IMAGE CREDIT: Photo by AMC SPOILERS BELOW! I wanted to get this done yesterday. Really, I did. But that episode needed two views because it was a beautiful thing. I saw one reviewer who noted that he felt handled throughout the episode, and I felt similarly. And like that reviewer –I can’t remember who it was or I’d link– I found it perfectly fine, too. The episode was vintage Mad Men, and just because I could see behind the curtain a little bit didn’t

IMAGE CREDIT: Photo by Michael Yarish/AMC SPOILERS BELOW! I’m going to continue my Mad Men day after posts. And I’m going to try to post early the day after, but this episode had me reeling, so it’s late. Late, late, late. Blame the moosetaches!! Listen, the sheer number of moosetaches (yes, I’m taking spelling liberties so you’ll understand what I shout in my head or out loud whenever one tries to steal the scene, because I feel it’s warranted based on the ludicrous

IMAGE CREDIT: Photo by Jaimie Trueblood/AMC SPOILERS BELOW! Don’s no angel. He’s about as flawed as a human can get. And yet, Weiner and co. have done such a fine job crafting this complex, complete, and sympathetic character that I find myself rooting for Don over one of my all-time favorites: Joan. I’m glad they finally explained Joan’s animosity towards Don. It makes perfect sense that money trumps friendship for her. It has to. She’s a single parent. I really can’t fathom

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IMAGE CREDIT: Photo by AMC SPOILERS BELOW! Pete joined the Mile High Club. Yawn. It’s Pete. Who cares. But Bob Benson’s back! (Sorry, I could not resist the alliteration siren call.) I guess the fact that he’s been absent for a number of episodes dictated that he return with a couple of showstopper scenes? Other things happened that were quite interesting, but I have to get the Bob Benson bit out of the way first. Bob and Joan Sal was one