"When Sally reads Don to filth on their road trip, he initially reacts defensively by comparing her to her mother, but Betty could never tell Don what his problem is as eloquently as Sally does. That is because she is Don’s daughter, and she has inherited his ability to dominate a conversational table when need be. She knows how to frame an example so there’s no wiggling out of it."
Molly Lambert, Grantland’s Review of “‘Mad Men’ Week 2: You Don’t Bring Me Flowers” (x
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