Don's bad cold results in equally nasty dreams, and news of Chicago murders scare Sally.
Synopsis Christmas eve, 1964: The firm throws a Christmas party, Glenn Bishop calls Sally on the phone, and post-divorce Don continues his search for female companionship.
"Conservative Artist Sabo: "My focus was to be mean, nasty, and just as bad as Bill Maher"," produced by Alex Manning Original release date was April 20, 2015 and original writeup is below. "Somewhere down the line Republicans forgo...
On the "Mystery Date" episode of "Mad Men," characters kept referring to the grisly Richard Speck Chicago nurse murders. What was that all about?
Sex and violence play a huge part in this week's Mad Men, and this episode has one of the most shocking scenes I've ever seen on this show (even though it turns out to not be real). Don is suffering from a cold that gives him distur...