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In this episode, Don Draper's past is probed from different directions by different people and the viewer is presented with the mystery of "Who is Don Draper?" It was written by series creator Matthew Weiner and directed by Alan Taylor. Caroline quickly passes Kevin onto Peggy, who stands there not knowing what to do. He flirts with her on the phone, and she promises to pick up the wallet. ", but Roger has no satisfactory answer. Back at the office, Pete and Lane gossip about the party at Don's, until Lane's wife Rebecca Pryce calls. Gail threatens to leave but Joan is unfazed, saying that she got "[her] money's worth."
The baby passing gas in Lane's arms was not originally written in the script. Harry and Stan discuss Don's party, and Harry makes lewd comments about Megan's dance, not realizing she is standing behind him. Looking through it, he stumbles upon 100 dollars and a picture of a woman named Dolores. In the midst of all the commotion, Roger meets his secret son for the first time. Meredith interrupts, holding an African artifact sent to SCDP from Young & Rubicam.
Peggy expresses annoyance at being targeted by the sexually predatorial males in the office. Realizing that the applicants have seen the mocking gift, Lane moves to the reception area. , "Mad Men Fridays: Season 1, Episode 2 "Ladies' Room, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Ladies_Room_(Mad_Men)&oldid=960048296, Short description is different from Wikidata, Television episode articles with short description for single episodes, Television episode articles with short description and disambiguated page names, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 31 May 2020, at 21:32.
The Draper's neighbor, Francine, gossips with Betty about their new neighbor, a divorcée named Helen, and Francine suggests that a divorcée may be bad for real estate values.
Harry lands himself in hot water. Alan Sepinwall, writing for New Jersey's The Star-Ledger, praised the episode for expanding the role of female characters, building on the characters established in the pilot, writing "the small details of how these characters are written and played gives [...] real meaning. As Betty drifts off to sleep she turns to Don, fast asleep, and asks herself, "Who's in there?".
Pete sees Peggy with the baby and there is an awkward moment between them. After Paul gives Peggy Olson the impression that he can be a good friend to her, he then comes on to her. Don and Roger discuss Richard Nixon's campaign in the upcoming election. Roger mocks Don by singing a rendition of "Frère Jacques" while flouncing around. Roger makes an offer. Gail is having coffee with Apollo, the building's plumber, who is holding her grandson Kevin. Betty's physicians suggest she try psychoanalysis, an idea that upsets Don.
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Lane explains that SCDP was trying to poke fun at Y&R and convinces Joan that the company is falling apart without her. When Joan returns home, she is displeased that Gail allowed a dirty stranger to hold her son. Lane finds himself entranced by the picture. Roger Sterling idly probes Don about his past but Don deflects him, suggesting he will reveal the mystery in his forthcoming novel. Lane secretly removes Dolores’ photo before handing it over. Pete feels he needs a new office. At the apartment, Don asks Megan why she left work. Draper then comes up with the catch-phrase: "Any excuse to get closer".
Megan feels blue about the weekend's events. Back in Lane's office, Lane admits to Joan the financial reality of the office and begs her to return.
They are responding to the newspaper ad, unaware it was a joke. Gail, Joan and Apollo, holding Kevin.
" Ladies Room " is the second episode of the first season of the American television drama series Mad Men. She is greeted by all the secretaries, who are in awe of Kevin, and pretends to stop by before going to the Copacabana later. Several characters watch the series People are Funny. Partner's prank goes sour, in A Little Kiss. Don asks Roger "what do women want? It was written by series creator Matthew Weiner and directed by Alan Taylor. Lane welcomes Joan into his office and the two leave to discuss business. Article détaillé : Saison 2 de Mad Men.
She tells him that she has received a bill from St. Paul's, their son Nigel's school.
The cab driver tells Lane that he will turn it in, but Lane insists on returning the wallet himself. "- Roger teasing Don, about "Zou Bisou Bisou"; in A Little Kiss, Part 2. Paul reveals himself to be a fan of The Twilight Zone and does an impression of Rod Serling.
Don has a revelation about work. Joan confronts Lane, confused about the ad SCDP placed. Découvrez les 13 épisodes de la saison 2 de la série Mad Men
Roger meets his son for the first time, A Little Kiss. Paul Kinsey, attempting a Jamaican accent, tries to come across as the hip-cat man-of-the-world with the African-American man who comes to the office with a sandwich cart, but the man deflects Kinsey's comment. He hints that he wants Roger's, but the partners refuse.
Peggy goes to Don’s office to apologize for making a snide remark at the party.
Caroline is waiting with a plant, a present for Don and tells him she heard great things about the party. The episode received positive critical reviews from television journalists and critics. Megan sighs that Don didn't like the party and complains about the cynical nature of the office. He then tells her about Don's party, until they are interrupted by Meredith, who returns Kevin. Weiner has stated that the interval between writing the pilot and the second episode lasted seven years. Lane arrives to work in a cab, but notices a men's wallet, left by a previous passenger as he gets out. Meanwhile, in Betty's first session with the psychiatrist, she talks about her relationship with her late mother and her insecurities about the new divorcée neighbor. Harry believes he is about to be fired for his crude comments about Megan but actually, Roger bribes him to switch offices with Pete. He proceeds into the bathroom for a shave. Don drops off the Sterling Cooper radar and visits the wife of the man whose identity he stole. Joan deals with her insecurities and finds solace in a surprising someone. Don wakes, and notices Megan is not in bed. Joan deals with her insecurities and finds solace in a surprising someone.
At the office the next morning, Don and Megan enter the reception area to find a large group of African-American women and men. Harry lands himself in hot water. Don eventually grabs her strongly, insisting that she "[wants] it so bad right now" and the two have sex on the floor. Pete feels he needs a new office. Roger: "Frère Jacques, Frère Jacques, Dormez-vous?, Dormez-vous? Don has a revelation about work. Don wakes to find Megan absent, in A Little Kiss. Weiner has stated that the interval between writing the pilot and the second episode lasted seven years. Megan, Peggy and Don are all thrilled to see her. Harry reluctantly agrees and the two gossip about the party.