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The Maddest Moments of Mad Men's Final Season

6 months agoEntertainment : BuzzSugar

This weekend marks the end of the first half of Mad Men's final season, and it'll be another year before we find out how the series ultimately ends. It's been a rocky road for Don, who's slowly climbing his way up back in the agency that he founded, while other characters like Roger and Peggy continue to experience their own highs and lows. Show More Summary

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Mad Men's 5 Maddest Moments: Season Finale "In Care Of"

Put away your brandy and suede fringed jackets, because Mad Men has wrapped its sixth season. The show's final episode doesn't have any mind-blowing deaths (just a mildly questionable one), but some eyebrow-raising admissions instead. Show More Summary

Mad Men's 5 Maddest Moments: "The Quality of Mercy"

This week's Mad Men begins with a bang and ends in the fetal position. With only the finale left to go, tensions are high between pretty much everyone at the ad agency. Don is saving/sabotaging his fellow workers, Peggy and Ted are caught...Show More Summary

Mad Men's 5 Maddest Moments: "Favors"

With only two episodes left in this season of Mad Men, the stakes have officially been raised. "Favors" starts out a little slow, and halfway in, I was wondering if Peggy and Pete having a civil conversation would be the most exciting thing in the whole episode. Show More Summary

Mad Men's 5 Maddest Moments: "A Tale of Two Cities"

East meets West this week on Mad Men when Don and Roger head to California on business. There's some surprising regional tension as they meet with one of their accounts, burned in the past by those patronizing New York City firms. Back...Show More Summary

Mad Men's 5 Maddest Moments: "The Better Half"

The ex-files are revisited on this week's Mad Men as Don and Betty find themselves reconnecting on a hot Summer camp retreat. Whether it's because Don has broken the seal on cheating or Betty's sexy new figure is just too hard to pass...Show More Summary

Mad Men's 5 Maddest Moments: "The Crash"

This week finds Mad Men on speed - literally. Almost everyone (save for Peggy and Ginsberg) at the agency drops their pants for an injection of some kind of "complex vitamin boost" and stays up all weekend trying to think of a campaign...Show More Summary

POPSUGAR Shout Out: Beautiful Ways to Organize Mail

2 years agoLifestyle / Beauty : BellaSugar

File through your mail in a fun but easy fashion - Smart Living Keira Knightley's honeymoon PDA - Celebrity Scope out the best white dresses for Summer - Fashion Learn to love lunges with this move - Fitness The 5 maddest moments from...Show More Summary

POPSUGAR Shout Out: Beautiful Ways to Organize Mail

2 years agoNews : CitizenSugar

File through your mail in a fun but easy fashion - Smart Living Keira Knightley's honeymoon PDA - Celebrity Scope out the best white dresses for Summer - Fashion Learn to love lunges with this move - Fitness The 5 maddest moments from...Show More Summary

Mad Men's 5 Maddest Moments: "A Man With a Plan"

The physical merging of the merger happens on this week's Mad Men, and people aren't just butting heads because there's not enough room at the SCDP office. While some people are having a tough time transitioning into the new situation, some employees have it worse and get the boot. Show More Summary

Mad Men's 5 Maddest Moments: "For Immediate Release"

Well, color me surprised! This week's episode of Mad Men ends on a rather exciting note - SCDP is merging with Peggy's firm! There are a lot of ups and downs for SCDP's business this week - first, they're set to go public and make everyone rich, then it feels like they're losing accounts like it's going out of style. Show More Summary

Mad Men's 5 Maddest Moments: "The Flood"

This week's episode of Mad Men is marked by the death of an icon, as we see how each of the characters respond to the death of Martin Luther King Jr. Everyone's a little more emotionally volatile than usual (especially Pete), and even...Show More Summary

Mad Men's 5 Maddest Moments: "To Have and To Hold"

On this week's Mad Men, Don and Megan's marital problems are rivaled only by that of the firm, which experiences strife among the employees and loses one of its accounts while failing to win a very important one. Things also get cutthroat...Show More Summary

Mad Men's 5 Maddest Moments: "The Collaborators"

Prostitution and guilt are big themes in this week's Mad Men, and I have to admit that I found the second episode of season six more interesting and exciting than the season premiere. Don and Pete are both cheating on their wives with...Show More Summary

Mad Men's 5 Maddest Moments: Season Premiere "The Doorway"

Mad Men is finally back! The season six premiere opens on Christmas 1967 among lots of big events: a stranger's wedding, the impending Super Bowl, and a funeral. The time jump is evidenced by much more hair in general on the head and faces of the staff, along with the career progressions of some of the characters. Show More Summary

Mad Men's 5 Maddest Moments: Season Finale "The Phantom"

Mad Men has wrapped up another season, and while the finale doesn't have the same kind of shocking moment as last week's episode, there are still a few jarring things going on in the lives of the employees of SCDP. Pete's affair comes...Show More Summary

Mad Men's 5 Maddest Moments: "Commissions and Fees"

Precocious Glenn Bishop really nails the theme of this week's episode of Mad Men when he asks Don, "Why does everything turn out crappy?" It's a question both Lane and Don come face-to-face with, as Lane's financial issues are coming...Show More Summary

Mad Men's 5 Maddest Moments: "The Other Woman"

The titular "other woman" in this week's episode of Mad Men is actually a car, but the ladies of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce - Peggy and Joan - are also courted in very different ways. Both women make major decisions that impact their...Show More Summary

Mad Men's 5 Maddest Moments: "Christmas Waltz"

This week's Mad Men brings back a character we haven't seen in a while, Paul Kinsey, and gives us a look at a relationship between two characters - Joan and Don - who we don't often see interact (but wow, when they do, is it entertaining). Show More Summary

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