Don Draper (Jon Hamm) and Sally Draper (Kiernan Shipka) Photo by Michael Yarish/AMC

IMAGE CREDIT: Photo by Michael Yarish/AMC (SPOILERS BELOW) Before the episode even starts, the previouslies promise me that I’ll get at least some development on the Don and Sally story line. Let’s do this! Watching the partners’ conference call was hilarious and illuminating as the power hierarchy becomes ever more evident. I am somewhat amazed to find Cutler at the top of the power structure all alone unless I’m confused. It was fun watching everyone adjusting to their new normal of meeting via conference

(SPOILERS BELOW) FREDDY! Wait, Freddy? As I was listening to him deliver that  campaign, all I could think was, “Freddy has come a long way since the pissing-the-pants days. I had no idea he was capable of anything of that caliber, and I did have a little nagging piece of a thought kernel in the back of my mind that I should have realized was worthy of inspection. I’m sure I was the only person who thought to myself, “Oh,

I watched The Killing before I watched Mad Men and it totally threw me off my game. And this episode of Mad Men was packed with things I wanted to address, but I don’t have time to watch the episode again to catch them all. So here’s what I have for this week: Don tries his hand at what I’m calling a suicide attempt regardless of the fact that he was on a bad trip (no, I’m not trying to

NOTE: Spoilers Below Watching the play of expressions on Don’s face when the doc came to the back door in his bathrobe for some wrapping paper was fun. I like it when Don is uncomfortable and trying to figure out the meaning of something that is innocent but because of his proclivities seems to Don as if it may not be. My guess is the doc knows what’s going on and is trying to jerk Don’s chain. But that’s purely