Don Draper: Kennedy: nouveau riche, recent immigrant who bought his way into Harvard. And now he's well-bred? Great. Nixon is from nothing. A self-made man, the Abe Lincoln of California, who was Vice President of the United States six years after getting out of the Navy. Kennedy? I see a silver spoon. Nixon? I see myself.
Roger Sterling: Remember, Don...when God closes a door, he opens a dress.
Roger Sterling: You know what my father used to say? "Being with a client is like being in a marriage. Sometimes you get into it for the wrong reasons, and eventually they hit you in the face."
[He and Don laugh]
Don Draper: (to Pete) The day you sign a client is the day you start losing one.
[a few minutes later]
Roger Sterling: The day you sign a client is the day you start losing him.
Don Draper: You don't really believe that.
Mr. Menken: This place reminds me of a czarist ministry. No matter what the decision, you don't feel it was yours.
Pete: The president is a product. Don't forget that.
Roger Sterling: (lying on a stretcher) Oh, Mirabel, Mirabel.
[Don grabs Roger by the hair and slaps him]
Don Draper: Mona, your wife's name is Mona.
Volare by The McGuire Sisters
This episode was included on the 2008 Emmy Awards 'For Your Consideration' DVD.