WELL, WELL, WELL. THERE'S MY BABY: It's May 1966, and Harry's still a douchebag, Pete's still ambitious and insecure (and taking it out on Roger in the most juvenile ways he can), Peggy's still underappreciated, no one at SCDP can answer an phone properly, and Don Draper is ... happy? Mostly happy? Yeah, it's disconcerting, but in the end he's still a bit Dick Whitman after all, and seemingly oblivious to what Megan's going through at work, the urgency of SCDP's financial situation, or anything other than his own immediate happiness -- though, perhaps, a better and more attentive father than before.
I still need some time to process the episode, so grab your historically accurate Goldwater '68 signs and let's zou bisou bisou to the comments. One prediction: if you see a hunky plumber in episode one, by season's end he's going to find a drain to unclog.