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Not long after Season Two of "MAD MEN" aired nearly three years ago, I wrote this articulo about one of that season's recurring characters, Bobbie Barrett:


"MAD MEN": Sex and Bobbie Barrett

The fans’ reactions to the character of Bobbie Barrett have always intrigued me. In this día and age – namely the early 21st century – I never understood why they held her in such a low regard. Let me explain.

I had enjoyed Season Two of "MAD MEN" very much. In fact, I would say that I found it even más interesting than Season One. Many fans have comentó that the female characters seemed to have developed...
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PEGGY OLSON'S PROMOTION IN (1.13) "THE WHEEL"

Many fans of the mostrar had made a big deal of Peggy Olson's promotion in the Season One finale, (1.13) "The Wheel". Actually, many also focused upon Peggy's upward mobility from the secretarial pool to her position as one of the firm's copywriters - a professional. I had just finished watching this episode for the segundo time and another thought came to mind.

It finally occurred to me that Don had dado Peggy that promotion in order to spite Pete Campbell. Pete had informed Don that he managed to acquire the Clearsil account due to his father-in-law...
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Below is a lista of my parte superior, arriba five (5) favorito! episodes from Season Five (2012) of "MAD MEN". Created por Matthew Weiner, the series stars Jon Hamm:


TOP FIVE favorito! "MAD MEN" (SEASON FIVE) EPISODES

1. (5.11) "The Other Woman" - In this tense episode, Pete Campbell asks Joan Harris to sleep with a client to secure the Jaguar account for the firm. Meanwhile, an underappreciated Peggy Olson attends lunch with fellow employee Freddy Rumsen, who encourages her to make a move.


2. (5.07) "At the Codfish Ball" - Don Draper is honored at a banquet for the American Cancer Society, but finds his professional...
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"MAD MEN" – Wasted Partnership

Looking back on Season 2 of "MAD MEN", it occurred to me that the rivalry between the series protagonist, Don Draper aka Dick Whitman (Jon Hamm) and one of the supporting characters, Herman "Duck" Phillips (Mark Moses), seemed like a complete waste of time . . . story wise. Do not worry. I am not criticizing the escritura of Matt Weiner and his staff. Instead, I am criticizing the behavior of two male characters, who I believe had the potential to be a winning advertising team.

Following senior partner Roger Sterling’s (John Slattery) segundo corazón attack in the...
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