In 1960s New York City, in the ego-driven Golden Age of advertising, everyone is selling something, and nothing is ever what it seems...
A rival ad agency courts Don, using Betty in their attempt to lure him from Sterling Cooper.
Don loses an account. Roger, stuck in the city for Labour Day weekend, attempts to cheer him up.
Roger's work problems provide new opportunities for Don, and Pete grows more frustrated.
On election night, the Sterling Cooper staff pulls a rowdy all-nighter while watching the returns.
As Thanksgiving approaches, Don's work responsibilities interfere with his domestic life.
It's Valentine's Day, and the Sterling Cooper advertising agency is hustling to stay on top of its game and buzzing over the newest office equipment.
Paul hosts a party at his apartment and introduces someone special to his colleagues. Peggy visits her family for dinner. Despite a conflict of interest, the Sterling Cooper agency pursues an airline account.
Trouble arises on the set of a commercial. Harry tries to gather support around a controversial sponsorship. Betty joins Don when he attempts to appease his clients with a friendly dinner.
Don and Betty enjoy a family weekend together. Sterling Cooper staffers work double time to prepare for a last minute pitch meeting.
Don once again finds himself having to deal with issues between TV comedian Jimmy and his wife, Bobbie. Joan finally finds Don the perfect secretary.
Don and Duck take a stab at making peace. Peggy tries to insinuate herself into the execs' after-hours meetings. Duck deals with a family visit at the office.
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