A seemingly lifeless body is floating in a pool, while Don has a problem with his family and his business.
Don has more than one problem to deal with in the upcoming season finale of "Mad Men". In a preview for the last episode of the show's sixth installment, Don has a serious talk with Megan, who looks upset, following his act of adultery which was caught by his daughter Sally. The young girl, on the other hand, seemingly doesn't want talk to him anymore.
At the office, Don tells someone that he has to understand when it is over. He even says, "Maybe it's time to get out of business." Pete yells at Bob that he needed a nurse but Bob sent him a rapist instead. Meanwhile, Ted professes his love to Peggy.
The sneak-peek video also teases a death as it shows a scene where a seemingly dead body is floating in a pool with his face down.
"In Care Of" will air Sunday, June 23 at 10/9c on AMC.
Actor James Wolk, who plays the mysterious Bob Benson, recently talked to Rolling Stone about [SPOILER ALERT!] his character's surprising move on Pete. "I think Bob genuinely cares for Pete," he claimed. "There are a lot of ways to care for someone. Sometimes it's love and sometimes it's just caring...He feels things and cares for people."
As for Pete's cool reaction to Bob's flirtation, Vincent Kartheiser thought "it was very natural." He explained that Pete didn't snap "because Bob is bigger than him and stronger than him, and Pete last season got his ass kicked by someone who wasn't as big or as strong as Bob."
"Matthew [Weiner]'s allowed his characters to learn," Kartheiser went on telling Vulture. "Okay, Pete can scream at his secretary. He can scream at his mom. But to scream at or attack someone like Bob, who has a lot to lose in this situation, may open Pete Campbell up to a broken jaw or a black eye."