Peggy commits a grievous faux pas when she nervously eyes her purse—with a wad of cash inside—next to the sofa.
At an underground party, Joyce introduced Peggy to her friend Abe Drexler (Charlie Hofheimer), a beatnik journalist.
Later, he propositions Peggy once more, this time in her office.
My millennial friends have waited in line beside a cluster of Orthodox women in long dark skirts to be seen by Peggy.
But Moss, who prefers being called “Lizzie,” is not really Robin the detective or Peggy Olson.
Her cousin did not see the gleam of mischief which came into Peggy's eyes as she said this.
"I'm not going to be 'mothered' by her," proclaimed Peggy with energy.
He wanted to force her husband's hand and to marry Peggy after the divorce.
I have made my will,—my jewels are divided between you and Peggy.
Its home, cried Peggy, dancing from one object to another in her delight.