to live with him and his new wife and baby, but Glen dislikes his stepmother and says she is mean. He professes his love for her, they sleep together, and he makes plans to leave his family for her. As the season goes on, Ginsberg's socially awkward, tone-deaf genius and refusal to follow orders begin to create resentment in both Don and Peggy, leading to a conflict between Ginsberg and Don in the Season 5 episode ". She pointedly says that Rachel "had it all makes it clear her life was better for not having Don in it, and is curt until Don takes the hint and leaves. At the end of Season 2, Powell and Martin witness Duck's drunken rant against Don, which results in Duck being pushed out of Sterling Cooper. He has a complicated love/hate relationship with his son, whom he dominates, sometimes by physically violent means, in order to make him "take action and sort his problems" so as to "put his house in order". In " The Crash Stan is one of several employees injected with a stimulant by Jim Cutler's "Dr. When the primary partners abandon the company to form Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce, John is left to deal with the Putnam, Powell Lowe executives, who are infuriated. Cosgrove, Ken (May 2015). She belongs to a group of wealthy, sexually liberal, bohemian tax exiles who live lavishly and travel from place to place but display no work ethic or means of support. He is a cardiac surgeon who lives in Don and Megan's building. Gail remained with Joan, though mostly off-camera during the second half of Season 7, continuing to look at after Kevin while Joan worked to establish her new company, Harris Holloway; she appeared briefly in the series finale ". However, both of them work together to try to bring Margaret home after she abandons her family to become a hippie. She is also friendly with Megan; this relationship significantly contributes to her ending her affair with Don, after she dreams that he died in a plane crash and she had to comfort Megan at the funeral. However, Peggy is uncertain how involved she wishes to become in the church community and in the Catholic faith, although she appreciates Father Gill's friendship. Jimmy and Bobbie Barrett edit Bobbie Barrett ( Melinda McGraw ) is the wife and manager of comedian Jimmy Barrett (born Jimmy Bernstein) ( Patrick Fischler an insult comic (reminiscent of Don Rickles ) whom the firm uses in their advertisements for Utz Potato Chips.