Joan's unorthodox business move keeps SCDP in the running. Don pitches Ginsbergâ€™s tagline: â€œAt last, something beautiful you can truly own.â€
Megan learns Heinz plans to drop SCDP and prompts Don to pitch her "Some Things Never Change" concept at dinner, saving the account..
Roger secretly hires Ginsberg to develop the concept, a bus-side ad "revealing" passengers with a case of Manischewitz under each seat.
Don intentionally leaves Ginsbergâ€™s "Hit Me in the Face" art in a cab and lands Sno Ball with his own Devil concept.
Butler execs call Ginsberg a genius, inspiring his impromptu "Cinderella" pitch. Butler buys it, but Don nearly fires Ginsberg for insubordination.
Ginsberg pitches a dramatic â€œHard Dayâ€™s Nightâ€ concept to the clients who clap and ask for music that sounds like The Beatles.
Peggy pitches â€œThe Art of Supper,â€ but her bean ballet fails to impress. After snapping at a Heinz executive, Peggy is booted off the account.
Execs hate Ginsbergâ€™s Topaz tagline, â€œAlways less expensive. Never cheap,â€ saying they expected SCDP to get "a girl's opinion."