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post #436 of 760
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Originally Posted by Gibonius View Post

Don's wants are not known to be reliable in the long term.

Mostly because don hasn't a clue what he really wants.
post #437 of 760
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

Umm, no, that is not exactly what you said.
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smile.gif it surely was.
post #438 of 760
Bob Benson was pretty assertive and confident after getting on Chevy but then pulls a Sal Romano move.
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Neil and Bob Benson
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when does amazon put the new episodes up?
post #441 of 760
The Sally incident was brutal. Don is screwed.

The Bob Benson reveal was unexpected but not terribly exciting. Was hoping his secret would be something more intriguing.
post #442 of 760
That scene with Bob Benson was awkward but not nearly as difficult to watch as Sally walking in on Don and Silvia. I guess this episode could put to rest the "Megan is dead" theory.
I still think Pete is going to die by the end of this season...from the previews for next week's episode, his shotgun from season 1 is back in the fold. Also, they played his quote from earlier this season "I got big things coming etc..."
post #443 of 760
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Originally Posted by ChetB View Post

The Sally incident was brutal. Don is screwed.

The Bob Benson reveal was unexpected but not terribly exciting. Was hoping his secret would be something more intriguing.

Was that a reveal at all? Isnt Bob with Joan? I thought the knee bump is just to hint the caretaker is not interested in women
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That scene with Bob Benson was awkward but not nearly as difficult to watch as Sally walking in on Don and Silvia. I guess this episode could put to rest the "Megan is dead" theory.
I still think Pete is going to die by the end of this season...from the previews for next week's episode, his shotgun from season 1 is back in the fold. Also, they played his quote from earlier this season "I got big things coming etc..."

I hope Pete is not dead. As much as I don't like his character, he is still an integral part if the show.
post #444 of 760
Yet another episode reaffirming my hatred of every single character except Bert.
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OMG @ Bob Bunson coming on to Pete. I didn't see that coming at all.

EDIT: Also, that poor doorman is going to lose his job. he was just trying to help.
post #446 of 760
so now both Don and Sally have the distinct honor of walking in on a parent plowing some other person. Hopefully Sally doesn't turn out as douchy as Don.
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i pretty sure that weiner said in an interview, that pete does not die.
post #448 of 760
Pete shoots Bob Benson.

I thought it was a pretty good epi last night. We saw inside Ted's personal life a bit (troubled marriage for sure), the Don/Ted relationship development, Pete's mother talking to Peggy about having a child together (mistakenly but still soooo good), and then the whole Sally thing. It was all pretty good and Jon Hamm really acted the part of the mortified father well. His walking one way in the lobby, then turning around to walk the other way, the slump of his shoulders...it was really well portrayed. And the dinner table scene where Don walks in drunk (drinking all day over Sally catching him) and then the two male Rosens come in to thank Don, and Megan all happy thinking Don's such a good guy...awesome.

Also, yeah, it looks like Megan is still alive. It was an out there theory but was fun to consider.
post #449 of 760
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so now both Don and Sally have the distinct honor of walking in on a parent plowing some other person. Hopefully Sally doesn't turn out as douchy as Don.

Interesting, she and her friend were already acting pretty borderline sleazy for young girls. This event may push her to cross the line of promiscuity and just not care, just like her dad.
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I found myself thinking how much the dynamic between Pete and Peggy had changed in the scene at the base of the steps when Ted partners Peggy with Pete for the Avon meeting. It was nice to see the show revisit that relationship.
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