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Mad Men

Seasons: 7
Episodes: 92
User ratings: 178,114
Average rating: 8.6


A drama about one of New York's most prestigious ad agencies at the beginning of the 1960s, focusing on one of the firm's most mysterious but extremely talented ad executives, Donald Draper.

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Smoke Gets in Your Eyes
New York City, 1960s. In the ego-driven Golden Age of advertising, everyone is selling something and nothing is what it seems.
User ratings: 3,072
Average rating: 8.2
Ladies Room
Don continues to conceal his complicated personal life, even in the face of Roger's invitation to open up.
User ratings: 2,256
Average rating: 7.6
Marriage of Figaro
Pete returns home from his honeymoon excited about his new marriage but conflicted about his past encounter with Peggy.
User ratings: 2,085
Average rating: 7.7
New Amsterdam
Pete is now feeling like the honeymoon phase of his marriage is over as he gets pressure from all sides. Trudy has found an apartment for them in upper Manhattan. Pete isn't sure he wants to live there or if they can afford it on what he considers his meager salary. He would have no issue in borrowing money from his father, but would feel emasculated in borrowing it from her father. He feels unappreciated at work, that feeling which is strengthened during a Bethlehem Steel post-meeting one-on-one debrief with Don. Pete tries to raise his own profile within the company by making what he considers a brilliant but unsanctioned maneuver, this move which could end up backfiring on him. Elsewhere in the office, Don and Rachel have an uncomfortable encounter while she is there for a meeting with anyone but Don. Meanwhile, Betty, based on a situation she literally walks into, learns more about Helen, who is more than willing to confide in who she considers a potential friend in the neighborhood. Out of this burgeoning friendship, Helen asks Betty for a last minute favor to sit with her two children while she goes to do volunteer work for the Kennedy campaign. During that babysitting session, Betty forms an unusual bond with Glen out of pity for Helen's situation. She obliges an unusual request by Glen which shows her warped sense of judgment.
User ratings: 1,950
Average rating: 8.0
Don and Roger are in a featured newspaper article about an advertising award they won on the company's behalf. That publicity ends up being unwanted publicity for Don, as he receives a visit at the office from someone from his past who saw the story's accompanying photo, a past that not only does no one at the office know about, but that even Betty does not know about. While Don tries to figure out what to do about the situation - he ultimately doing the only thing he feels he can do about it - he in turn places Peggy in a precarious situation, that precariousness based largely on what Peggy mistakenly believes Don is doing at that specific moment. The product Don develops for one of Sterling Cooper's clients, Liberty National Bank, is a metaphor for what he would like for his life in light of this problem. Meanwhile, Ken is happy to show and tell everyone at the office that he has just had a short story published in the Atlantic Monthly. Although initially outwardly happy for him, most of the other junior executives are quietly or not so quietly jealous, which brings out the wannabe writer in many of them. That jealousy soon becomes more open, Ken who has an appropriate response. One of those wannabe writers is Pete, perhaps the most jealous if only because he and Ken have the same job, this story which has given Ken a perceived upper hand in their parallel climb up the corporate ladder. Pete asks Trudy for a favor in the matter. The favor is difficult enough for Trudy to oblige, but it's the follow-up which may be more problematic for their marriage in showing where their differing individual priorities lie.
User ratings: 1,891
Average rating: 8.2
It's Mother's Day. Don is attending to his obligations to Betty, who admits how she feels about being his wife, but his mind is on his childhood following his recent unexpected and unwanted encounters with his half-brother, Adam. At the office, Don is heading a potential campaign for Tourism Israel, who wants to attract high end travelers. Don takes the opportunity to visit with who he considers his favorite Jew, Rachel, who later admits to her sister her true feelings for him. Don may get a better perspective of the client and his work on an evening out with Midge and her bohemian friend, Roy, the "anti-Don". Another Sterling Cooper client is Belle Jolie lipstick, which the male account executives feel ill equipped to work on. As such, they decide to hold a focus group brainstorming session with the female secretaries. Unlike the other secretaries clamoring at the wide array of lipstick colors offered to them, Peggy plays the more serious role that the male account executives watching behind the one-way mirror should be playing. And Roger wants to change the nature of his relationship to his mistress to one of exclusivity, she who has intimate knowledge of his "real" life from her vantage point. She, on the other hand based on that vantage point, has no illusions that her tryst with him is a long term scenario.
