Yes, Don starts off very dapper, mysterious, and cool. Until you learn it's all a facade. That was one thing I liked about the show (the protagonist was quite awful) although it lost its direction once Betty found out the truth about Don. Unfortunately, most of MM viewers had their heads too far up Weiners ass to notice.
Damn. I remember being chased by this unchained dog (pitbull I think) my final year of college. Fortunately found a house with an unlocked patio door. I did get mauled by my family guard dog (chained up 80% of the time as is the Nigerian way) when I was 5 or so. Still have scars on my shoulder from it. Needed rabies shots for a while.
I finally watched the finale last night. I thought it was a solid episode. However, it should be noted that I've generally been lukewarm about the show for the past few years. I truly believe a lot people took the show too seriously.
Edit - I seem to have forgotten while watching the episode and typing the above that I waited a whole year for the last 6ish episodes. Crazy. Anyway, episode was still okay.
Bigger question is why didn't Sauber get any "premium" money? They'd been in the sport roughly 20 years when those deals were made. Also, why is William's so much lower than McLaren? They're roughly on equal terms w/r/t success