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 Post subject: Mad Men
PostPosted: Tue Nov 02, 2010 12:39 am 
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I miss you already.

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 Post subject: Re: Mad Men
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 Post subject: Re: Mad Men
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Sterling's Gold is coming out as an actual book!

http://www.amazon.com/Sterlings-Gold-Wi ... 0802119891

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 Post subject: Re: Mad Men
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celyn wrote:
I miss you already./quote]
We miss it, too; it feels funny when Sunday night comes around and there's no Mad Men to watch.
Lixa wrote:
Sterling's Gold is coming out as an actual book!
http://www.amazon.com/Sterlings-Gold-Wi ... 0802119891

Hilarious! I hope Miss Blankenship's wild and wicked youth gets adequate coverage!

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 Post subject: Re: Mad Men
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As of this morning, I'm up to date, and still adore Peggy and want to be her/her friend.

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 Post subject: Re: Mad Men
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i'm way behind. i'm trying to find torrents of it online but i am not very good at finding torrents.


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 Post subject: Re: Mad Men
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...I feel like a n00b asking, but is it the end of the season?

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 Post subject: Re: Mad Men
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jdfunks wrote:
As of this morning, I'm up to date, and still adore Peggy and want to be her/her friend.

I'm not caught up yet, but Peggy is my homegirl.


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 Post subject: Re: Mad Men
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Fupapack: Check your PMs.

Giraffe: Yes. In typical Mad Men fashion, the last episode was a big one.

I go back and forth on Peggy. Sometimes, I love her. Sometimes, I want to knock her upside the head. But mostly, I love her.

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 Post subject: Re: Mad Men
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Wait, when was the last episode of the season? Halloween? Or the week before?

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 Post subject: Re: Mad Men
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The season finale aired on October 17. It was called 'Tomorrowland'. It wasn't as mind-blowing as some of the other finales, but shiitake went down and a lot of questions arose.

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 Post subject: Re: Mad Men
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I'm rewatching Season 3 with friends. I had totally forgotten how awesome it is.

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 Post subject: Re: Mad Men
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I really miss this show already too. I keep hoping that one of the earlier seasons will show up on Netflix streaming so I can re-watch!


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 Post subject: Re: Mad Men
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I don't care what happens to anyone else, as long as Sally and Joan get what they want. Those ladies rule.


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 Post subject: Re: Mad Men
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I can't remember if I said this in the old thread, but...

I'm anxious to see where (or, more accurately, when) they'll start the next season. They left nearly a year between season 3 and season 4. I hope, with all the craziness that went down in the finale, that they don't come back at the beginning of 1967.

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 Post subject: Re: Mad Men
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getting caught up just beginning season 3!


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 Post subject: Re: Mad Men
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In case you ever had that feeling that Don Draper sure does say "what?" a lot

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R9DCafQq ... r_embedded

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 Post subject: Re: Mad Men
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Nebraskalaska wrote:
In case you ever had that feeling that Don Draper sure does say "what?" a lot

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R9DCafQq ... r_embedded


I never had that feeling, but now I sure do! At least he enunciates it very nicely.


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 Post subject: Re: Mad Men
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cherryblossom wrote:
Nebraskalaska wrote:
In case you ever had that feeling that Don Draper sure does say "what?" a lot

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R9DCafQq ... r_embedded


I never had that feeling, but now I sure do! At least he enunciates it very nicely.


It's that weird phenomenon where it stops sounding like a word!

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 Post subject: Re: Mad Men
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I kind of want to buy [Mad Men costume designer] Janie Bryant's style book. Ever since Tom and Lorenzo (two bloggers who have awesome Mad Men recaps and costume analysis) recommended it I've been thinking of ordering it.

http://tomandlorenzo2.blogspot.com/2010 ... -file.html

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 Post subject: Re: Mad Men
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Lixa wrote:
I kind of want to buy [Mad Men costume designer] Janie Bryant's style book. Ever since Tom and Lorenzo (two bloggers who have awesome Mad Men recaps and costume analysis) recommended it I've been thinking of ordering it.

http://tomandlorenzo2.blogspot.com/2010 ... -file.html

ooooo, want.

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 Post subject: Re: Mad Men
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I miss Mad Men so much. I can't wait to see what the dvd package is going to look like. I wish they would get creative again (1st season zippo, 2nd season Mencken's shirt box). I would love a sugarberry ham package.

I love Peggy, but I adore Joan. I also hope that wasn't the end of Bert. I want to get Mad Men: The Illustrated World because I loved Dyna Moe's work the first three seasons. The Joan paperdolls and Sally's drinking chart are my favorites.

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 Post subject: Re: Mad Men
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 Post subject: Re: Mad Men
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 Post subject: Re: Mad Men
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designedtobekind wrote:
cherryblossom wrote:
Nebraskalaska wrote:
In case you ever had that feeling that Don Draper sure does say "what?" a lot

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R9DCafQq ... r_embedded


I never had that feeling, but now I sure do! At least he enunciates it very nicely.


It's that weird phenomenon where it stops sounding like a word!


It totally is!!
I just finished season 3. Peter Campbell is a weasely little shiitake, and I hate that I feel sorry for Don.
Were there any faithful husbands in the 60s? I refuse to believe my dad behaved like that!

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