User ratings: 1,884
Average rating: 8.0
Red in the Face
At the end of a Thursday working day, Roger is looking for a little fun as Joan is heading off for an early weekend with her roommate Carol. So Roger is able to convince Don to go out for drinks, which further leads to Don inviting him home for dinner with his family. Roger's presence makes it a difficult evening for Betty in more ways than one. Don's reaction to the evening is based partly on news he gets from Betty's psychiatrist, Dr. Wayne. Dr. Wayne's assessment is supported by an incident Betty later has with Helen at the supermarket. Pete returns a duplicate wedding present to the department store. Unable get anything else besides store credit, even using what he considers his easy-going charm, he decides to buy a toy for himself. Besides Pete, only one other person seems caught up in at least the fantasy of the toy. The executives talk about the upcoming election, who the probable candidates will be and how they can best convince the Nixon campaign to use them as their ad agency. And an extended lunch, an ulcer and a broken elevator lead to Roger making an auspicious entrance into a business meeting.
User ratings: 1,805
Average rating: 8.1
The Hobo Code
Alone in the office early in the morning, Pete and Peggy, as the former deals with a personal crossroads and the latter a professional one, open up to each other in more ways than one. With a little sales job, one of those crossroads ends up being more satisfying than the other on the most part. They, however, are not as alone as they believe. Lois, new to the switchboard, has ulterior motives for getting lost in the office. She does not know that her tour will probably be all for not as witnessed by an incident later that evening at the Roosevelt Hotel. Bert gives Don a lucrative bonus and a little advice. What Don plans to do with the money doesn't quite come to pass. In a marijuana induced haze, Don can't help but think back to an incident with a hobo from his childhood that influenced who he is today and shaped his view of his family life at that time.
User ratings: 1,870
Average rating: 8.4
While Don and Betty are out at a Broadway play, they run into Jim Hobart, the head of rival advertising agency McCann Erickson, and his wife Adele. McCann is one of the bigger players on Madison Avenue, especially compared to Sterling Cooper. Jim courts both Don and Betty for different reasons. He wants Betty to audition for some modeling work for a Coke print campaign. He wants Don to come over to McCann, he trying to convince Don that Sterling Cooper's small size limits his opportunities. Betty is a little more eager than Don for the opportunity presented, and the overtures toward Betty are a little more public than toward Don. For Betty, the thought of modeling again - how she earned a living when she met Don - are exciting. She is, however, unaware that her getting the work is dependent upon Don's answer to Hobart, Don who is aware of the situation. Don vows to Betty that he will not ruin the opportunity for her, which is true to a degree. Regardless, Betty uses her new found sense of independence in a surprising way. Peggy becomes the center of attention by Joan and the junior male executives in a negative way. However unclear that that is the reason, one person ends up being her defender. And the executives are discussing how best to help the Nixon campaign in light of the moves by the Kennedy campaign, and a speech by Jacqueline Kennedy. Pete, with Harry's help, believes he has a solution, but that solution, which the two act upon without telling anyone, could end up backfiring on them.
User ratings: 1,770
Average rating: 8.3
Long Weekend
The Labor Day weekend is upcoming. Betty's father, Gene, and his girlfriend, Gloria, have stopped by the Draper house before they will all head to their waterfront recreational property for the long weekend. Betty hates Gloria, or at least the idea of who Gloria is in her father's life, especially as a replacement for Betty's deceased mother. With Mona and Margaret heading off on their own for the weekend, Roger wants to spend the weekend with Joan, who has other ideas based on what she has seen in Hollywood movies. As Joan ends up dealing with a last minute issue concerning her roommate Carol which has its own unexpected consequences, Roger looks for double the trouble with a much needed wingman, who becomes more important to Roger by the end of the evening. Before the weekend, the creatives brainstorm about how to tackle the issue of the pedestrian Nixon ads versus the happy Kennedy ads, which has had the result of Kennedy narrowing the gap in the polls, something that should never had happened. Don and the team also have a meeting with Menken's, this time with both Rachel and her father, which may make the final sell more difficult because of their differing views. Before the weekend begins, Don needs to turn to someone he feels he can trust to get a realistic perspective on his life.
