I’m officially hooked on this show, but have only watched up to ep. 9 season 1. It is, however, very intriguing.
So, does anyone have any idea (preferably first-hand experience) of how realistically the show portrays executive life in the '60s? Were men really SO mysogynistic, that they basically saw every attractive woman as a potential lay? Was it so common for men to cheat on their wives, such that basically everyone from middle management and up did it? And did their wives know? And if their wives did know, did they sort of resign themselves to it? Or was it expected that a wife would try to separate from her husband once it came out in the open that he was cheating?
Also, the psychatrist calling Don and telling him everything Betty said? Really??