HARRY, KRISHNA: It sure sucks to be Lane Pryce.
Well, everyone's frustrated on Mad Men this week -- Don and Megan with each other, Pete with his lack of recognition, Joan with her husband's legal moves, Roger with his thwarted efforts to support his son, Harry with the line between translucent and opaque -- but it's Lane who seems to be way-downest in the hole, as every effort to cure his UK tax failings is inadvertently thwarted, leading him in the end to become the second character on the series to decide to adopt the identity of "Don Draper" to get out of his jam.
Yes, Kinsey is further down in the hole, and it's rewarding to see Harry Crane's conscience emerge with a simple, decent measure to try to pull him out of it, even if it likely means he's falling into another hole later on -- because Hollywood is not a good place to be if you're vulnerable to the promises of a cult.
[Um, does Peggy Olson still work at SCDP?]
Still, Don-Joan scene! Rousing Don speech! Swim the Channel!