A conflict of interest does not deter the Sterling Cooper agency from aggressively pursuing an airline account. Also, Paul introduces his special somebody to his Sterling Cooper colleagues when he throws a party at his place, and Peggy has dinner with her family.
Did You Know?
The episode reveals that Peggy is a Roman Catholic who attends church with her family. The fact that she does not partake in communion indicates that she has not been to confession in recent times and is thus not in a "state of grace" according to the Church. The service is conducted in Latin, in a nice historically accurate touch, as this is pre-Vatican II. See more
The series is set in 1962. When the IBM typewriter is revealed to Peggy, it has a correction key. The correction key on the IBM Selectric was not introduced as an option until 1971, on the Selectric II. See more
We *have* an airline. What kind of company are we going to be?
The kind where everyone has a summer house?
Temptation Is Hard To Fight
Written by George McGregor
Performed by George McGregor & The Bronzettes
[Peggy making out in the hallway outside Paul's party] See more