User ratings: 1,708
Average rating: 8.3
Indian Summer
It's been one month since Roger's heart attack, he who is still recuperating. This situation negatively affects Joan's outward emotions, and may negatively affect the one account with which Roger is intimately involved, one of Sterling Cooper's largest: Lucky Strike. Bert has a short term solution that may or may not work to appease Lee Garner, Sr.'s concerns. As a reciprocal favor, a competing ad firm has provided Sterling Cooper with a new account, for a new weight loss device with no proved research that it actually works or reliable testimonials. The creative team decides to give it to Peggy to work on, she unaware that they chose her for more reasons than the good work she did on Belle Jolie, or that it is a device targeted primarily at women. Peggy ends up having a different than publicly advertised effect from the device, which may pose a problem or provide an opportunity. In advancing her career, Peggy finds that she is caught between her known world of Brooklyn versus her emerging world of Manhattan. Roger and Peggy's situations in combination may affect staffing at the office, upon which Pete hopes he can ride the wave. Don and Rachel continue their affair, each trying to figure out what it means in their respective lives, while Betty fantasizes about an extramarital opportunity of her own based on the heat wave that has settled over New York, that heat wave despite it being October. And Adam makes one last overture to connect with Don, his biological brother.
User ratings: 1,658
Average rating: 8.2
Nixon vs. Kennedy
It's US election day, 1960. With Bert and Don having left the office for the evening, a planned underground election party breaks out in the office. The upbeat mood of the party is largely dependent upon how Nixon is faring, but free flowing and large quantities of alcohol combined with something found in Paul's office change the focus of the gathering away from election results. With Don being made partner, he is in charge of hiring a new head of account services, a job which Pete is eying. It doesn't seem to be in the cards for Pete as Don has publicly paraded a series of candidates through the office, with one, Herman Phillips - nicknamed Duck - taken in to see Cooper. Pete contemplates using insider information - information he stole from Don's office - to get what he wants, not thinking that Don would have any other option than to give him the job. Don turns to the one person he feels he can, not so much for advice but for comfort. But the plight of someone else in the office may provide Don with a different perspective.
User ratings: 1,982
Average rating: 9.0
The Wheel
It's Thanksgiving in a few days, but the family nature of the holidays will be difficult for many to achieve. Don refuses to join Betty and the children with her family for the holidays, he balking at the notion of the long drive and short time to spend there. Harry has been sleeping at the office following the rift with his girlfriend, Jennifer, the fight because of his sexual liaison with Hildy. Pete is feeling emasculated by his father-in-law, Vick's executive Tom Vogel, who wants Pete to focus on Trudy and starting a family instead of work, which is all he wants to focus on following losing out on the head of accounts job. After finally looking at the box sent to him by Adam, Don reaches out to Adam only to find out what happened to him. And Francine has what she considers proof that Carlton has been cheating on her. Francine turns to Betty for comfort and advice, implying that Betty must know through what she is going. It does make Betty think about her own situation. What Betty finds out, using Francine's play-book, is not quite what she expects. But it makes Betty take decisive action about her own situation, either consciously or subconsciously. Meanwhile, Duck Phillips has started work at Sterling Cooper. He sets a directive for the accounts executives to be aggressive in obtaining accounts, that aggressiveness which he himself demonstrates by getting a meeting with Kodak possibly for their account for their new slide projector. As the projector recreates the wheel, they want the creative to reflect that aspect. Pete takes Duck's talk to heart, but the outcome of Pete's action is not quite what he expects or wants. And Peggy gets two pieces of unexpected news, one which could threaten her meteoric rise at Sterling Cooper.
