It is not only one of the most popular television dramas airing today but it has also won an amazing four Emmys for Outstanding Drama Series and three Golden Globes in a row. The show immerses us into the never-a-dull-moment world of Sterling Cooper Draper Price, an advertising firm operating in the U.S. in the 1960s. It is a show filled with cigarette smoking, drinking, adultery, deceit, and lust. That terrible Don Draper (played by Jon Hamm) has a new wife and a new apartment but is still the same devious rascal that you can’t help hating and lusting after at the same time.
Episode 1: A Little Kiss: Megan (played by Jessica Paré) throws Don a surprise party and Joan (played by Christina Hendricks) wonders if there will be a job for her to come back to.
Episode 2: A Little Kiss, Part 2: Lane (played by Jared Harris) finds a wallet in a cab and Don and Megan are trying to recover after the party.
Episode 3: Tea Leaves: A new task is heaped on Peggy (played by Elizabeth Moss) and Don and Harry (played by Rich Sommer) pander to a client.
Episode 4: Mystery Date: Joan comes to a decision and Don runs into someone from his past.
Episode 5: Signal 30: Pete (played by Vincent Kartheiser) and Trudy (played by Alison Brie) host a party and Lane tries to land Jaguar Cars as a client which leads to he and Pete getting into it physically.
Episode 6: Far Away Places: Jane convinces Roger (played by John Slattery) to give LSD a try and Peggy is having relationship problems.
Episode 7: At the Codfish Ball: Sally (played by Kiernan Shipka) helps a relative and Don, Roger and Pete attempt to bring in new clients.
Episode 8: Lady Lazarus: Don gets some news that surprises him and Pete takes a risk for a friend.
Episode 9: Dark Shadows: Sally gets herself into a sticky situation and Roger attempts to become an entrepreneur.
Episode 10: Christmas Waltz: It is Christmas time but things around the agency are not cheery and Don and Joan begin to become closer.
Episode 11: The Other Woman: Don and his team get ready for the pitch to Jaguar and Peggy makes a big decision.
Episode 12: Commissions and Fees: Sally gets back with an old friend and the company is on a high after the successful Jaguar pitch.
Episode 13: The Phantom: On the train, Pete meets a stranger and everyone seems to have an opportunity fall into their laps.
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