Advertisements Well, Don seems to have hit a personal jackpot. On a business trip with Pete, he falls in with a 21 year old woman, Joy, and her father's group of jet setters who travel the world living a responsibility-free, commitment-free life, totally ditching Pete and his work responsibilities in the process. Joy promises him sex, no entanglements, and her father will pick up the tab for the whole thing - she then swims off to make out with another guy. Well, Don, tired of the family man lie he's been living at home, must think he died and went to heaven. He can live the life of a high class hobo. What will Betty and the kids do without him? I loved the symbolism at the end of the show - a suitcase detached from its owner is the only thing that returns to the Draper household after Don's trip. Not only that, the house is vacant, as if to say Don and Betty's marriage and family have been left dark and vacant. Great writing yet again. My reports of Duck's demise were greatly exaggerated apparently. With Roger Sterling's divorce war upcoming, and Bert Cooper's addle mindedness Duck sees weaknesses at the top of Sterling Cooper and seizes the opportunity to engineer a buyout by his former firm wherein he will end up as Don's boss. Of course, that assumes Don comes to his senses and returns. Wow, the look of pain on Sal's face when the European came out of the closet in the break room was intense. Another great episode. What did you guys think?