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The Only Life I've Ever Known

“Tobacco Road”, the Nashville Teens

Public Relations, Season 4 Episode 1

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            Here is a song so uncannily married to the episode it’s in – theme, storyline and all – that it could serve as an example of the heavy-handedness detractors find in the show. 366 more words

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The Future Is Much Better Than the Past

“Shahdaroba”, Roy Orbison

Shut the Door. Have A Seat., Season 3 Episode 13

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            Shut the Door. Have A Seat. is perhaps the most significant and transformative episode of Mad Men from a plot perspective. 585 more words

Mad Men Jukebox