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I think Peggy will end up going back to Don for not liking they way her new company is IMO. Not sure what to think about this new guy that is around taking notes all the time. You knew Pete was going to get caught.
I think Peggy will ultimately come back. She's very loyal to Don and this whole thing with Heinz is going to royally piss her off sooner rather than later IMO. Don't really have an opinion on Bob yet, other than he's an ass kisser. Thought Pete would get caught a couple episodes later; they must have an interesting story arc for him planned this season to oust him so early.
Pete Campbell is a dead man. No one treats my Alison that way.
anyone else notice the Heinz Ketchup guy?
i got the impression last night that he's going to become a major bit character this year; ie; Hilton
i want to know what "Bob" true purpose is. every episode i've waited for him to be revealed as a Russian spy or go on a rampage. but instead he just kind of creeps around the office and is the nicest human alive.
Golden is better then Jimbo... I feared it was true. He is going to hoist a crystal ball there - fsufsu
I need to rewatch again but I really how they presented the theme of the failure of honoring a perceived underlying agreement. You had the Tet offensive (I'm pretty sure it was), Trudy's confrontation with Pete (which was one of my favorite scenes of the ep) and I am sure there is a link within the Don story line.
Deserve got nothing to do with it...
Don't like what they are doing with DD's character. Liked seeing Harry drop his balls. Joan needs to get laid. I would have liked to see Stan kick Peggy's barstool out from under her. Always enjoy episodes without Woah Fat Betty. #SUNSHINE☀
I think you've summed up the whole series in one post.
I hate how that guy that hired Peggy consistently gets contracts over them when his company looks like shit.
Last night was one of the better episodes of the series I thought
This should get interesting..
Currently catching up on the show so not reading the thread for now, but how would you all rank the seasons. I'm starting the 4th right now and heard it might be the best.
"I close, Peter. I close. That's what I do."
This post was edited by downlowdawg 14 months ago
Big moment for Roger.. I was pumped.
I'm really hoping they kill Joan off in the next few episodes. I wish Don had thrown his glass at her after she mouthed off at him... B*tch. Nobody cares what you think. Anyway, I saw the Peggy leaving the loser coming. Bout time. That facial thing he has going is sinful. I like the slutty wife act Megan is putting off... although she needs to talk dirty to him in French. JMO. Roger was a pimp... as usual. Thought combining the firms was a smart way to bring Peggy back and should increase their clients (See: Chevy) immediately. Pete Campbell is the man!
I thought this show was about some pitch dudes. If I start watching on Netflix and it blows I'm coming to all y'all houses and I'm gonna cut y'all
Can January Jones please be hot again.. Thanks amc
Kind of weird?
Dude is going all out creeper.
What kind of shot in the ass did they get that would keep them up for days?
What is happiness? The feeling that power is growing, that resistance is overcome.--Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
Check out this theory about Megan after Sunday's episode.
Pretty plausible if you ask me. The t-shirt is what convinced me.
A Reddit theory links Megan Draper to Sharon Tate, who was murdered by the Manson family in 1969. The evidence is compelling...
This post was edited by LeeHsv76 14 months ago
Read that yesterday. Just too much coincidence there. Plus, this season has lacked a true big event so far.
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