User ratings: 2,146
Average rating: 9.0
For Those Who Think Young
On Valentine's Day, the staff of the Sterling Cooper Advertising Agency is hustling and checking out the newest office equipment. Don and Duck clash over an account, and Betty hears from an old friend.
User ratings: 1,568
Average rating: 7.8
Flight 1
A plane crash causes the firm to go after the account for the airline involved and drop the smaller airline they have an account with. Peggy pays a visit to her mother and sister, who are now guardians of a child.
User ratings: 1,504
Average rating: 8.0
The Benefactor
Trouble rises on the set of a commercial while Don plays hooky from the office.
User ratings: 1,491
Average rating: 8.0
Three Sundays
Freddy and Ken take a client out to lunch who stirs Roger Sterling's heart.
User ratings: 1,484
Average rating: 8.2
The New Girl
Joan finds Don the perfect secretary, and Don finds himself in the middle of issues between TV comedian Jimmy and his wife, Bobbie.
User ratings: 1,504
Average rating: 8.4
Don and Duck try to bury the hatchet, and Peggy attempts to join in on the execs' after-hours meetings. Also, Duck receives a family visit at the office.
User ratings: 1,433
Average rating: 8.1
The Gold Violin
Don is encouraged by Roger Sterling to buy a flashy new car and he has his eye on a Cadillac Coupe de Ville. When Harry announces that he has a private meeting with Bert Cooper the next day, the staff speculates that it's probably to discuss his new, avant-garde painting. Don's new secretary, Jane, suggests they check it out. When Joan hears of it, she takes decisive action over what she sees as a major transgression but Jane has her own plan. When Ken asks Sal to read a new short story, Sal invites him to Sunday dinner. It's pretty obvious that he has more than just a passing interest in Ken. Don and Betty attend a party at the Stork Club hosted by comedian Jimmy Barrett where he tells Betty of his wife's affair with Don.
User ratings: 1,471
Average rating: 8.5
A Night to Remember
Betty becomes suspicious that Don is having an affair after her conversation with Jimmy Barrett, Joan helps out in the television department, and Peggy helps the church with a dance flyer.
User ratings: 1,453
Average rating: 8.4
Six Month Leave
Don checks in to a hotel after his separation from Betty. Back at the office, he is forced to get rid of Freddy against his will because of his drinking problem.
User ratings: 1,455
Average rating: 8.6
The Inheritance
Don and Betty try to keep up appearances as they go to Betty's parents after her dad has a stroke. Peter has a long-dreaded meeting with his mother before he and Kinsey leave for a convention in Los Angeles.
User ratings: 1,397
Average rating: 8.0
The Jet Set
Don blows off the convention in Los Angeles when he meets a beautiful, exotic woman. Back at Sterling Cooper, a member of the creative staff comes out of the closet, and Duck falls off the wagon and initiates his power play.
User ratings: 1,587
Average rating: 8.4
The Mountain King
Don drops off the Sterling Cooper radar and visits the wife of the man whose identity he stole. Back at the office, Bert and Roger consider the merger offer, Peggy makes a play for a real office, and Peter loses his father-in-law's account.
User ratings: 1,489
Average rating: 8.6
Meditations in an Emergency
Under the backdrop of the Cuban Missile Crisis, Don returns to New York just as Betty finds out that she is pregnant. Meanwhile, everybody at Sterling Cooper contemplates their futures as news of the merger slowly leaks out.
User ratings: 1,629
Average rating: 9.0
Out of Town
Don accidentally learns a secret about Salvatore during a business trip to Baltimore. Back at the office, the firings continue, but the new management appoints Peter and Ken as new co-heads of accounts.
User ratings: 1,444
Average rating: 8.3
Love Among the Ruins
Don is brought in to save the day for a P.R. campaign involving the building of the new Madison Square Garden, only to have the rug pulled out from under him. At home, Betty argues with her brother over how to care for their sick father.
User ratings: 1,328
Average rating: 7.9
My Old Kentucky Home
Roger Sterling throws an expensive party with his new wife, Joan throws a dinner party, Peggy and Paul get stoned while working on an ad campaign, and Don's daughter Sally steals money from her grandpa.
