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Mad Men is reaching its end, but what sets it apart is that it never will.

The only downside to a great TV show is that it has to end.

As the end of Mad Men nears it brings the sobering realisation that we’ll no longer be able to observe the complexities that constitute Don Draper, Betty Draper, Peggy Olsen, Joan Harris and Roger Sterling. 2,457 more words

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Mad Men: The Hobo Code (S01E08)

A small reminder: I’m making my way through all of Mad Men before the last episodes premiere next spring. The plan is to do two episodes a week, with reviews going up Mondays and Wednesdays, but the schedule might vary a little bit.  1,407 more words

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WCT Group Stage: Group F

I’ve read the same thing quite a few times about this year’s World Cup- that it’s been a great tournament but not a tournament with great teams. 1,309 more words

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For Your Consideration.

AMC released a super-fun Emmy season ad campaign for Mad Men, casting the stars of the show in Sterling Cooper-era advertisements. Obviously, being a sassy redhead myself, Joan’s is my favorite, but I think Roger Sterling’s is the most spot-on in terms of art and wording. 29 more words

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Een van mijn lievelingsseries aller tijden is Mad Men. En ja, deze post kan spoilers bevatten. 

Nu Mad Men tegen het einde loopt kwam ik er achter dat ik de beste scene nog steeds zie in aflevering 1 van seizoen 1. 109 more words

What Is Mad Men Actually About?

by: Lynda Green

If you’re not caught up with the first half of Mad Men’s final season, things are about to get spoilery.

It’s been a week since Mad Men’s mid-season finale and will be a full year until we get the final seven episodes to conclude the series. 1,165 more words

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