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See Character Development for the full version, but believe us, she's the preeminent example. Pete pretty much gets this when he's fired and rehired in the first season, and spends the rest of the show trying to catch up to where he thought he was. Roger in season one, and then periodically throughout the series.
In Season 5, he seems to make peace with being the "professor emeritus" of Accounts, and acts as a mentor to junior account exec Cosgrove. Season Four did quite a number on Don Draper.
Season Seven starts this way for Don, as his actions at the end of Season Six torpedoed his career at SCDP and trying to get things back on track ends up being a long Humiliation Conga for him. Previously, no matter how bad his personal life got, he could always just focus on his work ,but now even that has been taken from him.
Lyle Evans, and Bert promptly tells him to shut up. Two episodes later, we find out that Bert, in the middle of his sexual prime, got his testicles removed in an 'unnecessary' procedure performed by one Dr.
Lyle Evans years back. Early in "New Business", Roger tells Don that wives will always take more than their husbands are willing to give them in the divorce.
At the end of the episode, Don returns to his apartment after giving Megan a million dollars to find that she took all of his furniture. While that was actually Marie's doingDon has no way of knowing that.
Seasons usually have about 13 episodes. In "Commissions and Fees", this is subverted. Although Lane's attempt to use his Jaguar to asphyxiate himself fails, it is revealed at the end of the episode that he successfully hanged himself.
The Bus Came Back: Many characters pop up again after long absences. Smitty Smith resurfaces at a rival ad agency in "The Chrysanthemum and the Sword". Rachel Menken popped up in one episode after her affair with Don ended to let the viewers know she got married. She dies in the first episode of Season 7B.
He shows up again sober and working as a headhunter is Season 6. He pops up yet again towards the end of Season 7B, drinking heavily again but still working as a headhunter, and helping to resolve Pete's final story arc.
Freddy Rumsen rehabbed and sober returned to join SCDP two seasons after he was loaded into a taxi and shoved off for being a hopeless drunk. Midge, Don's Bohemian lover in the beginning of the first season, shows up in Season Four's "Blowing Smoke" after encountering him outside his office.
She's fallen on hard times. He's a Hare Krishna and a wannabe writer for Star Trek. Danny Siegel, the nerdy copywriter and in-law of Roger Sterling, pops up at a Hollywood party in Season 6's "A Tale of Two Cities" looking very California and apparently now in the movie business.
But Not Too Gay: Bob Benson in Season 6. Pete in season 1. He takes his revenge in the season finale. There are numerous subtle touches that make reference to previous events and imagery from previous episodes: Pete's gun from "Red in the Face" reappears occasionally throughout the series, as if solely to remind the viewer that he still has it.
In "A Night to Remember," while searching for evidence of Don's philandering, Betty rummages through his desk and stumbles upon several miscellaneous items - most prominently shown of these are a scrap of paper with his tag line for Right Guard from "Ladies Room" and the Valentine's Day card he got from Sally in "For Those Who Think Young.
At one point in "Six Month Leave," Jane presents Don with a bag containing new dress shirts that she bought for him. Attentive viewers will note from the bag that she went shopping at Menken's, alluding to the events of Season 1.
In "The Suitcase", when Don places his hand on Peggy's. In the pilot she placed her hand on his and he responded angrily "I'm not your boyfriend; I'm your boss. In season one's "New Amsterdam," Roger mentions that "more guys have gotten jobs" because of alcoholism than anything else.
Don quips "that's how I got in". In season four's "Waldorf Stories", we get to see how Don got his job at Sterling-Cooper — he got Roger drunk enough to forget whether or not he'd really offered Don a job.Alice Walker, welcome to Democracy Now! ALICE WALKER: Thank you so much.
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