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Rank Title Points Votes Your Vote
1
Don pitches Hershey’s as "the childhood symbol of love," then confesses the candy bar's role in his real childhood.
Current Score:
923
Total Votes:
1417
2
Don pitches his “Pass the Heinz” concept for SCDP, then Peggy pitches “Heinz. The Only Ketchup” for CGC.
Current Score:
565
Total Votes:
1027
3
Don and Ted share their pitches with each other in a hotel bar before merging companies to land the account.
Current Score:
468
Total Votes:
882
4
Joan goes behind Pete's back to meet with the Avon rep. Ted sides with Joan, saying, "Posession is 9/10 of the law."
Current Score:
437
Total Votes:
889
5
Don sabotages Herb Rennet's plan by halfheartedly pitching the idea of marketing the luxury vehicle to the average guy.
Current Score:
37
Total Votes:
835
6
Don pitches the tagline: "Hawaii. The jumping off point." The Sheraton reps are concerned that it suggests suicide.
Current Score:
32
Total Votes:
830
7
Don gets St. Joseph's to increase the budget for Peggy's Rosemary’s Baby spot by lying, saying it was Frank Gleason’s last idea.
Current Score:
13
Total Votes:
789
8
SC&P makes boards reading “Berry Healthy” and “Berry Good.” The creatives discuss strategy for the blends, including Cran-Prune.
Current Score:
-107
Total Votes:
721
9
Don and Ted debate which strategy to pursue for the margarine: low price or great taste.
Current Score:
-121
Total Votes:
709
10
Looking at boards for Dow with taglines: “Love is in the air,” Don lectures the creatives on wearing out the word “love.”
Current Score:
-188
Total Votes:
702