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post #556 of 1213
i think betty still wants don's cock.
post #557 of 1213
^how astute. would be just like don to rebone her at some point. I love the ridiculous face don makes just before he goes in for it with teh ladies.
post #558 of 1213
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i think betty still wants don's cock.

+100. My sentiments exactly!
post #559 of 1213
I loved the camera angle when Betty was getting chewed out by Henry in the car. She looked/acted exactly like Sally. It is obvious that she is extremely jealous of Don, despite "knowing" that she has everything (except Don).

I loved the swimming scene where he races the guy in next swimming lane, only to realize it was pointless.

I am very curious to see how his relationship with alcohol changes. It is going to be hard to witness this series move into the late 60s. At some point the styles are going to become awful, and it will affect the characters.

I did not like Joan in this episode. Something was bothering me. Not sure what it was...

I felt like cheering when Don walked out of the NYAC and The Stones were playing...





StreetMinimal the quote is:

"We're flawed because we want so much...We're ruined because we get these things and wish for what we had."
post #560 of 1213
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I did not like Joan in this episode. Something was bothering me. Not sure what it was...


Oh I dunno, maybe her extraordinary cuntiness in the elevator....
post #561 of 1213
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i think betty still wants don's cock.

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^how astute.

would be just like don to rebone her at some point. I love the ridiculous face don makes just before he goes in for it with teh ladies.

At one point, Weiner did reveal that he envisioned Don and Betty still being together in the 70s.
post #562 of 1213
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About the random dood...don't forget that last kid is probably not Don's.

She was already pregnant when she hooked up with that guy in the bar. It is Don's kid.
post #564 of 1213
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Does anyone else think Dr. Miller is Congressman Miller's daughter, the one who wants to run for president? I looked the name up and he ends up being Goldwater's VP candidate in the 68 election which fits in right.

'64, not '68. In other words, already passed in the show's timeline.
post #565 of 1213
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'64, not '68. In other words, already passed in the show's timeline.

beat me to it
post #566 of 1213
This season continues to surprise and delight me.

That is all.
post #567 of 1213
Anyone else thing the new husband's actions seemed funny?

I thought this was going to get used as a push to get them out of don's house (which don asked about several episodes ago).

Making up some crap to get don's boxes out of the house is a petty symbolic gesture...he is still sleeping in don's bed.
post #568 of 1213
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Oh I dunno, maybe her extraordinary cuntiness in the elevator....

I think that was meant to just illustrate they both have their "feminine" ways of getting things done but at the end of the day, female equality in the workplace is still far off. But hey, people can say that today about the executive club.

However, I did like Draper's schooling for Peggy. God, I wish I could say some of this stuff to my own staff in a more direct manner.

I could predict that Joey was going to disappear soon given he was giving some extreme attitude to Joan. I'm surprised she didn't slap him for the rape comment.

Is Crane a bisexual or something? Why the hell does his office look so much better than Campbell's and Campbell is a partner? Actually I think it's even better than Pryce's tiny office.

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Anyone else thing the new husband's actions seemed funny?

I was surprised he does not speak of her as glowingly in front of his professional peers as he did in front of his mother. And of course, I think it was the first time he was stern with his new wife when she was present.

It was a good renewal episode for Draper; the swimming, eating even if it's only from a can, dating but not sleeping with everything that moves, and him showing up for Gene's birthday reminded me so much of Season 1 when he was there (partially) for Sally's birthday. That was the illusion that Betty wanted the most.
post #569 of 1213
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Anyone else thing the new husband's actions seemed funny?

He is just now realizing that his trophy wife may not be as great a catch as he had thought.

Great episode overall. Don has his mojo back.
post #570 of 1213
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Oh I dunno, maybe her extraordinary cuntiness in the elevator....

I don't know... I kind of felt like she made a good point to Peggy.

She is losing her confidence and that is her biggest asset. Well, maybe not her biggest asset(s), but you get my drift.

Even when she was having trouble with her marriage in Season 3, she kept her cool in the office. That was attractive. She is losing it. She told the guys off, but it was a low blow.
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