User ratings: 1,409
Average rating: 8.2
The Arrangements
Don has reservations about a misguided potential client who wants to sell jai alai as the "new national pastime." Meanwhile, Sal produces the "Patio" television commercial, Peggy searches for a roommate, and Betty's father passes away.
User ratings: 1,312
Average rating: 8.2
The Fog
Betty has hallucinations of her dead father as she delivers her baby, Peter considers trying to sell the untapped "Negro market" to a reluctant client, and Peggy begins to question her future at Sterling Cooper.
User ratings: 1,327
Average rating: 8.1
Guy Walks Into an Advertising Agency
The bosses come in from London to reorganize Sterling Cooper, but a key player's career is sidetracked by a freak accident. Meanwhile, as Joan prepares to leave her job, her husband gives her some bad news.
User ratings: 1,789
Average rating: 9.1
Seven Twenty Three
As Don secures an account with Conrad Hilton, Sterling and Cooper try to strong-arm Don into signing a contract. Meanwhile, Betty meets with her acquaintance from the governor's office, and Duck tries to get Peggy to leave Sterling Cooper.
User ratings: 1,363
Average rating: 8.5
Don and Betty renew their love affair while on a business trip to Rome, while Peter has a bout of infidelity with an au pair in his building while his wife is away.
User ratings: 1,303
Average rating: 8.1
Wee Small Hours
Betty tries to meet with Henry Francis again, while Don steps up his pursuit of his daughter's former teacher. At the office, Don disappoints Conrad Hilton and is forced by a client to fire Salvatore over an unwelcome advance.
User ratings: 1,277
Average rating: 8.2
The Color Blue
As Sterling Cooper prepares for its 40th anniversary party, the bosses in London drop a bombshell to Lane. Miss Farrell's troubled brother pays a visit to her and Don, and Betty stumbles onto her husband's secrets.
User ratings: 1,322
Average rating: 8.4
The Gypsy and the Hobo
An old flame and potential client reenters Roger Sterling's life, Joan's husband searches for a new job, and Don finally comes clean to Betty about his true identity.
User ratings: 1,728
Average rating: 9.2
The Grown-Ups
On the weekend of the John F. Kennedy assassination, Pete finds out that he lost the promotion to Cosgrove, Roger Sterling's daughter's wedding goes off as planned, and Betty musters up the courage to respond to Don's confessions.
User ratings: 1,524
Average rating: 8.9
Shut the Door. Have a Seat
With another sale on the horizon, Sterling, Cooper, and Draper convince Lane Pryce to fire them and then join them as they start up a new advertising firm. At home, Betty follows through with her plans to divorce Don.
User ratings: 2,754
Average rating: 9.6
Public Relations
The new firm is struggling for business, so Peter and Peggy resort to a cheap publicity stunt to lure a client. Meanwhile, Don's personal problems and an unflattering newspaper interview puts his and the firm's image in jeopardy.
User ratings: 1,504
Average rating: 8.6
Christmas Comes But Once a Year
Freddy returns with a valuable new client, the firm reluctantly throws a Christmas party for its most important client, and Don prepares for his first Christmas away from his children.
User ratings: 1,319
Average rating: 8.3
The Good News
Don flies to Los Angeles to visit Anna before his New Year's vacation to Acapulco, but her bad news influences him to cancel his vacation and return to New York, where he discovers that Lane has problems of his own.
User ratings: 1,395
Average rating: 8.7
The Rejected
Peter finds out that he will become a father, and has to break some bad business news to his father-in-law. Meanwhile an office focus group study for a client has some unintended personal consequences for Don.
User ratings: 1,297
Average rating: 8.4
The Chrysanthemum and the Sword
Don is forced to compete with a cocky upstart rival for a potential account with Honda motorcycles, but Roger's prejudice causes unexpected problems. Meanwhile Betty considers a psychiatrist for Sally because of her behavior.
User ratings: 1,356
Average rating: 8.7
Waldorf Stories
Don has a wild lost weekend after winning a CLIO award, while Peggy is forced to work all weekend in a hotel room with an "uninspired" co-worker. Meanwhile, Peter is livid after he learns that the other partners hired Ken Cosgrove.
