When Mad Men season four returns in the fall, Sterling Cooper will be a whole different world, especially since the Don Draper revolution that moved several employees to a new start up company. The bad news is, some of those who were left behind at Sterling Cooper, might not be returning.
It appears art director Salvatore Romano won’t be back since they didn’t pick up Bryan Batt’s contract for season four. The show’s head honcho, Matt Weiner explained, “I felt it was an expression of the times that he couldn’t work there anymore. [The sticky situation with the Lucky Strike scion was] the ultimate case of sexual harassment.”