Here are some of the best and worst moments from the 2014 run of 'Mad Men'
Low: No, Peggy, those roses aren't for you
Episode: A Day's Work
Why it's a low: Peggy, still scorned from Ted, thinks that the Valentine's Day roses on Shirley's desk are for her -- and from her former, short-lived lover. The resulting comedy of errors becomes a game of musical chairs revealing Bert's bigotry, Peggy's insecurities and myopia, Ted's inactivity, Dawn's experience, Shirley's distaste for Peggy and Joan's need to still take care of administrative biznass. But with the whole bundle wrapped up in the racial underpinnings of 1969, it's especially ugly egg on Peggy's face. Can she ever get over Ted? Will she always be caught between desiring "girly" affectations and respected as a professional?
- Katie Hasty