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  • In season one, Betty Draper was married to Don Draper and they had two children.
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  • Betty and Don had one more child, but then got divorced. She is now married to Henry Francis.
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  • Don Draper, an advertising phenom, is a womanizer and man of mystery. He is married to former model Betty Draper and they have two children.
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  • Now divorced from Betty and a father of three children, Don is married to his former secretary, Megan. One of the founding members of the new advertising firm, Sterling, Cooper, Draper & Price, Don is becoming more and more open about his true identity.
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  • Joan Holloway is the office manager of the Sterling Cooper advertising agency. She is having an affair with Roger Sterling.
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  • In subsequent season, Joan got married, then divorced. Now a mother, Joan is a partner at Sterling, Cooper, Draper & Price.
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  • At first, Peggy Olson is the secretary to Don Draper at the advertising agency Sterling Cooper.
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  • After becoming a copywriter and then striking out on her own, Peggy, a confident and driven exec-in-training, finds herself back at Sterling, Cooper, Draper & Price working with Don Draper.
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  • Pete Campbell is an ambitious young account executive at Sterling Cooper.
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  • Now on the partner track at Sterling, Cooper, Draper & Price, Pete, a father of one, was just left by his wife, Trudy.
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  • Roger Sterling is the CEO of Sterling Cooper ad agency.
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  • Roger Sterling, who fathered a child with his former mistress, Joan, has been divorced twice and is now a partner at Sterling, Cooper, Draper & Price.
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