After last week’s cryptic offering, Mad Men returned this week with a very straightforward episode and a straightforward title. “The Better Half” was all about relationships, with a side note about choice, moving on, and recapturing the past. Not all of t more
We can't go so far as to call "The Better Half" an optimistic episode of "Mad Men," but there's an unusual sense of hopefulness to the little breakthroughs (and one big breakup) that occur throughout.Don, Roger and even Pete have conversations that force more
While there were a lot of moving parts on " The Better Half " this week's Mad Men featured the original king and queen of the cast, Don and Betty Draper. It was a surprising turn of events and deserves some deep exploration. To start, we'll cover the othe more
Without injections of PCP, you would assume this week's Mad Men , "The Better Half," would be a bit of a slower episode where everyone acts normal. But then Don and Betty have sex for the first time in a very, very long time. And Peggy accidentally stabs more
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Mad Men took a surreal turn this week as Jim Cutler reveals that he has more in common with Roger than just their silver fox looks. Cutler brings in his own personal doctor and gives half the office an 'energy boosting' injection that is meant to provide more
While this episode opens with a wild joyride, I can’t help but wonder if Don Draper will ever experience the full crash promised by the show’s opening credits.
The most unexpected aspect of “The Crash” is the high-speed beginning, which marks a first f more