From Wikipedia: I shall miss this show. More than any in recent years, I feel I've gotten to know these characters, as if they were people. I feel what they feel. That's outstanding acting and writing. I give them so much credit for finally finding a vibe that allows them to echo the early 1960s without putting them so much in the foreground. In other words, they've found the perfect mix of character to cigarette. (Sorry, I've been working on that one all morning.) I had guessed some of the major points in this episode before it aired, but it made no difference. I'd correctly guessed that... Spoiler Betty was pregnant, Don would come back, he would do something very un-Don-like to get back home, and Duck would be his own undoing but I was wrong because I thought that... Spoiler Kinsey would be assassinated, Roger would go back to his wife or have another heart attack, Father Gill would say he had fallen for Peggy, and Pete would pretend to accede to Trudy in order to get Clearasil back. Putting this episode in the midst of the Cuban Missile Crisis was inspired. It added a huge level of tension that allowed all the characters to sort out their lives and decisions with great clarity. I would be very surprised if this show didn't come back for a third season, but I know I'll have to wait. It won't be easy. By the way, for Mad Men fans, I hope you caught SNL with Jon Hamm on Saturday. Brilliant! They had a lot of fun. One more spoiler tag on that: Spoiler Two additional members of the Mad Men cast show up as well.