I'm hoping the writers avoid turning Pete into a one-dimensional character. Sure, it's fun to have a character that's so unlikeable, but in the real world I've never really gotten to know anyone, with the exception of a relative or two, who was totally devoid of something at least resembling a redeeming quality. Pete getting so thoroughly humbled in this most recent episode (the fistfight, the underage girl pushing him aside for the young buck, Don's quick repair of the faucet while a hapless Pete fumbled around with the toolbox) might be the beginning of his redemption. One can hope.
At the risk of betraying a bit too much -- I kinda liked the plaid sports jackets, especially Kenny's, the blue one. And Don's was cool in its way. I happen to have a coupla three or four somewhat similar vintage jackets myself, purchased at thrift shops and the like in recent years, although mine mostly date from a few years earlier than this 1966 (or is it '67 yet?) period piece.