A fairly good episode, can't say it's dissapointing, but the steam did ran out a few episodes ago, still, like t3cii said, we've been left with TONS of drama for the next season
! Game on I say !
I just realized we didn't see Cooper in this episode. So he really did quit. I know he was sort of a minor character but his exit wasn't as dramatic as it should have been.
Perhaps, but Cooper became so useless as a character that he didn't even merited a dramatic exit.
When did Harry become such a creepy perv? He's always been a shmuck, but lately he's proved himself to be no better than the guys were in season 1. I think his position has gone to his head.
Nothing new to me, all that was missing was Paul Kinsey by the side.
In contrast, Ken seems like a very upright guy. He firmly tells Don and co that he won't jeopardize the relationship with his father in law, saying his home life is his actual life. He's able to divorce himself from his job in a way that Don is unable (unwilling?) to do. Is Don envious in that scene? Or so surprised that he's never been able to do what Ken does with his own home life?
Ken kinda surprised everyone with that comment, if he hadn't got the account with Peggy then his head could've gone to the chopping block.
Betty is a colossal BITCH! Nothing more needs to be said
Motörhead should make a song called "Betty, Bitch Among Bitches".
She really outpassed herself on this one !
I think the moment Don realizes Megan is the one is when Sally (or "Thally" if you prefer) spills the milkshake. Betty would have freaked, but Megan just brushes it off like it's no big deal.
I liked this scene, it reminds me of the moment from season 1 when Don threw Bobby's toy against the wall out of frustration for Betty's annoyance, as I've always said, Betty's always been better partner than mother.
It was nice to see Peggy and Joan sitting around, smoking and cracking wise. Besides being the rare bonding moment, they seem like the only two who really knows how it goes down in the office.
I didn't realize until that scene how long we've been without "Joan VS Peggy" moments
So Joan is going to have Roger's baby, but pass it off as Greg's. I think if anything this season has given us some drama to work with for next season.
I was watching that scene, and all along I was thinking: