The exchange above -- between HH and FF and the Doctor -- points to the danger of conflating our individual experiences with the norm. I, for instance, have been thought cynical by people whose lives are populated by people quite unlike mine. Divorces, philandering, broken promises, bankruptcies, et cetera, are so commonplace as to be normal. The ladies (and gentlemen) surely doth protest too much, though. (Present company excluded, of course.) Again, only my experience, but in that experience it is the people who trumpet traditional values that you'd be wise to keep a safe distance from your spouse, your children, your bank accounts. It's as if they are trying to convince themselves. Oh, and Roger Sterling's mustache? Uh, nope. And the relationship with McCann Erickson isn't nearly so hands-off as Roger kinda led the partners to believe it would be.