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Desc:In which Don Draper rips out our hearts and his own for a buck.
Category:Classic TV Clips, Advertisements
Tags:family, Advertising, Mad Men, Carousel
Submitted:Rodents of Unusual Size
Date:01/30/14
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infinite zest - 2014-01-30
It's like he hit me like a wrecking ball.
Nominal - 2014-01-31
Silly doughy egghead scientists. Why can't they have martini lunches, juggle mistresses, and only work 5 minutes a month like the rest of us dapper gents?
lotsmoreorcs - 2014-01-31
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YakooMarkTwo - 2014-01-31
While this scene is a little heavy handed for MM, 5 stars to offset the 1 star vote.
exy - 2014-01-31
Tis heavy, but it's kind of the core of the 1st season's climax, as I recall. (Glad I saw it that way first.) If they'd killed the show after 1, Don Draper might have ended up not a shithead.

Sexy Duck Cop - 2014-01-31
It's a testament to how fucking boring Mad Men is that this constitutes a climax to anything.

NO NO JUST WATCH ANOTHER 36 HOURS I PROMISE IT PICKS UP

Oscar Wildcat - 2014-01-31
If you've ever sat in such a meeting, the first words out of the clients mouth would be "What! No pictures of the stag party? We're out of here" General manly guffawing and all that rubbish.

One star because I came expecting to see ad men floating up to the ceiling and exploding, and was disappointed.

lotsmoreorcs - 2014-01-31
Renew! Renew! No, not for a fucking seventh season! Renew!

Hooker - 2014-01-31
I have never understood this boring, thin show. The visual design is great but everything from the amount I watched moved along like every TV show ever. It's like modern video games; the exact same game you've played before, but with better paint.
bopeton - 2014-01-31
Agreed. It's the story of one exceptionally boring man's life where he does nothing but go to work.

Sexy Duck Cop - 2014-01-31
Dames will never have disposable income.

Negroes will never have political significance.

Assuming the show begins in 1960, it will take the show 78 seasons to develop this basic fucking premise.

FABIO - 2014-01-31
Not only is it boring, it just annoys me how lazy the appeal is.

Archaisms! What's this nonsense about cigarettes being unhealthy? As a smoking doctor, I can tell you they're much more safe than this "pill". At least the negros still know their place as they serve me my hourly drink. Wow look at all these high tech electric typewriters and state of the art switchboard! Hey, did you know we actually have a Jew working in the mail room? MY STETSON/FEDORA FASHION STATEMENT: VALIDATED, MOTHERFUCKER!

Advertising! The single laziest career for a character when you want to appeal to boring people who consider themselves creative. Lounge around for weeks in a posh office and all you'll ever have to do is come up with a last second slogan for three minute meetings. If the client is a rich hot heiress, you'll get to bang her after.

Meanwhile, back to Betty being sad...

FABIO - 2014-01-31
Is that Pan Am show still on? Looked like they were going for Mad Men on planes.

I imagine that, somewhere in the pilot episode, one character remarks on how huge these new jet airliners are. "It's almost as big as a computer!"

candyheadrobot - 2014-01-31
This show is still a popular theme for office holiday costume parties. That's all I ever needed to know about it.

Sexy Duck Cop - 2014-01-31
I liked it when the show was hyping up Don Draper's Mysterious Past as though it was gonna be this enormous bombshell, and after 24 hour-long episodes of Don drunkenly powerslouching, you learn that his Big Secret is literally the exact plot to that universally hated Simpsons episode where Principal Skinner revealed his real name was Armand Tanzarian.
BHWW - 2014-01-31
I used to like the show but the past couple of seasons have been a steady run downhill to this last season being painful to watch, it was like when it started getting closer to the 70s Weiner and Co. didn't know what to do anymore.
baleen - 2014-01-31
I watched this show for 1.5 seasons almost exclusively for Joan. After she was raped I thought they were milking it. It died young for me, much to the dismay of my obsessed friends.

Much of it is that I do not give a flying fuck about the misfortunes of advertising staff. I care about Joan though.
chairsforcheap - 2014-01-31
lol joan and milking

baleen - 2014-01-31
I... ok.

That guy - 2014-01-31
Not best scene here, but I shudder to think of what the favorite shows of the low-starring people might be.
Me snob, you philistine.
Nominal - 2014-01-31
Twin Peaks, Boardwalk Empire.

Ball's in your court, elitist!

NancyDrewFan123 - 2014-01-31
If you think Mad Men is boring after the last season of Boardwalk Empire, I got nothing.

How a show can make a firefight a snoozefest I'll never know.

Maybe if it was just about Van Alden.

That guy - 2014-01-31
Can I just call your bet and see what you bet next?
I'll let you do all the work.

Hooker - 2014-02-01
I've been watching the 1990 live-action Flash series.

Sexy Duck Cop - 2014-02-01
Breaking Bad.

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