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This week we focus more on what the lives of our Scooby gang are like at McCann. The big flashy office is at first exciting to Joan and Don. They feel like maybe things will really be okay.
But it is jus a mirage. It is the horror that they thought it would be.
Don gets sweet talked by Jim -- eluding that Don is going to be the star at the company. That Jim chased him and finally has him and he couldn't be more excited.
Then there is poor Joan. She has been cut down most of all. She is completely unvalued at McCann. She is a prize, much like Don, but for her beauty, not her talent. Joan is completely discredited by all she crosses paths with. Her work is misrepresented by a man who can't do it as well as her, but despite knowing this, he is the one given the leniency. He is a man, after all. How could he possibly be expected to answer to Joan, a woman? A woman who looks like she does no less.
To Joan's credit, she tries to go through the proper channels, but she is essentially laughed at for even trying. Worse, she is put in a sexual harassment situation in which the only reason someone is helping her is to sleep with her.
The women's revolution wasn't won overnight, nor has it really, even in this day age, completely won out. Women still get paid less than men for the same job. Roger really does have Joan's best interests at heart, despite whether or not it is right for the women's movement that Joan steps down from the battle. It's a tough call. $250,000 is a lot of money in the 70's to just walk away from.
As for where we left it with Don, he is not making his way back to New York City, so what does this mean?
Who knows, but with two episodes left, I hope we find out and that it makes sense.
On a side note, it really does seem like slippery Pete always comes out on top ...
Until next week.