User ratings: 1,378
Average rating: 8.6
The Suitcase
Don deliberately delays returning an important call from California, because he knows it's bad news about Anna. Instead, he keeps himself occupied by forcing Peggy to miss her birthday dinner to pull an all-nighter with him for a client.
User ratings: 3,476
Average rating: 9.7
The Summer Man
While Don's thoughts turn inward while he deals with Anna's death, Peggy is placed in a difficult situation when an obnoxious new hire in the creative department is disrespectful to Joan.
User ratings: 1,405
Average rating: 8.7
The Beautiful Girls
Sally makes an unwelcome surprise visit to the office to see Don, Peggy tries to stop an acquaintance from publishing an article that could get her in hot water, and Roger Sterling tries to reconnect with Joan.
User ratings: 1,407
Average rating: 8.8
Hands and Knees
Don becomes frightened that his lie will be exposed when government agents question Betty about him, Lane has shocking news for his father when he comes to bring him home, and Joan is forced to have an abortion.
User ratings: 1,292
Average rating: 8.7
Chinese Wall
The partners try to keep their cool after they discover that Roger has lost their biggest account, Peter's wife goes into labor, and Don tries to convince Faye to compromise her ethics to drum up new business.
User ratings: 1,208
Average rating: 8.5
Blowing Smoke
Don makes a bold, desperate move to save Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce, but the other partners are furious with his actions. Meanwhile, Sally's psychiatrist suggests that she is improving, but Betty is skeptical.
User ratings: 1,325
Average rating: 8.9
Don takes the kids to California and comes back with a surprise announcement. Meanwhile, Betty fires the kids' nanny before they move out of the old house over one questionable incident, and Peggy gets a shot at a new account.
User ratings: 1,567
Average rating: 9.0
A Little Kiss, Part 1
Megan throws Don a surprise birthday party, the war between Pete Campbell and Roger Sterling intensifies, and new mother Joan begins to wonder if she still has a job when she's ready to come back.
User ratings: 1,596
Average rating: 8.6
A Little Kiss, Part 2
Megan is hurt by Don's negative response to the surprise party, Lane finds a missing wallet in a cab, Joan makes an unexpected visit to the office, and Pete makes a play for a bigger office.
User ratings: 1,362
Average rating: 8.6
Tea Leaves
Betty discovers that she has a tumor, Peggy interviews an obnoxious young copywriter for a job, the firm tries to get the Mohawk Airlines account back, and Don and Harry try to court The Rolling Stones to record a commercial.
User ratings: 1,299
Average rating: 8.0
Mystery Date
Don runs into someone from his past. Joan makes a decision, and Roger gives Peggy extra work.
User ratings: 1,410
Average rating: 8.6
Signal 30
While Lane needs some help closing with a potential new client, Peter begins to crack under the pressure of both his home life and work life.
User ratings: 1,664
Average rating: 9.0
Far Away Places
A peaceful hotel getaway ends in disaster for Don and Megan, an LSD trip could have a disastrous effect on Roger's marriage, and Peggy loses her cool after an unsuccessful pitch meeting.
User ratings: 1,847
Average rating: 9.1
At the Codfish Ball
Don gets a visit from the in-laws and his children just as he's about to receive a prestigious award and tries to save the Heinz account. Meanwhile, Peggy and her boyfriend take the next step in their relationship.
User ratings: 1,389
Average rating: 8.7
Lady Lazarus
Megan convinces Don that she should give up her job at the firm so that she can pursue a career on Broadway, while Peter has a fling with an acquaintance's wife.
User ratings: 1,279
Average rating: 8.3
Dark Shadows
A depressed Betty tries to make things uncomfortable for Don and Megan, Roger tries to take out some secret weapons for a meeting with a prospective Jewish client, and Don makes a snap judgment that angers the creative department.
User ratings: 1,208
Average rating: 8.1
Christmas Waltz
Lane searches for a way to get rid of a sizable debt, the firm prepares to pull out all the stops when it gets a second chance to land Jaguar as a client, and Don tries to comfort Joan when she reaches her breaking point.
