Can anyone here count the number of great things Don has done for the company within the past couple of seasons? A lot of people seem to only remember his high points which were few relative to his fuck ups and treating people like they should be glad to know him. Some people have some heavy blinders on. Which I guess is some very good work on Weiner and Hamm's parts. SAme with Roger Sterling who is generally loved despite his awful behavior.
5/6/14 at 12:35pm