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Who's watching tonight?
Three W's In My Life: Ward, Weinke, and Winston
I'm going to try! Excited either way....
I am and pretty pumped for it. Finally got caught up on it on Netflix this week. Season 5 was pretty awesome. Hoping Pete that Pete getting his ass kicked is a continues into this season
Have it on DVR now, will catch up tomorrow. Draper better get hid head on straight. Both of them.
I watched. Head was spinning by the end. Show is so damn good.
Made it through the first hour, then zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz. I know, it's pathetic. But the first hour was fantastic.
Do you have it recorded to watch again. I believe it's ON DEMAND, but not for several days at least.
Of course :)
what the hell is wrong with Betty?
I can fix her. Uncle Nash to the rescue! She be frustrated and wants to be more. Self worth desires.
My fiancée, not a regular viewer, was asking the same question when she was talking about the girl to her husband.
The only review I read regularly for Mad Men or any show.
Sepinwall does an amazing job of reminding us of things that happened in previous episodes that are relevant to the most recent episode.
I totally forgot about the thing with the lighter and the original Don Draper.
HitFixs Alan Sepinwall reviews The Dooway, the sixth season premiere of AMCs Mad Men, in which Dons affected by a trip to paradise, Peggy has a crisis at work and Roger deals with a loss.
What does everyone think of the season so far?
No idea. Only in season 2.
Glad to see all the main characters are still alive though.
Pretty Good so far. Only watched part of last weeks episode so I still need to get caught up.
I don't like that I'm starting to dislike Don and Peggy.
The character stories and back-stories are a bit soap-opera-ish, so - meh on that writing, although the Peggy vignettes are not too bad. The actual advertising meetings with clients are very well done, and should have more prominence than how many chins Betty has developed.
Trying to figure out where this season is going. A lot of references to death. Who's gonna bite the dust?
Too many thoughts to post on phone. Will be back this evening.
I was relieved after the last episode. I think I said earlier I was starting to really dislike Don and Peggy and not really care about them, which was making this season almost boring, but I obviously that was all a set up for this episode. I think this could be an important episode if this is the turning point for Don, Peggy, Betty, Megan, etc. I assume they surrounded it with the MLK assassination for that reason, as that was a turning point for the country, soon to be followed by the RFK assassination (I'm surprised they haven't said anything about how terrible the Mets were that year).
Anyway, Don has clearly been feeling the weight of his decisions throughout this season (evidenced by him actually collapsing under the weight outside his front door) and I think from here he either goes completely down the rabbit hole leading to his eventual demise, or (and this sounds ridiculous) but he cleans it up and becomes the model male again, and that sounds really boring.
This post was edited by SteveIsTall 11 months ago
Great episode last night!
This post was edited by ZZ1059 11 months ago
Yup, best of the season.
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