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mad men: "out of town"

My show is back!

When last we left the good people of Sterling Cooper a lot of things happened. I'm not going to attempt to summarize. I don't have that kind of time. 

Season 3, Episode 1: Out of Town
Salvatore and Don take a business trip out of town. Pete Campbell and Ken Cosgrove worry about the changes at Sterling-Cooper and how the changes will impact them.

The times are a changing.... so grab your martini and come discuss the changes -both personal and professional - in the lives of Don, Betty, Joan, Peggy, Pete and the rest of the gang.

Comments

gatsbyfan
Aug. 17th, 2009 03:48 am (UTC)
Don is limiting Sal's exposure
Exactly. I love the way Sepinwall puts it:as Sal braces himself to be condemned by Don, only to be relieved when Don, through his "Limit your exposure" pitch, basically gives him the 1963 version of "Keep it on the down-low."

Couple of comic relief moments of sort: Pete's weird dancing and Roger's reaction when arriving at the meeting late Oh, that meeting.

I got the reference that Roger was married (unpacking Greek treasures), but I apparently missed the fact that Joan is already married to the rapist. Poor Joan.

Only Betty can get away with a line like: She's taken to your tools like a little lesbian. She won't be winning any mother of the year awards any day soon. Something tells me poor Sally will be spending thousands in therapy to deal with her relationship with her mother.