Checked this out mainly for the slight "Mad Men" association: a young Robert Morse vamping his way to the top of the NYC business world. Really though, besides Morse's joyful physical comedy and a few vestigial Bob Fosse choreographical cues, this is pure, frothy Broadway hockspittle at its broadest and most obvious. If you like the musical theatre style of plotting, character, and humour, then this may well be up your alley. Perhaps I'm too snobbish to slum it like that, but I just find the Broadway style to be deeply stupid, sorry. This isn't all crap, but it mostly is. Oh, and if you subject yourself to it, watch for Morse's VP Advertising office: it's decorated with an Eastern Art motif, which is surely being referenced by Morse's office as Bert Cooper on "Mad Men".