[S4E4] Through The Looking Glass
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Allison informs Don that what happened between them was a mistake, and she is leaving. She asks for a letter of recommendation so she can find a job elsewhere. Don tries to dissuade her, but she wants a change. He offers to let Allison type her own letter on his stationery, and he will sign it. Allison takes this as indifference on Don's part and throws a brass cigarette dispenser at him, smashing some framed prints on the wall. The noise startles several employees, who lean into the hall to see Allison storm off. Peggy even stands on her desk to peek through the shared glass partition into Don's office. Don tells Joan to get him a new secretary, then immediately starts to get drunk and doesn't leave the office until late. The next day, he finds that Allison has been replaced by Bert Cooper's former secretary, the aged Miss Ida Blankenship (Randee Heller).
Peggy is lying on her couch when Joyce telephones Peggy to meet her and her beatnik friends in the lobby for lunch. Meanwhile, Pete is waiting in the lobby with Roger and important executives from Vicks Chemicals for a lunch meeting. Peggy, while waiting outside SCDP's glass doors with her young, artsy friends, looks through the glass at Pete, standing with the older men in suits. Pete catches her looking at him, and the two share a moment, thinking of their past connection, sharing a private smile before finally leaving each other's sight.
The milk in those days came in glass bottles, and they could either get a pint or a quart. And during the summer months when we were out of school, we kids would deliver the milk to the houses. During the wintertime, my father and those that had already been through school, they had to do it. But we'd stand on the running board. And of course, that's an old term, nobody has running boards anymore. We'd stand on the running board of the pickup, and when we'd come to the house at one to quarter of milk that day or every day. We would grab the milk, run to the house, set it on the porch, or on the steps, grab the empty bottle, and run back to the pickup and go through our route that day. And we did that every morning, seven days a week because we had to deliver seven days a week. So that's how I grew up. And I stayed on the farm until I was about 16 years old.
Sometime after his sister Penelope fell through a frozen lake and drowned, Will Scarlet managed to obtain an elixir from Robin Hood, who stole it from Zelena, which cured his heartbreak. Will later becomes one of Robin Hood's Merry Men in the Enchanted Forest. He manages to convince the other Merry Men to go with him and steal from Maleficent's castle. The Merry Men steal many of Maleficent's gold and riches, but Will steals a magic looking-glass. Although Maleficent sends a warning across the forest to give the looking-glass back, Will uses it so he and his beloved girlfriend Anastasia can have a new life somewhere else. They travel to Wonderland, but they are still in poverty, so they decide to steal the crown jewels from the Red King's castle. Anastasia goes inside the castle while Will stays outside and waits. However, Anastasia is confronted by the Red King, who manages to persuade Anastasia into marrying him. Anastasia, who desperately wants power and to be adored, accepts, leaving Will heartbroken. Will sneaks into the castle on the night before the royal wedding.
Moving over to Team Hawkins, Max (Sadie Sink) is attempting to draw what she saw in the Upside Down. She tells Nancy (Natalia Dyer) that Vecna seemed surprised when she walked through the red fog, (or as Steve poetically calls it, \"red soup mind world\") as if he didn't want her there. As she's looking at the drawings, Nancy's eyes suddenly light up with recognition. In one of Max's drawings, there's a stained-glass window. Nancy starts piecing together the drawing like a puzzle: it is Victor Creel's (Robert Englund) house.
In Lenora Hills, Argyle zooms through the neighborhood to deliver pizzas at the Byers. Will is almost done with packing when Mike arrives in his bedroom to thank him for knocking some sense into him regarding El's letter. Much to Will's surprise and happiness, Mike apologizes for the way he's been treating Will, saying that he's begun to notice how Hawkins doesn't feel the same without him, and that they should work together as a team, or \"best friends\", in order to find El. Hearing a car pull into the driveway, Jonathan arrives into the bedroom as the trio prepare to climb out Will's window, with Will secretly putting the painting he made for Mike in his pack. As Wallace opens the door, a military office shoots him in the chest and knocks him out. Hearing gunshots, Jonathan climbs up the stairs and sees Wallace shooting down agents. The boys run upstairs as officers break through the glass in Will's window, and duck for cover as the Byers house becomes a shootout. Harmon instructs the boys to run as he shoots, but gets shot in the process. Argyle, pulling onto the street, initially thinks all the military cars are for a party Jonathan was having that he wasn't invited to, but is surprised when Jonathan runs up to the window and tells him to stop the car. The boys help a wounded Harmon climb into the van and scream at a confused Argyle to drive as an armed officer approached them. Argyle obeys and slams the gas pedal as the van drives off.
Kira walks through the party, looking for Lydia. She goes upstairs and finds Lydia still standing in the soundproof room, staring at the wall. The record player is still going but all Kira can hear is scratching. 59ce067264