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Mad Men Recap: Surrender to the Void

Deep into "Lady Lazarus" is a brief moment that crystallizes the essence of Mad Men: a moment when a man finds himself staring into an abyss. The man is Don Draper. He has just said good-bye to his second wife, Megan, who's decided to leave Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce and ... More »
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