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14th Jun '17 8:44:27 PM FictionFan101
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** Just to drive the point home, he presents Harry Crane with a spec script he has written for a StarTrek episode. He is very proud of
his work, calling it the best thing he has ever written. Harry, Peggy, and even Paul's girlfriend agree that it's terrible.

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** Just to drive the point home, he He presents Harry Crane with a spec script he has written for a StarTrek episode. He is very proud of
of his work, calling it the best thing he has ever written. Harry, Peggy, and even Paul's girlfriend agree that it's terrible.
7th Jun '17 7:47:57 PM karstovich2
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* MysteriousPast: Most of the characters, including his children, know virtually nothing about his background. Don eventually reveals he's from [[spoiler:Hershey, Pennsylvania, which is just [[FlyOverCountry barely far enough]] into Central PA to count as sort of Midwestern. It certainly isn't within the UsefulNotes/{{Philadelphia}} sphere of influence that would render it East Coast.]]

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* MysteriousPast: Most of the characters, including his children, know virtually nothing about his background. Don eventually reveals he's from [[spoiler:Hershey, Pennsylvania, which is just [[FlyOverCountry barely far enough]] into Central PA to count as sort of Midwestern. It certainly isn't within the UsefulNotes/{{Philadelphia}} sphere of influence that would render it East Coast. When you add that he was born and spent his first ten years in rural Illinois--just outside UsefulNotes/{{Chicago}}--it's enough.]]
23rd May '17 12:17:52 PM TrollBrutal
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Starting as Don Draper's wide-eyed new secretary at the beginning of Season 1, she ends up senior copywriter at SCDP. Initially has trouble with men (particularly Pete) hitting on her; eventually, she starts hitting on men. Known for flirting with the counterculture, but not being radical/interested enough to commit to it (so far, anyway).

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Starting as Don Draper's wide-eyed new secretary at the beginning of Season 1, she ends up senior copywriter at SCDP. Initially has trouble with men (particularly Pete) hitting on her; eventually, she starts hitting on men. Known for flirting with the counterculture, but not being radical/interested enough to commit to it (so far, anyway).
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23rd May '17 12:17:33 PM TrollBrutal
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''Peggy:'' And you never say thank you!\\
''Don:'' Thats what ''the money'' is for! You're young, you'll get your recognition. And honestly, its absolutely ridiculous to be two years into your career and counting your ideas! Everything to you is an opportunity! And you should be thanking me every morning when you wake up, along with Jesus for giving you another day!

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''Peggy:'' '''Peggy:''' And you never say thank you!\\
''Don:'' Thats '''Don:''' That's what ''the money'' is for! You're young, you'll get your recognition. And honestly, its absolutely ridiculous to be two years into your career and counting your ideas! Everything to you is an opportunity! And you should be thanking me every morning when you wake up, along with Jesus for giving you another day!
23rd May '17 12:16:48 PM TrollBrutal
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->'''Don:''' Its your job! I give you money. You give me ideas.\\
''Peggy:'' And you never say thank you!\\
''Don:'' Thats what ''the money'' is for! You're young, you'll get your recognition. And honestly, its absolutely ridiculous to be two years into your career and counting your ideas! Everything to you is an opportunity! And you should be thanking me every morning when you wake up, along with Jesus for giving you another day!
15th May '17 2:05:44 PM Draghinazzo
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* NiceGuy: He is only ever shown to interact much with Don, but he's portrayed as a very warm, friendly if somewhat awkward guy who really did care for his half-brother, and probably the only member of the family that ever truly loved him. Unfortunately, Don was never able to really love him back due to his resentment of the family as a whole.
14th May '17 8:28:45 AM thekineditor
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* [[OneOfTheBoys One Of The Girls]]: For an macho man and serial womanizer, Don does not have many close friendships with men, (aside from an oftentimes hostile relationship with Roger), instead forming closer friendships with women like Anna, Peggy, and Joan.
3rd May '17 8:56:56 AM fitzrightin96
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3rd May '17 8:56:26 AM fitzrightin96
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* Jerkass: One of the biggest in the series. Alongside being racist and sexist, he's also incredibly selfish and egotistical, as noted with the CLIO and with anything related to his comic Scout's Honor. It's no wonder that he was sent to California.

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* Jerkass: {{Jerkass}}: One of the biggest in the series. Alongside being racist and sexist, he's also incredibly selfish and egotistical, as noted with the CLIO and with anything related to his comic Scout's Honor. It's no wonder that he was sent to California.
3rd May '17 8:54:29 AM fitzrightin96
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* Jerkass: One of the biggest in the series. Alongside being racist and sexist, he's also incredibly selfish and egotistical, as noted with the CLIO and with anything related to his comic Scout's Honor. It's no wonder that he was sent to California.
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