Peggy clashes with her new creative partner, and Don pitches under unusual circumstances.
Don and Pete disregard Roger's expectations in an effort to land an important new client.
An edict from Roger and Lane puts Pete in a personal dilemma.
Don makes a jaunt to Acapulco, while back at the office, Lane and Joan get into a serious disagreement.
The agency's Christmas party is nearly spoiled by the late arrival of a surprise and not-so-welcome visitor.
Don's reluctance to talk about himself jettisons a prestigious trade-paper interview that the company was hoping would be a boon to business.
MAD MEN, winner of 3 consecutive Golden Globes(R) and back-to-back Emmys(R) for Outstanding Drama Series, returns for a new season rife with possibilities. Last season stunned audiences with its cliffhanger finale, as Don Draper's professional and personal lives unexpectedly imploded. This year, Jon Hamm and the rest of the breakout ensemble continue to captivate us as they grapple with an uncertain new reality. Welcome to a Mad New World.
Don has a pivotal meeting with Connie, Betty is the beneficiary of some interesting advice, and Pete has a serious sit-down with with Don and Roger.
A candidate makes an impression on Don, Peggy's taste in men proves questionable, and Pete faces a major decision about his career.
Sterling Cooper welcomes back a prodigal client; Betty and the children take a trip; Joan and Greg make plans for their future.
Sterling Cooper celebrates a company milestone; Peggy competes with Paul for an account.
Client satisfaction proves to be difficult for both Don and Sal; Betty decides to host a fund-raiser.
Don decides to include Betty on a company business trip, and Pete lends a hand to a neighbor in his apartment building.
Betty becomes involved in local politics. A troubling incident leads Don to think about his future, and Peggy receives an exquisite gift.
An unexpected visitor shows up at Sterling Cooper, Sally gets spooked by something (or someone), and Joan is the recipient of some surprising news.
Pete works a new angle into his business dealings. Concern over Sally's behavior causes Don and Betty to act, and a dream has an odd effect on Betty.