Mad Men Recap: The Price of Impulsiveness

There were two central dramas on Sunday's Mad Men, a luxurious shame bath titled "Commissions and Fees." One juxtaposed the downfall of Lane Pryce, ad agency partner and secret embezzler, with little Sally Draper's panic attack over having her first period during a secret date with her sorta-boyfriend Glen. The other was a perversely funny duel between screenwriters Andrew and Maria Jacquematton and Mad Men's audience, which had been anticipating a major character's violent death since the start of the season and finally got it when Lane was pushed to resign by Don after Lane's "short-term loan" to himself was discovered, and responded by hanging himself in his office. Read More...


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