Good ep but I felt like Weiner was being a little too derivative of the dream stuff he did on "the Sopranos." I liked how Ginsberg was the one to take offense at the staff snickering over the rape/murder photos. It helped set him up as more than just an annoying nebbish. Roger and drunk Peggy was a thing of joy, their banter harkening back to "His Girl Friday." I'd love to see more of them working together. The "Mystery Date" commercial and the grandmother trying to gossip about sordid news in front of the kid, then pretending she was talking about something else both cracked me up. That was childhood in the 60s-70s. Of course, then it took a darker tone. I'm not sure how Joan plans to split from her husband. NYS circa 1966 was not a place to get a no fault divorce. Unless she plans to move to Nevada for six weeks ala Betty. The purse shot took me til the end of the ep to figure out. Ouch. Even 'enlightened ' people, eh? Finally, I hate to sound obtuse but were all of Don's encounters in the apartment dreams or just the latter?