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 "Different Amsterdam is a fourth episode of Mad Men Period One

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ПисанеЗаглавие: "Different Amsterdam is a fourth episode of Mad Men Period One   Нед Окт 30, 2011 11:30 pm

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Completely new Amsterdam" is a fourth episode of Mad Men Period One, and characteristics the misdirected attempts at ambition that almost causes Pete Campbell to lose his career. The Bethlehem Steel company is often a huge take into account any ad company to get, and Pete knows that landing such an account would make his career inside company and a greater extent the entire industry.

Pete decides to take a risk by pitching his ad suggestions to charge Bethlehem Steel person in control of marketing, and eventually ends up ruffling Don Draper's feathers because of perceived overstepping of corporate hierarchy. Don pushes to fire Pete outright, and it's a lengthy-standing clash between two similar characters in Don and Pete where it can be argued that Don sees too much of himself and his awesome own past mistakes in everyday life vicariously through Pete Campbell.

The firing doesn't take, as Pete's inlaws represent an important possible future account (Clearasil facial wash) and ultimately Don's all-consuming power at Sterling-Cooper is overruled from the partners (Roger Sterling and Bertram Cooper themselves) in favor of keeping Pete around instead of sending him on the arms of the rival ad company. Pete's personal every day life is in almost just as much disarray, because he attempts to humble himself by asking the father he never truly respected for money to be able to afford a new apartment for himself with his fantastic wife.

Pete's father is harsh, and doesn't trust Pete's collection of a job, and ultimately rejects Pete's request, giving him no choice but need to his inlaws (his wife Trudy Campbell's parents) who happily accept front them the money-but the act of relying on his wife's resources severely insults Pete's pride as a man in the process since he feels he should never have already been forced to request her help to provide everything they need.

Pete decides to look at a risk by pitching his ad ideas to the lead Bethlehem Steel person in control of marketing, and eventually ends up ruffling Don Draper's feathers caused by a perceived overstepping of corporate hierarchy. Don pushes to fire Pete outright, and it's a long-standing clash between two the same characters in Don and Pete where it could be argued that Don sees too much of himself with his fantastic own past mistakes in everyday life vicariously through Pete Campbell.

"New Amsterdam" is a fourth episode of Mad Men Period One, and characteristics the misguided attempts at ambition that almost causes Pete Campbell to lose his career. The Bethlehem Steel company is often a huge account for any ad company to have, and Pete recognizes that landing such an account would make his career inside the company and a larger extent the complete industry.

The firing doesn't take, as Pete's inlaws represent a substantial possible future account (Clearasil facial wash) and ultimately Don's all-consuming power at Sterling-Cooper is overruled through the partners (Roger Sterling and Bertram Cooper themselves) in support of keeping Pete around rather than sending him to the arms of an rival ad company. Pete's personal every day life is in almost all the disarray, as he attempts to humble himself by asking the daddy he never truly respected for the money to be able to afford a brand new apartment for himself with his fantastic wife.

Pete's father is harsh, and doesn't trust Pete's collection of work, and ultimately rejects Pete's request, giving him no choice but must his inlaws (his wife Trudy Campbell's parents) who happily accept front them the cash-but the action of relying on his wife's resources severely insults Pete's pride as a man in the process since he feels that he should never have been forced to ask for her assistance to provide everything they want.

The Bethlehem Steel company is really a huge account for any ad company to get, and Pete knows that landing such an account would make his career in the company also to a bigger extent the whole industr
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