This has always been a "different" kind of show. Always marched to its own rhythm. What Weiner and his minions have created here is something that, by simple virtue of being like nothing else on television, ever, will stand the test of time. And, you know, it was just really, really good. Every season. Every week.
I've often wondered what guys like Weiner, Gilligan (Breaking Bad), Chase (The Sopranos), Moore (BSG), Milch (Deadwood), Simon (The Wire) and others who have created incredible masterworks in the long-form medium of television serialized drama do when their magnum opus finally reaches the finish line? Are they plagued by angst and insecurity now that they know they've finished what they will likely be remembered for... like... forever? How do you top something that good? What can you possibly do for your next act? You can expand that question to cover a lot of creative fields, but this forum is about TV, so we'll confine it to that.
What say ya'll? How do these guys manage to get out of bed in the morning after one of these shows wraps?