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  • In season one, Betty Draper was married to Don Draper and they had two children.
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  • Now a mother of three and married to Henry Francis, Betty has just been diagnosed with terminal lung cancer.
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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, who recently split from his second wife, Megan, is on the lam. When we last left him, he had given his car to a local kid and was sitting by the side of the road in the Midwest.
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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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  • After Sterling, Cooper, Draper & Price was absorbed by McCann-Erickson, Joan faced an unfathomable amount of sexism and was ultimately forced out. A divorced mother of a little boy, she's taken a new boyfriend, too.
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  • At first, Peggy Olson is the secretary to Don Draper at the advertising agency Sterling Cooper.
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  • Now confident and able to confront her painful past, Peggy finds herself working at McCann, but with a whole new attitude.
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  • Pete Campbell is an ambitious young account executive at Sterling Cooper.
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  • One of the only executives to successfully transition to McCann, Pete finds himself taking a new path when he interviews for a lucrative job with Lear Jet. He successfully persuades his wife Trudy to reconcile with him and move to Witchita where they can start a new life with their daughter, Tammy.
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  • Roger Sterling is the CEO of Sterling Cooper ad agency.
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  • Twice divorced, Roger is now working at McCann and in an age-appropriate relationship with Don's former mother-in-law.
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