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post #1891 of 2325
Enjoyed the Peggy bits and Don's sabotaging the slimy Jaguar dealers' association guy's dumb idea in front of the Jag execs and Pete. There was not enough Roger Sterling last night.
Edited by Will2007 - 4/15/13 at 6:08am
post #1892 of 2325
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Great Insight and Analysis on "The Doorway".

http://www.vulture.com/2013/04/mad-men-recap-season-6-premiere-doorway.html?mid=twitter_nymag

Read that and watched episode 1 again. That anaysis didn't make the episode any better for me.
post #1893 of 2325
Remind me of that boy story is that young Don or who is it?

Was Megan's miscarriage accidental or provoked?

Oh Peggy is gonna snipe the Heinz account.. mmm
post #1894 of 2325
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Remind me of that boy story is that young Don or who is it?

Was Megan's miscarriage accidental or provoked?

Oh Peggy is gonna snipe the Heinz account.. mmm

Yes, it is Don. He "grew up in a brothel".

Sounds accidental.

On the ketchup....
"Anticipa-a-a-tion is making me wait...."

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(too early for that, I know, but .....anyway....)
Edited by blitzen102 - 4/15/13 at 12:46pm
post #1895 of 2325
Catching up... The funeral scene was HILARIOUS ALL AROUND!

Betty going Brunette was hilarious. Kill yourself (yeah, it's one of the few things I remember from last season)

Oh snap! Linda Cardellini! Nice! Love her!

Oh man the Adultery competition between Don and Pete is hilarious!

All 3 episodes so @#$%ing hilarious. lol
post #1896 of 2325
Pete can't even cheat without somehow screwing it up, pun intended.
post #1897 of 2325
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Pete can't even cheat without somehow screwing it up, pun intended.
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post #1898 of 2325
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Pete can't even cheat without somehow screwing it up, pun intended.

It is amazing how Pete continues to keep clients. He seems to always be in the wrong place at the wrong time.
post #1899 of 2325
Don is such a hypocrite....geeeeez rolleyes.gif

Joanie has some fun with her sister...

Peggy beats Don at his own game.....

Dawn learns a thing or two....Harry is flirting with disaster.

This season so far is exciting and unpredictable like Seasons 1, 2, 3 and 4....
post #1900 of 2325
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Don is such a hypocrite....geeeeez rolleyes.gif

Joanie has some fun with her sister...

Peggy beats Don at his own game.....

Dawn learns a thing or two....Harry is flirting with disaster.

This season so far is exciting and unpredictable like Seasons 1, 2, 3 and 4....

How did Peggy "beat" Don?

Unless I missed something neither got the ketchup account.
post #1901 of 2325
She had a late-night conversation with the bearded graphic artist (Stan?) where he shared gossip about the infighting between Mr. Baked Beans and Mr. Ketchup, and was told to go after the Ketchup account.

I think they said Peggy's bunch got the account.
post #1902 of 2325
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She had a late-night conversation with the bearded graphic artist (Stan?) where he shared gossip about the infighting between Mr. Baked Beans and Mr. Ketchup, and was told to go after the Ketchup account.

I think they said Peggy's bunch got the account.

Peggy's firm asked if they could join the SCDP team in "crying in their beers" or something to that effect -- because Peggy's firm had already had heard the news that another firm got the account.
post #1903 of 2325
Sad that Don didn't said "yes" to the couple invitation to "mingle" with them, but he likes the "adventure"

Neither of the Heinz taglines seem familiar, but Peggy's looks better
post #1904 of 2325
It was a confusing point but peggys group did not get the heinz contract (confirmed in sepinwall's review)

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post #1905 of 2325
neither of them got the account.

Wow, glimpsed a familiar name in the credits and did not recognize the actor, had to rewind and see if that was really him, did any of you guess that the TV show writer was Ted McGinley from Happy Days, Love Boat and Married with Kids? almost unrecognizable.
post #1906 of 2325
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How did Peggy "beat" Don?

Unless I missed something neither got the ketchup account.

She had the better ad, with the product in the Ad.

Don is 0/2 this season Hotel ad without the Hotel, Heinz ad without the Heinz.
post #1907 of 2325
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Wow, glimpsed a familiar name in the credits and did not recognize the actor, had to rewind and see if that was really him, did any of you guess that the TV show writer was Ted McGinley from Happy Days, Love Boat and Married with Kids? almost unrecognizable.

Perfect Casting - he was real lecherous.
post #1908 of 2325
Mad Men is so dark and difficult, I have to will myself to watch each new episode, yet I'm always glad that I did.

I love Joanie. She is smarter than most of those guys put together but they are such pompous, '60s, male executives they don't understand it. I liked the girl playing Kate. I saw one review that said Kate was Joan's "friend," but another poster's conclusion that Kate is Joan's sister makes at least as much sense. Anyway, Kate was played by Marley Shelton, who is a member of the Quentin Tarantino stock company and was also in Pleasantville.

Don keeps making things more difficult for himself. I am beginning to believe that the graphic in the credits showing Don taking a dive from a Manhattan high rise may be the way things actually play out. Speaking of speculation, Weiner is so paranoid about giving something away, his so called "previews" tell us less than nothing about what we will really see in next episode.

