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Betty consults with a specialist about her health issues; Don is pressured to help with Nixon's presidential campaign; Peggy fends off the advances of a copywriter. Roger Sterling, three martinis into his dinner with Don and their wives, recounts his upbringing and urges Don to open up about the same. In the ladies room of the restaurant, Betty's hands go numb and Roger's wife Mona must assist her with her lipstick. Back home, Betty -- tipsy from drinking -- continues Roger's line of questioning and asks her husband if he ever had a nanny. "It's like politics, religion or sex," he says. "Why talk about it?" When he finally says that he never had a caretaker, they make love. The next day at Sterling Cooper, Peggy -- dressed less frumpy than her first day -- chats with Joan about getting her very...

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