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Mad Men: For Those Who Think Young

Don and Duck butt heads over the matter of wanting "younger creative talent." Meanwhile, the staff is confused on how to approach the airline company account, and Betty runs into a former roommate who shocks her with a new career choice. Plus, Joan is at a loss of where the copying machine should be placed.

Episode Info
Episode number: 2x1
Production Number: 201
Airdate: Sunday July 27th, 2008

Director: Tim Hunter
Writer: Matthew Weiner

Alternate Airdates:

UK (sky ATLANTIC) Feb 10, 2009
NL (VARA) Jun 08, 2010

Guest Stars
Alison BrieAlison Brie
As Trudy Campbell
Recurring
Anne DudekAnne Dudek
As Francine Hanson
Recurring
Crista FlanaganCrista Flanagan
As Lois Sadler
Recurring
Denise CrosbyDenise Crosby
As Gertie
Recurring
Gabriel MannGabriel Mann
As Arthur
Recurring
Joel MurrayJoel Murray
As Fred Rumsen
Recurring
Mark MosesMark Moses
As Herman "Duck" Phillips
Recurring
Missy YagerMissy Yager
As Sarah Beth
Recurring
Patrick CavanaughPatrick Cavanaugh
As Smitty
Recurring
Sarah DrewSarah Drew
As Kitty Romano
Recurring
David BoweDavid Bowe
As Doctor Adams
Gerald DowneyGerald Downey
As Greg Harris
Jennifer SiebelJennifer Siebel
As Juanita
John ThaddeusJohn Thaddeus
As Driver
Seamus DeverSeamus Dever
As Chuck

Co-Guest Stars
Aaron HartAaron Hart
As Robert Draper
Recurring
Deborah LaceyDeborah Lacey
As Carla
Recurring
Edin GaliEdin Gali
As Kurt
Recurring
Julie McNivenJulie McNiven
As Hildy
Recurring
Kiernan ShipkaKiernan Shipka
As Sally Draper
Recurring
Mark Kelly (1)Mark Kelly (1)
As Dale
Recurring
Michael C. AlexanderMichael C. Alexander
As Delivery Man
Norma MichaelsNorma Michaels
As Older Woman
Episode Notes
Ratings: 2.06 Million Viewers



Other Episode Crew

CreatorMatthew Weiner
Executive ProducerMatthew Weiner
Co-Executive ProducerScott Hornbacher
Supervising ProducerMaria Jacquemetton  |  Lisa Albert  |  Andre Jacquemetton
Co-ProducerBlake McCormick  |  Dwayne L. Shattuck
Consulting ProducerRick Cleveland
Staff WriterRobin Veith
 
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