|[We All Go A Little Mad]|
Peggy's Growing Up!
The way she rationalized Patio to Ken, Harry and Sal and how she's just really trying to come into her own at the firm is commendable. And I love how Roger tells her she's not like the other girls in the office with a big grin on her face. And is it just me or did the guy she sleep with look A LOT like Pete Campbell? Girl has a type!
I have nothing to say other than
damn Peggy is too adorable!
Bye Bye Birdiiiieeee!!!!
Pregnant Betty's Feeling Those Mood Swings
But in fairness to her, she did all that looking wonderful. How beautiful is she while pregnant?! Goodness, if the world ends and I get pregnant one day in the far future, I want to look like Betty. Girl looks impeccable. Her hair is sooooo pretty all the freaking time. And sorry, but her brother William is annoying. But more on that later.
Just Because I ♥ Roger
Their tag team is brilliant though. They won the account just like that. With Don doing the talking and Roger doing the backing up. The lunch he ordered sounded delish too. BUT REALLY the whole point of this is to showcase how utterly thick the sexual tension is with Roger/Joan. Come on, you know you could feel it. You both want it. Why do you BOTH have to be married?! The look Joan gave him and the smirk he gave her back. Ack. Be still my heart!
Roger: Good night Mrs. Harris.
Joan: [saunters away really sexily]
Did Don actually Keep it in his pants?
But really, look at Don taking charge in this episode. First with getting the Madison Square Garden account, which he sadly lost (I swear, Price is so being cursed by a lot of folk) and then talking to William. Which then leads me the Don Draper charms his way into my panties moment of the week. Look at Don doing right by Betty. I'm sure he doesn't know what the fuck he's getting into with letting Betty's dad stay with them, but for all his cheating, and general assholery, he's still looking out for Betty.
The finality of how he laid it down for William (though he really shouldn't be meddling), was kinda hot, in a I'm-Don-Draper-hear-me-roar kind of way. And look at the way he looked at Betty and the way she looked right at him knowing he had something to do with it. This is what's keeping them together.