User ratings: 1,265
Average rating: 8.3
The Other Woman
Peter asks Joan to make an unspeakable sacrifice to help secure the Jaguar account, Peggy prepares to make a drastic move in response to Don's treatment, and Megan's acting career begins to create tension with her and Don.
User ratings: 1,995
Average rating: 9.4
Commissions and Fees
Lane's entire world comes crashing down after getting busted for forging Don's signature on a check, and Sally experiences an awkward rite of passage while spending the weekend with the Drapers.
User ratings: 1,822
Average rating: 9.4
The Phantom
As the partners consider expanding the office space, Don begins seeing ghosts and gets a request to advance Megan's acting career. Meanwhile, Peter's affair comes to a disappointing end, and Megan's mom briefly reunites with Roger.
User ratings: 1,425
Average rating: 8.6
The Doorway, Part 1
Don and Megan take a trip to Hawaii for the holidays, Sally's friend visits the Francis family, a comedian torpedoes Peggy's Super Bowl ad campaign, and Roger gets some bad news about his mother.
User ratings: 1,441
Average rating: 7.7
The Doorway, Part 2
Don strikes up a friendship with the surgeon in his building, Peggy tries to save her campaign, Roger makes a scene at his mother's funeral, and Betty goes to Manhattan to find Sally's friend.
User ratings: 1,306
Average rating: 7.8
While Don continues his affair with Sylvia, Pete's latest infidelity threatens his marriage. Meanwhile, Peggy's icy relationship with her new staff continues, but she also gets an unlikely tip on a potential new client.
User ratings: 1,263
Average rating: 8.0
To Have and to Hold
Don works in secret on a Heinz ketchup campaign while Megan gets a love scene on the set of her soap opera. Meanwhile, Harry makes his power play while Joan has more trouble with the secretaries.
User ratings: 1,221
Average rating: 8.2
The Flood
Set among the events surrounding Martin Luther King's assassination, Peggy tries to get a new apartment, Ginsberg is set up on a date, and Don has a revelation during his weekend with the kids.
User ratings: 1,277
Average rating: 8.3
For Immediate Release
As the firm prepares to go public, Don and Pete's actions cause them to lose two huge clients. However, Roger uses a new connection to put them in position to gain their biggest client ever.
User ratings: 1,463
Average rating: 8.9
Man with a Plan
Things quickly become awkward after the two firms merge, Don asserts his dominance over Sylvia, Pete has to deal with his ailing mother, and Bob Benson helps out a sick Joan.
User ratings: 1,204
Average rating: 8.1
The Crash
The creative department has a wild, drug-influenced weekend as they work on the Chevy account, Don has trouble letting go of Sylvia, and Sally walks in on an unwelcome intruder.
User ratings: 1,510
Average rating: 8.7
The Better Half
Peggy becomes unsatisfied with her apartment and with Abe, Don has an eventful weekend with Betty while Megan has problems on the set, Roger has time with his grandson, and Pete begins exploring his options outside the firm.
User ratings: 1,270
Average rating: 8.4
A Tale of Two Cities
Cutler and Chaough prepare to make radical changes to the firm while Sterling and Draper are visiting a client in Los Angeles. Joan's decision to go after a new account on her own leaves Pete furious and frustrated.
User ratings: 1,158
Average rating: 8.2
Don is preoccupied with keeping Sylvia's son from being drafted, Peggy has a rat in her apartment, Don and Ted bury the hatchet, Pete has a problem with his mother's new nurse, and Sally makes an accidental discovery about her father.
User ratings: 1,289
Average rating: 8.8
The Quality of Mercy
Don renews his battle with Ted after seeing his relationship with Peggy, Sally interviews at a boarding school, and Pete discovers Bob Benson's background.
User ratings: 1,180
Average rating: 8.6
In Care Of
With his personal and professional life crumbling around him, Don positions himself for a change of scenery. Meanwhile, Pete's life is falling apart as well, thanks to the meddling of Bob Benson.
