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‘Mad Men’ works 1966 World Cup final between England and West Germany into storyline of latest episode

For those who love soccer and AMC’s “Mad Men,” your worlds collided Sunday night in an otherwise racy episode. With the fifth season set in 1966, the writers worked the World Cup into a storyline involving Lane Pryce, the English financial officer at the ad agency. Read full article >>
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