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Mad Men Review: Season Four Finale - A steaming pile of folderol

Yes, I am fully aware that Mad Men, the entire series, has concluded in real time, though that won’t discourage me from jotting down my thoughts as I power through the series on Netflix. 556 more words

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"It's a time machine": A Farewell to 'Mad Men'

Sunday night was the finale of one of my favorite shows of all time, Mad Men. Sadly, many people I know didn’t seem to care. When I spoke of the mixture of excitement and sadness I was feeling many people responded with, “That show is still on?” or “Sunday is all about  545 more words

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They Were Astronauts: Mad Men, Time Travelers

In season 4 of Mad Men, school-marmish secretary Ida Blankenship died in the offices of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce. Bert Cooper remarked that Miss Blankenship wasn’t just a fusty old lady: 1,394 more words


Recapping the Mad Men Series Finale: Person to Person

By Mike Visconti

It has been maybe 15 minutes since the final scene of Mad Men rolled off my tv screen. My thoughts on the series finale and the series as a whole seem like too much to express in a singular post. 1,444 more words


In 'Mad Men's' Finale, Joan and Peggy Switched Places and Became Complete

Peggy and Joan’s first encounter in the Mad Men pilot appears to set them up as opposites. In her conservative skirt-and-sweater combo, Peggy is an energetic do-gooder who wants merely to succeed. 863 more words


The predictable, confounding, infuriating, and ultimately satisfying Mad Men finale

Mad Men is without question one of the great television dramas of all time, and maybe one of the last purely character dramas that will gain a wide foothold of cultural significance. 1,192 more words