Her younger brother, Danny (Marshall Allman), suffers from epileptic seizures and as a result has become something of a drifter, unable to keep a job for very long. The most popular color? Yes! When Betty urges Don to spank Bobby for damaging the radio, he opts to scold the boy rather than resorting to physical punishment; he later reveals that he is reluctant to use corporal punishment on Bobby because his own father beat him badly very often, and the only thing it accomplished was Don spending time thinking of ways to murder his father. In Season 2, after Trudy and Pete learn that they have fertility problems, Tom pressures Pete to agree to adopt a child. Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce had to hire Dawn Chambers to escape the blow-back from a racist joke and they have been incapable of firing her lest they incur the ire of the Commission on Human Rights. After sending Don to numerous Hilton properties throughout the country, Connie flies Don to meet him at the Hilton property in Rome, with Betty joining at the last minute to help put the property through its paces. Later, when Sterling Cooper is in the process of being sold, Harry mistakenly thinks they are considering opening a West Coast office and believes he will be the person to move to California. He professes his love for her, they sleep together, and he makes plans to leave his family for her. At some point later, he becomes employed by CGC. … The next day at the office, Megan catches Harry making lewd comments about her performance of "Zou Bisou Bisou" and he is briefly concerned that he could lose his job. In the Season 1 episode "5G", Adam is seen working as a janitor when he tries to re-establish a relationship with Don after seeing his picture in a thrown-away newspaper. Do not upload anything which you do not own or are fully licensed to upload. Don promotes her to copywriter, and she eventually accepts a copy chief position with Ted Chaough's firm, CGC, only to find herself once again working for Don following a merger. Joan continues seeing Richard and he comforts her when she begins to have problems transitioning to work at McCann Erickson, offering semi-jokingly to have a sexist co-worker beaten up. In Season 2, she expresses her desire to have a child, a desire Pete resists as he does not want to have children yet, unaware he already conceived a child with Peggy Olson. In the Season 3 episode "Wee Small Hours", Sal rejects the advances of Lee Garner, Jr., a married Lucky Strike executive who, in retaliation, calls Harry Crane and demands Sal's removal from the account. Hilton is depicted as a demanding client and difficult to please; he is known to call Don during the middle of the night and to show up in Don's office unannounced. At first Danny seems genuinely friendly, but when Roger is gleefully rude and demeaning to him, tries to pick up Danny's much taller hippie date, Lotus, and implies that he would enjoy hurting Danny, Danny smiles a bit and then punches Roger in the testicles, leaving his former boss doubled over in pain as Danny walks away with Lotus in tow. After the Drapers divorce, Bobby gradually becomes close to his stepfather, Henry Francis, and he is treated kindly by Don's new wife, Megan. Although Mona gives up and leaves, Roger stays for the night to understand Margaret's point of view, but he is disgusted by the hippies' free-love lifestyle once he realizes that Margaret is a participant, and loses his temper, yelling that Ellery needs her. After the executives at Young & Rubicam throw water bombs on African American protesters, Roger Sterling and Don Draper print an ad that promotes Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce as an equal opportunity employer. In his tape recordings for his autobiography, Roger reveals he'd had an affair with Miss Blankenship when he was a very young man at the firm, which caused a rift between Cooper and himself. By the time the story of "Mad Men" started, Joan had been with Sterling Cooper since the mid-1950s.