" says Barris, whose 1970s-era wide lapels and big bow tie have given way to a suede jacket, jeans and granny glasses."Everything is brand new."Yet Barris is haunted by the past.“So I think that’s always important to do that, and I know Roger has made that a priority, and hopefully that’ll pay off for both sides in the end.” In this week’s Game Plan, we’ll get to Aaron Donald and his fit in the Rams’ new defense; the Kirk Cousins’ contract situation; the years-later aftermath of La’el Collins’ wild draft week; and how the Falcons came to a comfort level with new offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian, who brings some baggage in his return to the NFL.• JENNY VRENTAS: Standing Up for Colin Kaepernick But we’ll start with this story of the 2017 offseason that has gone largely unnoticed.
"That never happens," Willy remarks when Don declines an offer to dine.
Herman Phillips drops by Roger's office requesting to be made a Sterling Cooper Advertising Agency partner; Roger confesses to be "at a loss" to describe Herman Phillips's accomplishments, advising him to "make rain" if expects to achieve his goal.
At the convention, Don and Pete attend a presentation about MIRV missiles and nuclear warheads, after which Pete gleefully points out that 1 defense company spends more on media buys than "3 Lucky Strikes." "Why would you deny yourself something you want?
You make me old with wisdom." Their souls are the same age, she tells Roger Sterling moments before he proposes marriage. A day before the aeronautics convention, Don Draper stands poolside in Southern California wearing sport coat and hat; the airline lost his luggage.
Pete Campbell wants to spend the day at the pool, but Don instructs him to call contacts.