Mad Men Recap: LSD parties, movie theatre encounters and how did Megan not get brain freeze from all that sorbet?
When Abe yells at Peggy: “I’m your boyfriend, not a focus group,” what he’s really saying is…
“I know how to use what you do for a living to make my argument heard.” If only Abe knew what kind of “focus group” Peggy was going to be giving to a stranger in striped pants at the movies. He’d probably go Abe-s***.
When we see Megan wearing her lovely coral ensemble to work, we know that…
This Heinz pitch is a big deal to her. Coral is like her spirit
When Peggy says to Heinz about her idea: “It’s young and it’s beautiful and no one else is going to figure out how to say that about beans,” what she’s really saying is…
“I am going to try channelling Don before he gave Megan his balls, and act like a cocky creative.”
When Stan says, “Women usually want to please,” to Peggy after she freaks out on the Heinz client, what he’s really saying is…
“Acting like Don doesn’t work for you, stick to the traditional skirt role.” And what he’s really thinking is: “I need to get this jacket off so everyone can admire my biceps in this tight shirt once again.”
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