Heinz (Episode 1)
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1
Joan's unorthodox business move keeps SCDP in the running. Don pitches Ginsberg’s tagline: “At last, something beautiful you can truly own.”
Current Score:
970
Total Votes:
1336
2
Megan learns Heinz plans to drop SCDP and prompts Don to pitch her "Some Things Never Change" concept at dinner, saving the account..
Current Score:
577
Total Votes:
957
3
Roger secretly hires Ginsberg to develop the concept, a bus-side ad "revealing" passengers with a case of Manischewitz under each seat.
Current Score:
344
Total Votes:
834
4
Don intentionally leaves Ginsberg’s "Hit Me in the Face" art in a cab and lands Sno Ball with his own Devil concept.
Current Score:
51
Total Votes:
707
5
Butler execs call Ginsberg a genius, inspiring his impromptu "Cinderella" pitch. Butler buys it, but Don nearly fires Ginsberg for insubordination.
Current Score:
32
Total Votes:
626
6
Ginsberg pitches a dramatic “Hard Day’s Night” concept to the clients who clap and ask for music that sounds like The Beatles.
Current Score:
10
Total Votes:
610
7
Peggy pitches “The Art of Supper,” but her bean ballet fails to impress. After snapping at a Heinz executive, Peggy is booted off the account.
Current Score:
-35
Total Votes:
687
8
Execs hate Ginsberg’s Topaz tagline, “Always less expensive. Never cheap,” saying they expected SCDP to get "a girl's opinion."
Current Score:
-55
Total Votes:
641