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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.


Aug. 17th, 2009 04:33 pm (UTC)
Another thing I loved (to hate) is the consistency in Pete's "aiming for human emotion and missing by *thismuch*" personality. So MAD and UPSET to have to SHARE something that should be rightfully HIS because he's, you know, HIM! What. an. asshat.

And then the whole interchange after the joint meeting between Pete and the other guy...with the other guy looking at him like, "WTF? Way not to be a person..." He's so happy, and energetic, and enthusiastic about being given the opportunity. So genuine. *Exactly* the way he was towards Pete in the elevator when he thought the position was his alone. While Pete was exactly the opposite of the way he acted in the elevator....

Ah, yes. The bus is on its way now...

Something tells me poor Sally will be spending thousands in therapy to deal with her relationship with her mother.
Word, gatz. I think it was the "OUT!" that actually got to me more. I can't imagine speaking to my own daughter like that, when she's *not* the one in trouble.