User ratings: 1,561
Average rating: 9.2
Time Zones
It's January 1969 and Don has yet to return to work. As a partner, he's still being paid and he takes the opportunity to to go to Los Angeles to visit Megan who is trying to get her acting career going. At SCP, Ken Cosgrove is feeling the pressure as head of accounts. The business has grown with Pete Campbell in L.A. and Bob Benson in Detroit. He asks Joan to meet with the new head marketing at Butler shoes. When she does, he tells her they may be moving their advertising in house. Joan goes on the offensive. Peggy meanwhile isn't much fun with her new boss who doesn't have much excitement for the job and she is again feeling under appreciated. Peggy is getting good ideas from freelancer Fred Rumsen but Fred has his own source of inspiration. Roger continues to explore his alternative lifestyle and is surprised when his daughter invites him out for Sunday brunch.
User ratings: 1,397
Average rating: 8.0
A Day's Work
Sally discovers that Don is not working, Pete lands a big account but is undercut by management, and Joan is forced to move some secretaries around after Lou and Peggy have some problems.
User ratings: 1,279
Average rating: 8.5
Field Trip
After a fight with Megan during a surprise trip to California, Don decides it's time to get back to work. Meanwhile, Betty joins Bobby on a field trip to a farm.
User ratings: 1,323
Average rating: 8.7
The Monolith
Don returns to work, but quickly falls off the wagon after learning that he's been assigned to Peggy. Meanwhile, Roger and his ex-wife go to a commune to rescue their daughter, who has abandoned her child.
User ratings: 1,217
Average rating: 8.6
The Runaways
While Lou becomes the object of ridicule for the copy writers, Don tries to get away to California after a call from his pregnant niece. Meanwhile, the new office computer drives Ginsberg to the brink of insanity.
User ratings: 1,286
Average rating: 8.6
The Strategy
Peggy has second thoughts about her Burger Chef campaign when Don is asked to pitch her commercial, Pete visits his wife and daughter on his trip back to New York, and Bob Benson gets some surprising news from G.M. about the account.
User ratings: 1,446
Average rating: 9.0
Don and Peggy prepare to pitch to Burger Chef, one day after the Apollo Moon Landing. Meanwhile, a power struggle in the firm between Sterling and Cutler leaves Don's future hanging in the balance.
User ratings: 2,106
Average rating: 9.5
Don is oddly drawn to a diner waitress as he learns about the loss of an old acquaintance, Peggy and Joan are disrespected by a chauvinistic client, and Cosgrove is in for big changes after his biggest business connection retires.
User ratings: 1,389
Average rating: 8.3
New Business
While Megan comes to New York with her mother and sister to collect her belongings, Don has a romance with the waitress. Meanwhile, Peggy and Stan work with a famous photographer on a commercial shoot.
User ratings: 1,246
Average rating: 8.0
The Forecast
Don decides to sell his apartment, Joan stumbles into a relationship while on a trip to Los Angeles, Glen tells Betty and Sally that he is going to Vietnam, and a copywriter gets in trouble for his rude behavior to a client.
User ratings: 1,270
Average rating: 8.5
Time & Life
The partners discover that the firm is losing its independence and there's nothing they can do about it. Peggy is not sure if she wants to come along. Meanwhile, Pete and Trudy have trouble getting their daughter into private school.
User ratings: 1,365
Average rating: 9.0
Lost Horizon
Don goes AWOL from McCann Erickson in the middle of a meeting. Joan quickly gets fed up with the sexism at the new firm. Roger and Peggy put off reporting to their new jobs as long as possible.
User ratings: 1,452
Average rating: 9.0
The Milk and Honey Route
Don is stuck in Oklahoma after his car breaks down. Betty discovers that she is not in good health. Pete gets an unexpected job offer that could enable him to get his life with Trudy and his daughter back.
User ratings: 1,609
Average rating: 9.2
Person to Person
Don's journey ends in California with Anna's niece, Stephanie, where he contemplates his future. Roger decides to marry Megan's mother, Marie. Joan has a business proposition for Peggy, who is coming to terms with her feelings for Stan.
User ratings: 2,715
Average rating: 9.3
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