1:30 - "Nobody talk! I'm really stoned." Now, that's what you want to hear from your driver. And, hi, Joyce!
2:30 - Apparently liberal boy has learned something!
4:00 - Cosgrove has a family? And now he has the dirt on Lucky Strike?
6:30 - Nice job of acting by Roger. It can't be easy to fake indignance on a secret you've been hiding for weeks.
11:45 - "I'm not letting you leave" Nice work, Peggy! Taking control!
15:15 - "Sounds like everything's under control!" Rizzo the art boy is clearly an idiot to drink the company Kool-Aid so blatantly.
18:00 - Roger has never been more pathetic. That call was like a cold shower to Joan.
23:00 - Don needs Megan to police his drinking? At least he knows it, I guess. Or is this his way of increasing their intimacy? I know it's mine.
26:30 - "I'm not a solution to your problems, I'm a problem." My dates use this line on me all the time. Is that bad?
30:00 - Nice work, Don! Now you have relationship problems, too!
33:45 - Rizzo comes on to Peggy, then doesn't tell her she has lipstick on her teeth? What a tool.
37:45 - So, Megan wants to be Peggy? Cynical JT thinks she might have an ulterior motive.
40:30 - Aaaaannnddddd... she does. But is she really ok with a fling on the couch? Then again, maybe she's Don's ticket to the Sexual Revolution. How's he going to feel about that?
43:00 - "I'm so proud of you" I'm not sure that's a good idea -- Roger seems like he wants to ride this self-pity thing out rather than have sex with his hot young wife.
45:00 - Faye sold out her ethics for Don? He must feel great right now!
Verdict: The ante has been upped! I see Faye and Don falling apart ASAP as he falls under the sway of the lovely artist Megan. Will Roger be tossed out, or will they make a last blackmail-y ploy on Lee, Jr?