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What Would You Wear If...You Attended a Party At Pete Campbell's California Digs?

It’s the last season of Mad Men and SDCP has expanded to California. Pete Campbell has moved out West, and it’s only a matter of time before we get a better taste of that late 60s LA party scene fashion. 562 more words

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Mad Men - Time Zones

It’s January, 1969, and Richard Nixon has become President of the United States.  The dawning of the Age of Aquarius is turning to dusk and the country is still going through some turbulent times.  962 more words

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Mad Men Reloaded: Don, Pete, and California

Good Vibrations?

 

someone’s not ready for 1969

The “Mad Men” industrial complex—of which I’ve been a card-carrying member for the full seven years of the series—has made us all into neurotic little freaks, working over the show like a Saturday 

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50 Questions About Pete Campbell's New California Storyline On 'Mad Men'

The season premiere of Mad Men was great for a lot of reasons. We got to see Don Draper and Neve Campbell flirt on an airplane, Freddie Rumsen was back puppeting pitches and eating delicious sandwiches, Roger was butt-naked in a hippie den using a telephone as underpants, all of it, just wonderful. 1,372 more words

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"Mad Men" back, with Don sober and faithful? 4 babies, all laughing at their father. And a man exonerated after 25 years in prison.

There are certain things you can count on whenever a new “Mad Men” season begins, as the final one did on Sunday: (SPOILER ALERT. STOP READING AND SCROLL DOWN TO THE NEXT VIDEO IF YOU HAVEN’T SEEN IT YET) 482 more words

Man Men Season 7: Notes and predictions on the beginning of the end

‘Time Zones’ is the title of the monumental first episode that marks the first stretch of the final season of one of the greatest shows ever: Mad Men.  441 more words

Will Mad Men Keep the Lie It Created?

Before the 6th season began last year, I wrote about what I thought was the central theme of Mad Men: identity. I stand by that idea, that watching the show can be summed up in three questions about the characters: 1,495 more words

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