[Don Draper pours a drink]
Roger Sterling: I bet daily friendship with that bottle attracts more people to advertising than any salary you could dream of.
Don Draper: That's why I got in.
Roger Sterling: So enjoy it.
Don Draper: [drinks] I'm doing my best here.
Roger Sterling: [scoffs] No, you're not. You don't know how to drink. Your whole generation, you drink for the wrong reasons. My generation we drink because it's good. Because it feels better than unbuttoning your collar. Because we deserve it. We drink because it's what men do.
Don Draper: Listen, Pete, I need you to go get a cardboard box. Put your things in it. Okay?
Don Draper: [talking about Pete Campbell] He's essential to the process. We're probably luckier to have him than you are.
Trudy Campbell: Oh I doubt that.
Don Draper: Well, maybe you're right.
Bertram Cooper: How much do you know about Pete's family?
Don Draper: Nothing, except that they put out a mediocre product.
Roger Sterling: I bet there were people in the Bible walking around complaining about kids today.
Pete Campbell: Why is is so hard for you people to give me anything.
Andrew Campbell: We gave you everything. We gave you your name. And what have you done with it?
Don Draper: Remember when I told you about Pete Campbell's last day? It's today.
Roger Sterling: What'd he do?
Don Draper: While we were busting our asses on the Bethelem Steel account he was at the Regis Hotel pitching copy. His copy!
Roger Sterling: That little snot!