With this episode the story jumps to 1962, though the hairstyles, especially in Saint Tropez, are firmly set in the 1970s.
Calderwood: Your son, Mrs. Jordache, I don't understand him.
Mary: The line forms to the left.
Rudy: If I'm to devote my time, money and effort to this campaign, I expect to be treated at least as an equal partner. And if you see me as some new brand of pickle to be market-tested and to be shoved down the public's throat, we'll forget the whole thing right now.
Roy: Would you believe there's so much of everything in the world and we ain't got none of it?