SC&P has made the physical move to the McCann Erickson offices. Some like Harry are looking forward to the new environment, some not so much. Several SC&P staff members are not going, some by choice, some not invited. One person's move that is delayed is Peggy, whose new office is not yet completed due to a mix-up. As such, she decides to stay at what is the largely empty and closed down old SC&P offices until such time as her new office is ready. She finds that it is a difficult period if only because of trying to do her work in a makeshift environment. Her final days at SC&P are illuminated by the few others who are straggling behind, one who is delaying the move by choice. Joan was anticipating a difficult move, being a partner at SC&P to a small player at McCann Erickson, which doesn't value the accounts on which she is working. Joan finds the transition even more difficult than she anticipated. One problem with a new coworker snowballs into another when she tries to rectify it on...
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has said that the now-famous walk down McCann Erickson was very uncomfortable for her to shoot--her box was genuinely very heavy, the painting was large and awkward to hold at the right position, and it was difficult for her to get the cigarette to dangle the right way as she walked, pretending to be cool and graceful. See more
It's a big place, and I asked the wrong person for help. And I don't think I can get out of it.
Music by Bronislau Kaper
Roger plays the song on the organ while Peggy skates around the empty office See more