Anyway, as usual, this week's Mad Men was terrific stuff and I was glad I rolled my courage into a small ball and watched it.
post #1909 of 2325
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neither of them got the account.

Wow, glimpsed a familiar name in the credits and did not recognize the actor, had to rewind and see if that was really him, did any of you guess that the TV show writer was Ted McGinley from Happy Days, Love Boat and Married with Kids? almost unrecognizable.
Yeah had to look at him a couple of times before I realized whom it was. Joanna Going played his wife. Loved when Pete told Don he could use his apartment anytime like if he needed to stay over in the city, and Don gave him that look before telling him that he already lived there. Surprised Harry didn't get canned right away. Peggy might have had the better ad but neither agency got it so in the end what does it matter? The neighbor saying that she prays that Don finds peace was a nice ending to lat night's ep. Really liked this episode wanted it to keep going a little longer.
post #1910 of 2325
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I love Joanie.

But she's a REAL bitch at the office.

The Mad Men previews of next week's ep are just like any soap opera's - quick cuts to one-liners that have no context. Pretty much a waste of time.
post #1911 of 2325
Don is such a lost and troubled man. Heck, after his hypocrisy, even I wanted to tee off on him with a driver.

My impression is that Kate is a friend, not Joan’s sister. The interaction between Kate, Joan, and her mother, seemed more friendly than family. Hard to say for sure.

People watch previews? I didn’t know they still showed previews. I prefer to go in each week with a clean slate. Obviously, YMMV.
post #1912 of 2325
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Originally Posted by gwsat View Post

Mad Men is so dark and difficult, I have to will myself to watch each new episode, yet I'm always glad that I did.

I love Joanie. She is smarter than most of those guys put together but they are such pompous, '60s, male executives they don't understand it. I liked the girl playing Kate. I saw one review that said Kate was Joan's "friend," but another poster's conclusion that Kate is Joan's sister makes at least as much sense. Anyway, Kate was played by Marley Shelton, who is a member of the Quentin Tarantino stock company and was also in Pleasantville.

Don keeps making things more difficult for himself. I am beginning to believe that the graphic in the credits showing Don taking a dive from a Manhattan high rise may be the way things actually play out. Speaking of speculation, Weiner is so paranoid about giving something away, his so called "previews" tell us less than nothing about what we will really see in next episode.

Anyway, as usual, this week's Mad Men was terrific stuff and I was glad I rolled my courage into a small ball and watched it.

My Wife kept thinking Kate was Heather Graham. I couldn't decide for myself knowing how makeup can change your looks a lot.
post #1913 of 2325
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My Wife kept thinking Kate was Heather Graham. I couldn't decide for myself knowing how makeup can change your looks a lot.
Kate didn't wear roller skates... wink.gif
post #1914 of 2325
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Kate didn't wear roller skates... wink.gif

And smash them in your face. Good one!
post #1915 of 2325
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Yeah had to look at him a couple of times before I realized whom it was. Joanna Going played his wife. Loved when Pete told Don he could use his apartment anytime like if he needed to stay over in the city, and Don gave him that look before telling him that he already lived there. Surprised Harry didn't get canned right away. Peggy might have had the better ad but neither agency got it so in the end what does it matter? The neighbor saying that she prays that Don finds peace was a nice ending to lat night's ep. Really liked this episode wanted it to keep going a little longer.

The scene in the restaurant with the swinger couple, Don, and Megan was fascinating. The waves of disapproval emanating from Don over the couple's proposition made me want to strangle the hypocritical twit. What the swingers do openly and in public, Don has done stealthily and behind the backs of two wives. Sheesh, die already!smile.gif

I was disgusted by the perfidy Peggy's boss, Chaough, forced her into after she learned that Don's outfit was pitching Heinz Ketchup. I was pleased that the Chaough outfit lost out to a bigger agency in the end. Speaking of the sleazy Chaough, the oily guy from Heinz Ketchup is disgusting. I hope we ultimately get to see him get his comeuppance.
post #1916 of 2325
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Speaking of the sleazy Chaough, the oily guy from Heinz Ketchup is disgusting. I hope we ultimately get to see him get his comeuppance.

Are you referring to Tim Jablonski (Kip Pardue)? The last time I saw him he was the QB in one of my favorite football movies: Remember the Titans.
post #1917 of 2325
He was also a race car driver in that Stallone bomb a few years ago... Remember the Titans was great..
post #1918 of 2325
post #1919 of 2325
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Are you referring to Tim Jablonski (Kip Pardue)? The last time I saw him he was the QB in one of my favorite football movies: Remember the Titans.
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He was also a race car driver in that Stallone bomb a few years ago... Remember the Titans was great..

Thanks guys. I was indeed referring to the execrable Tim Jablonski, played by Kip Pardue, although I didn't remember Jablonski's name and didn't recognize Pardue until you guys reminded me who he was.
post #1920 of 2325
The song in psychedelic club: The Electric Circus

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dY9PY4r83p8

Serge Gainsbourg & Brigitte Bardot - Bonnie And Clyde
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