Happiness. It's what everyone wants, and, generally, people will do almost anything to attain it. The men and women of Sterling Cooper are experts at selling happiness to their clients and, thus, the customer. Still, so many of the characters on Mad Men are only what Roger calls "conspicuously happy" - carrying on the illusion of contentment while deeper trouble brews. Is Joan's marriage to a soon-to-be-rich (or maybe not) doctor real happiness? Can Peggy's euphoric high from smoking a joint last forever? Can money, earned or stolen, fix all your problems? For the sake of TV drama, let's hope not.
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