Don and the agency are up for an award for their Glo Coat ad, Roger reflects on how he first met Don, and Peggy gets stripped for action and an old young face returns to the fold.
Don's secretive demeanour results in an unfavourable interview by a reporter, and Don struggles with a bathing suit account for which the client wants to project a wholesome image. Elsewhere, Pete and Peggy try to secure increased budget from a client with an ill-advised publicity stunt, and Roger attempts to find a girlfriend for Don, setting him up with a friend of his wife.
An impending deadline leaves the firm in disarray, as Don makes Peggy stay late to work on a Samsonite ad, missing a birthday dinner with her boyfriend, Mark. That night, Don receives a call from Anna's niece confirming his fears about her health, while a drunk Duck visits the SCDP offices in search of Peggy.
Don attempts to regain control over his life through physical changes and journal writing. Betty forbids him from attending Eugene's birthday party and is flustered when she and Henry run into Don and Bethany on a date. Don's persistence with Faye results in an impromptu dinner date. Joey's sexism creates friction with Joan, forcing Peggy to take action.
An old friend returns to the fold, and the firm reluctantly throws a Christmas party for its most important client. Don prepares for his first Christmas away from his children and makes an indiscretion.
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