one partner he believes is on his side: Roger. After speaking to Roger, what Don anticipates when he walks back into the office and what happens are two totally different things. Beyond each partner's belief when Don was put on leave, what happens is affected by an earlier meeting in which Harry was required to put out a fire on behalf of Jim. ...
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Although credited, Vincent Kartheiser (Pete Campbell), Kiernan Shipka (Sally Draper) & Kevin Rahm (Ted Chaough) do not appear in this episode. See more
When Dawn asks Don about his lunch order, she says, "Chicken salad on rye and a Nesbitt's." [an orange soda that was popular in the 60s] Don confirms the order, but when he's actually shown eating his lunch, the soda bottle in front of him is a Coca-Cola bottle. See more
[to Betty, about his teacher
She likes you.
Yes, well, that blouse says she likes everyone.
References Mr. Deeds Goes to Town
Scheherazade, Op. 35: I. The Sea And Sinbad's Ship
Written by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov See more