In this episode of Mad Men, it's Christmas, but Don Draper is far from jolly. Rather, he spends even more time than usual hitting the bottle, stumbling home late at night and wandering through his life outside the office in a scotch-induced haze. Meanwhile, Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce throws an impromptu Christmas party to appease Lucky Strike heir Lee Garner Jr., whose odd demands Roger is begrudgingly forced to meet.
Out in Ossining, Glen Bishop is back, and he's turned his affections away from Betty and toward Sally. Creepy as ever, Glenn offers Sally tutelage in how to deal with divorce and a new father, while also vandalizing every room in the Draper house - except Sally's. In her own romantic entanglement, Peggy dodges having sex with boyfriend Mark, even asking the advice of Freddy Rumsen, who makes a welcome - and sober - return. Peggy, of course, tires of Freddy's advice, and insults him by calling him old fashioned.
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