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    If Don does die on the show, maybe that's the person jumping off the building... seems to fit

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    Ya'll remember 2 or 3 years ago, in a episode, where Don is leaving to go to lunch and is waiting on the elevator and when the elevator door opens, there's no elevator car....it's just the cavernous shaft? We were all trying to figure out what it symbolized....

    I wonder if that's going to re-appear in the finale?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluebonnet View Post
    I am cancelling cable after this season of Mad Men. Srsly. I can get by with PBS and the main networks since Mad Men will no longer be on the air. That's how good of a show it is, Sluce! LOL!
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    Yeah, I'm another one who hasn't seen it! I have a question tho - my ball & chain and I are almost done binge watching Breaking Bad and I don't think that Jon Hamm's hotness will be a compelling reason for him to want to watch MM. Is it more of a chick type show because of the Hot Hamm, or is it a guy show too?

    are you guys watching 'better call saul' by any chance?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Annika View Post
    are you guys watching 'better call saul' by any chance?
    Actually, we plan to finish up Breaking Bad first, then move on to Saul. Trying to go in order Saul in BB is awesome.
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    Ooooo-weeee, wait until you get into it, eeyore! You'll love Saul even more. There is a lot that went into making him who he is on that show!!! And it's riveting!
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    Ooh another vouch for Better Call Saul! I loved watching how him and Mike met and that dynamic.

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    Add me to the list of people who have never watched Mad Men; I've also never watched Breaking Bad or Walking Dead, though my son is a fan of both...

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    I've watched all three and I love all three. They are all very different shows. i can't really say one is better than the others. The things they have in common are what make them great: great writers, great cast, and great directors and creators.
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    I love Mad Men. I will be sad when its over.
    I am all over Don but I love Pete Campbell too.
    I laughed till I cried when they had to "move" the older secretary.
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    Big "Mad Men" fan! So much so that I have Roger's book, "Sterling's Gold," the Mad Men cocktail book, and these:

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    Love the dolls
    People assume that time is a strict progression of cause to effect, but *actually* from a non-linear, non-subjective viewpoint - it's more like a big ball of wibbly wobbly... time-y wimey... stuff.

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    Mad Men is second only to the Sopranos in my all-time favorite list. It's not a feel-good show. It's dark, depressing and dishonest. JH is amazing and hot, but there's soooo much more.
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