3:07 — “Nice mink,” Mr. Stephenson says to Jonathan, who has purchased a fur at Katz’s. “It makes me feel very Dr. Zhivago,” Jonathan replies. See what he’s talking about above.
Pablo Picasso’s 1937 Portrait of Dora Maar, one of his many mistresses
4:16 — After Leah catches Belinda scrubbing down Ray, he suggests that they explore a more open relationship. “Did you know that Picasso lived with two women?” he asks. Pro tip: When attempting to smooth over your adultery, it’s probably best not to name-drop one of history’s most notorious womanizers.
11:00 — You might expect a trio of smoking, drinking men to play poker — but the card game Jonathan, Ray, and George choose is one we remember from childhood: War. Learn how to play it here.
16:41 — Jonathan mentions that he fenced at Princeton. Seeing as both the school’s men’s and women’s teams were undefeated Ivy League champions (PDF) last year, he must have been pretty good.
17:55 — Mr. Stephenson, despite his lack of funds, is staying at the Waldorf=Astoria, which has been located at 301 Park Avenue since 1931. A suite at the hotel will run you at least $319 a night.