When we return, Harry, Don, and Bertram are going over some accounts, the need for which Harry moronically questions, forcing Don to be like, "They need to know we're still alive, doofus." Joan enters, waking poor Pete up, and announces that Pryce estimates their billings at around twenty-two million without Lucky Strike, but he has to check everything to make sure. And on that note, I'm surprised he's not in the air already, but maybe given the news he's trying to downgrade to coach. Also, I'm guessing that number puts them in a pretty precarious position, notwithstanding the random accountant's public assessment of the situation. Bertram brings up the fact that the funeral of the guy Ken referenced earlier, David Montgomery, is the next day, and given that he was an SVP at the fourth-biggest agency in town, "there's going to be a lot of vulnerable clients in attendance." And here I thought Elaine Benes was tacky when she trolled a funeral for an apartment. Don pipes up that Roger knew him, but before they can make any further morbid plans, Megan enters the conference room, which we should know by now never heralds good news. She tells Don that the guy they deal with at Glo-Coat is on the phone for him, which is a bad sign, given that Pete just talked to him that morning...
Episode Report CardCouch Baron: B | 1478 USERS: B-
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