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Discussion in 'Other TV' started by Lord Tyrion, May 20, 2014.
Anyone been watching the current season?
Yep. Mid-season finale next week.
Glad to see Don and Peggy getting along again -- they work together so well.
Have this season recorded so I can run and gun them. can't read that spoiler but boy do I want to.
That was a great moment. Their relationship is the heart of the show. Such an uplifting moment in a mostly cynical environment.
I liked the "family" scene at the end, too. The perfect reflection of the ad campaign.
Mid-season finale is coming up today. I have no idea what's going to happen.
What a great season. I hate that we have to wait until 2015 to get another season. I hate how AMC does this with all their TV shows.
Anyone else excited?
I am so excited, can't wait!
Looking forward to seeing how they wrap it up.
I binge watched . Wayy cool!
Loved the the characters evolving and the wardrobe changing through the years.
I'm not gonna watch the episodes week by week. I do believe I will save the last season and treat myself to a binge watch on a weekend. Yay!
My reaction to Mad Men coming back:
Wow. I assumed his eye would eventually heal. Man... That was rough to watch...
It was funny seeing him stick it to the agency though. hehehe...
I felt so bad for this guy
I knew as soon as he forged that check he was doomed.
This last episode was a bit slow, but satisfying. Mad Men and Game of Thrones in one night is awesome!
I have mixed feelings about this episode. Mad Men is my favorite show on right now, but some of the weaknesses this show has had came out.
I like to hear your thoughts.
Some of the acting on this show is bad at times. In particular, the guy who plays Glenn. He didn't seem like a person about to go to Vietnam. My other complaint of Mad Men is that it can be a bit heavy handed at times. Betty throwing the toy machine gun in the trash after talking about Vietnam with Glenn was an example. Lastly, the storyline with Joan and that developer seemed to develop way too fast. They only met for the third time, and they're planning their lives together after they only met three times.
There was a lot of good stuff though in this episode. That guy who blew the pitch twice was hilarious and Jon Hamm was great at interacting with that guy. I hope Hamm gets an Emmy this year. Sally and Betty's scene's are always great.
I totally agree on everything you said. I was quite shocked at the transformation of Glenn, but he has always been such a stiff character. When he grabbed her and said, "I know you're mine," it was like watching some amateur porno. hahahaha!. Not that I've seen amateur porno.
And Joan's thing --wow. Is she that alluring that someone would give up their freedom to be with her and her 4 year old, after he raised his own kids and that was why he divorced in the first place, he felt trapped and he was out there living life. Now let's tie ourselves down because joan has a bazooka pair of knockers?