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mad men: 'the fog'

A third of the season is over already. I can't believe that! But I'm going to focus on all the episodes left in this season.

Season 3, Episode 5: The Fog
Betty and Don deal with Sally. Pete pursues a new angle in business. Betty has a strange dream.

Remember to track and come back.


Sep. 14th, 2009 04:04 am (UTC)
We're clearly moving into the uncomfortable stage for dealing with race relations.

Watching Pete question Hollis on the elevator was uncomfortable. Pete clearly doesn't have a clue. Your thinking about this is a narrow way. The idea is everyone is going to have a house, a television. It’s the American Dream.

But who's American Dream, Pete? He doesn't get that the American Dream he described to Hollis might not be as attainable.

Had to love the line Every job has it's ups and downs. Hollis's job has many.

You knew the pitch with Admiral was going South. And the chiding he got from Roger, Burt and Pryce was fun to watch. (If only for Roger's line of the night.) But I loved that fact that Pryce caught that fact that there might be an opening to market directly to "negroes". He's not dumb. He sees the opportunity to make some money.