Megan’s moved away from the people, while Don is waiting to be allowed once again to walk among them. She doesn’t know that he’s been fired or whatever it’s called when you’re getting paid for your negative space instead of your presence. “You’re in an office here, you’re in an office there, what’s the difference?” asks Peggy, but what happens when the office is a state of mind? Years ago, Don Draper died and Dick Whitman brought him back to life, using his own body as a vessel to contain the dead man’s spirit. Pete calls him bicoastal, which is sort of right. He’s been living two lives and it’s finally split him down the center. The vessel’s broken and he’s become just a disembodied voice, forced to transfer his own spirit into another to stay alive. “You’re making quite a name for me out there,” says Freddie. He calls him his Cyrano but it’s more that Don is the ventriloquist, the words leaking from the side of his mouth.