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I am – Hercules!! In last week’s Betty-free installment, the last set in 1964, Lane indulged a welcome distraction, Joan cut the dickens out of her finger, and Don got some really bad news about Anna Draper. It was titled “The Good News.” “I think [Don] just wants to do something for Lane because he can’t do anything for Anna,” explains series mastermind Matt Weiner. AMC says of tonight’s episode, titled “The Rejected”:
An edict from Roger and Lane puts Pete in a personal dilemma.
Also? Ken Cosgrove has again landed on his feet and Campbell’s not happy about it: January 4 – Lyndon B. Johnson proclaims his "Great Society" during his State of the Union Address. January 4 – Vinnie Jones born. January 20 – Johnson is sworn in for his own full term as U.S. President. January 30 – State funeral of Sir Winston Churchill takes place with the largest assembly of statesmen in the world until the 2005 funeral of Pope John Paul II. February 7 - Chris Rock born. February 20 - Ranger 8 crashes into the Moon, after a successful mission of photographing possible landing sites for the Apollo program astronauts. February 21 – Malcolm X is assassinated in Manhattan. March 2 – The Sound of Music premieres at the Rivoli Theater in New York City. March 2 – Sarah Jessica Parker born. March 23 – Gemini 3: NASA launches the United States' first 2-person crew (Gus Grissom, John Young) into Earth orbit. April 4 – Robert Downey Jr. born. April 5 – "My Fair Lady" wins 8 Academy Awards, including Best Picture. April 9 - The Astrodome opens. May 5 – The first draft card burnings take place at the University of California, Berkeley. May 17 – Trent Reznor born. June 7 – Mick Foley born. July 25 – Bob Dylan "goes electric" at the Newport Folk Festival. July 26 – Jeremy Piven born. July 29 – The first 4,000 101st Airborne Division paratroopers arrive in Vietnam, landing at Cam Ranh Bay. July 30 – Johnson signs the Social Security Act of 1965 into law, establishing Medicare and Medicaid. August 11 – The Watts Riots begin in Los Angeles. August 15 – The Beatles perform the first stadium concert in the history of rock, playing at New York's Shea Stadium. August 28 – Shania Twain born. August 30 - Dylan releases "Highway 61 Revisited," featuring "Like a Rolling Stone". September 3 - Charlie Sheen born. September 16 - China protests Indian provocations in its border region. September 28 – Cuba's Fidel Castro announces that anyone who wants to can emigrate to the United States. October 10 – Chris Penn born. November 2 - Republican John Lindsay is elected mayor of New York City. November 8 - "Days of our Lives" debuts on NBC. November 27 - Tens of thousands of Vietnam War protesters picket the White House. November 30 - Ben Stiller born. Episode titles: 4.1 Public Relations 4.2 Christmas Comes But Once A Year 4.3 The Good News 4.4 The Rejected 4.5 The Chrysanthemum and the Sword 4.6 Waldorf Stories 4.7 The Suitcase 4.8 The Summer Man 4.9 The Beautiful Girls 4.10 Hands and Knees 10 p.m. Sunday. AMC.
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