(Note: If there is another thread on this show, I apologize. I couldn't find one. If there is I'll repost in that particular topic.) I thought it was okay, but do we need "yet another" show that has morally ambiguous characters? The thing that really bugged me was the character of Peggy. She was the newest member of the steno-pool at the ad agency featured in the show. The head secretary sort of acts like a mentor to Peggy and "tells her how things are." In fact, she sends her to the doctor to get birth control pills because she may have to participate in "dalliances" as a part of her job. I realize the 1950s and 1960s were different than today, but talk about your overblown stereotypes. The show implies that receptionists, secretaries and the like readily accepted their "place" in society and weren't much better than cheap call girls. Poor poor poor plotting. The show also is enamored with showing "unfaithful" husbands (and husbands to be) on the show. It is as if the "stiff and stodgy" society of the late 50s was a "horrid burden" on the people living in those times -- so a man would "naturally" cheat on his gorgeous wife, two beautiful daughters and rebel against his beautiful white house in suburbia. I dunno...it didn't resonate with me.