Don assembles an all-male team for the company's most important pitch to date - leaving Peggy feeling more sidelined than ever. As her resentment grows, she decides to take action. A lucrative offer places Joan in an awkward position, while Megan faces a turning point in her fledgling acting career as she gets ready for a big audition. In tonight's second episode (I know, you're being spoiled), Sally chooses not to join her family on a skiing trip and instead spends the weekend in Manhattan - where she is reunited with her childhood friend Glen Bishop. Meanwhile, Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce receives some welcome news, but fiscal controller Lane Pryce's life reaches a turning point.
Mad Men. RTE2: 9.00pm
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