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Mad Men has not disappointed this season. Some people have bitched about how slow and sad this season is, but I understand why it's been this way. 1965 was a sharp transition for America, the civil rights movement coming to a halt (and subsequent uprising) with the assassination of MLK, the Mod/Beatnik movement, the distrust of government going into Vietnam and the feminist movement. This show is addressing ALL of those things, one show at a time, while keeping it personal.

This show is amazing storytelling at it very core.

This Peggy centered episode makes me realize that I am a total Peggy fan. I sympathize with her a lot. Don is my favorite, but Peggy is me.
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