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Series 5 - Episode 4
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So now we know: Don Draper is happy. Yes, happy. The man who made dark preoccupation look sexy is romping like a puppy with his new wife – his former secretary Megan. Not surprising, as she does the housework in her bra and knickers and did a memorably coquettish song-and-dance routine at that ill-advised “surprise” 40th birthday party she threw for her husband.
But surely Don’s not the kind of man to remain cocooned in bliss for too long, despite all that nooky on the carpet of the Drapers’ New York flat. Maybe all that is about to change when he meets a figure from his past.
Senior partner Roger Sterling heaps work on an already put-upon Peggy, while Don is taken aback when he runs into a face from his past. Meanwhile, Joan realises she must make a decision. Drama set in a 1960s Manhattan advertising agency, starring Jon Hamm, Elisabeth Moss, Christina Hendricks, John Slattery and Vincent Kartheiser.
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