While the Cuban Missile Crisis looms (October 1962), things at Sterling Cooper don't run as smoothly while Don is away; Betty receives some upsetting news. Sterling Cooper junior executives speculate about management's plans for the company, and Pete wonders how to break the news that he's lost the Clearasil account.
Pete admits to Herman Phillips that he lost Clearasil, but Herman Phillips says not to worry: Sterling Cooper Advertising Agency is merging with Puttnam, Powell, and Lowe.
Focusing on the Cuban missile crisis, John Gill delivers a sermon exhorting parishioners to prepare themselves for the most important summit meeting of all, the one with God.
Lois from the switchboard shocks Ken, Sal, Paul, and Harry with the merger news: "It's done. Trudy Vogel, fearing a nuclear attack, prepares to leave New York (taking the silver with her), but Pete declines to join her. Saint John Powell anoints Herman Phillips as Sterling Cooper's president at a meeting with Roger, Don, and Bertram Cooper. Don tells the assembled that if this is the agency they want, Herman Phillips is the right man, but that he won't be a part of it.
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Her perspective will change, suggests her doctor, after her husband and friends learn she's expecting. Needing time and just taking it," comments Betty when Don reappears at the stables, wishing he could "undo what happened." His admission that something did happen helps her realize she's "not crazy" but, she states, life without Don wasn't all that different from life with him. Herman Phillips will be the new entity's president, and he wants Pete to replace him as head of accounts. Kennedy alert the nation via television that the Soviet Union is erecting strategic missile sites in Cuba. They take the keys Friday." She states that the new management wants to keep some of the existing staff for the office, but there will be "redundant" employees. Back at the office, Pete gives Don a head's up about Herman Phillips's new role at Sterling Cooper. He knows he's behaved badly and admits that she would quickly find someone new if they broke up, but that without her he'd be alone forever. Herman Phillips warns him to honor his contract or "walk out that door and start selling insurance." He doesn't have a contract, Don replies. His new book, "The Revolution Was Televised," about the last 15 years of TV drama, is for sale at Amazon.

These five reads are perfect for people who want to huddle under the covers and get lost for a while. Don arrives at the office the next day to a stack of correspondence and Pete's questions about his disappearance in Los Angeles. She makes the men promise one of them will take her off switchboard if they keep their jobs.
It should move into the business of buying advertising time and space, particularly television slots. He believes Don's contract bars him from working for competitors; his only choice will be to accept Herman Phillips's authority. One of the men replies with the key word "if", concerning their future employment and possible redundancy.

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