Don Draper is dead, long live Dick Whitman.
There were plenty of indications that someone in the Mad Men universe was going to kick the bucket this year. This was the season that began with a near-death experience, after all, and then proceeded to be onl more
This sixth season of Mad Men had its ups and downs, but "In Care Of" was a brilliant finale.
The journey that Don Draper has been on throughout these past six years has been a long and arduous one, yet during this final hour he may have matured more than more
The Journal's panel of experts and academics weighs in on the season finale of "Mad Men," titled "In Care Of." Read More... http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2013/06/23/mad-men-a-conversation-a-taste-of-chocolate/?mod=WSJBlog
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "In Care Of," the sixth season finale of AMC's "Mad Men," in which Don has memories of chocolate, Ted makes a decision about Peggy and Pete takes a drive. Read More... http://www.hitfix.com/whats-alan-watching/season-finale more
We've seen several brilliant "Mad Men" finales over the years, but "In Care Of" is a true showstopper.The series could literally end right here, with every character having undergone a tremendous six season arc. But there's one more season to go (barring more
One of the problems I’ve always had with Mad Men is Don Draper. He’s a horrible father and husband. He’s a drunk. He’s arrogant, narcissistic, and a liar. The only things that save him from being thoroughly repellent are that he’s handsome and charming. T more
With only one episode left in the sixth season of "Mad Men," we think it's a good time to look back at the highs and lows Don Draper and company have delivered this year.It started with the two-hour season premiere "The Doorway" back in April, and even th more
This week on Mad Men, the Bob Benson mystery finally gets solved, Sally makes a pretty impressive pitch for her own '60s Mean Girls spin-off and Don destroys everyone's happiness just because he can. Oh yeah, and Ken Cosgrove gets shot in the face. more