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post #151 of 730
I'm looking for some historical context on these two:

- Was it common for adults to let children drive in the early 1960s the way Sally was?
- Was there some beef between Sweden and Norway at the time?

In the scene with Sal and his wife, I was a bit confused as Sal went on explaining the Bye Bye Birdie scene to his wife. Part way through the demonstration she gets this odd look on her face; I was thinking A) She is suspecting that her husband is gay B) His directorial abilities aren't exactly the greatest or C) Something I'm just not seeing?

Anyway it was a good episode.
post #152 of 730
she thinks he's a homo.
post #153 of 730
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she thinks he's a homo.

Agreed, he was so flamboyant and over the top.
post #154 of 730
^ i saw a preview from next week's episode, sal pounds her in the asshole while shaving her head
post #155 of 730
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^ i saw a preview from next week's episode, sal pounds her in the asshole while shaving her head

Thanks.... I think..
post #156 of 730
she knows he's gay,wonder when peggy is gonna come out?
post #157 of 730
^peggy may well have an "encounter" this season.
post #158 of 730
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^peggy may well have an "encounter" this season.

With her "roomie"? Remember Joan's old roommate?

I think Peggy is going to get swept up in the women's and civil rights movement bit time.
post #159 of 730
sal's wife is all WTF because teh ghey wasn't invented until the 1980s so nobody knows what's going on and they're all "lolwut why are you dancing and prancing no make-a love to the wifey?" damn, he's in some awkward scenes this season. that patio commercial is one of the most annoying things i've ever sat through. i wanna see peggy and her hot roommate pat tortillas. can they do that on AMC?
post #160 of 730
I found Sally's and grandpa G's relationship endearing, to bad they had to kill him off so soon.


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that patio commercial is one of the most annoying things i've ever sat through.


Agree, I'm gonna have to look up old commercials to see if they really were that annoying.

What makes you guys think Peggy is gay?
post #161 of 730
boredom mainly. just wanna see some chicks make out. i also want her to just go all apeshit womens' lib and burn bras/lez out.
post #162 of 730
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In the scene with Sal and his wife, I was a bit confused as Sal went on explaining the Bye Bye Birdie scene to his wife. Part way through the demonstration she gets this odd look on her face; I was thinking A) She is suspecting that her husband is gay B) His directorial abilities aren't exactly the greatest or C) Something I'm just not seeing?

Only moments before, she had referred to him as a "conquering hero." Then he played with obvious zeal the part of a coquette. A breach opened in her mind between how she had been trying to view him and the effeminate way in which he had displayed himself. She began to grasp the contours of the problem.

That was a very awkward scene.
post #163 of 730
Is it just me, or did Kinsey's not getting sacked for expressing his Penn Station views to the client demolish much of the carefully constructed authenticity of the prior two seasons?
post #164 of 730
Yes, it's just you. I don't think it had anything t to do with "demolish[ing] much of the carefully constructed authenticity of the prior two seasons?". It didn't seem as if Don nor the new owners gave two shits about getting that account.
post #165 of 730
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Is it just me, or did Kinsey's not getting sacked for expressing his Penn Station views to the client demolish much of the carefully constructed authenticity of the prior two seasons?

have you seen the pilot... the way don spoke to rachel menken, i don't think expressing an opinion is something they'd let him go for.

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Yes, it's just you. I don't think it had anything t to do with "demolish[ing] much of the carefully constructed authenticity of the prior two seasons?". It didn't seem as if Don nor the new owners gave two shits about getting that account.

i think don cared about the acct to some degree, he certainly did after he landed them and then the brits let them go.
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