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Mad Men Season 2, Episode 2
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Air date: August 3, 2008
Writer(s): Lisa Albert and Matthew Weiner
Director(s): Andrew Bernstein
Guest star(s): Kristoff Polaha (Carlton); Crista Flanagan (Lois); Sarah Drew (Kitty); Donielle Artese (Sheila); Matt Riedy (Henry Wofford); John Patrick Jordan (Eugene); Vaughn Armstrong (Shel Keneally); Laura Regan (Jennifer Crane); Rich Hutchman (Bud Campbell); Audrey Wasilewski (Anita Olson Respola); Jerry D. O'Donnell (Gerry Respola); Myra Turley (Katherine Olson); Channing Chase (Dorothy Campbell); Christopher Carrol (Priest)
MINI Synopsis
Paul hosts a party at his apartment and introduces someone special to his Sterling Cooper colleagues. Peggy visits her family for dinner. Despite a conflict of interest, the Sterling Cooper agency aggressively pursues an airline account and Duck attempts to appeal to the client using an unorthodox approach.




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Pete and Trudy Campbell
MUSIC in this Episode
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"Congratulations Honey"
Baby Washington & The Planets

"Temptation is Hard to Fight"
George McGregor & The Bronzettes

"Sukiyaki"
Kyu Sakamoto

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GETTING DOWN to Business

DOUBLE-Dealing
Lies, back-stabbing, deception
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STOLEN Glances
Office liaisons, tawdry affairs and hot encounters
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SIGNS of the TIMES
MAD MEN Historical and Cultural References
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The plane crash around which this episode is written did happen. On March 1, 1962 American Airlines Flight 1 crashed on Jamaica Bay.
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We've Come a Long Way, Baby
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MAD MEN Episode Essentials
DICK WHITMAN versus DON DRAPER
Dick Whitman and Don Draper
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BEST Episode Moments, BIGGEST Episode Shockers
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