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^ me too. I was hoping Don might waking up in Tahoe in 1972 with a full-blown mustache. :-)

And a polyester leisure suit with huge lapels and.bell bottoms?
Back to work in a hideous broad check jacket that will have some people on here coming in thei pants?
post #167 of 175
There seemed to be a subtle change in Roger's wardrobe last night. He looked a bit disheveled with his shirts and suits a little on the rumpled, boxy side. It might just be me, but it would reflect Roger's new role as gadfly drunk...not that he was ever anything else...but it seems to be more acute this time round.

But screw the men's clothes. Don's wife in the "time to clean up" scene was. Well.
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There seemed to be a subtle change in Roger's wardrobe last night. He looked a bit disheveled with his shirts and suits a little on the rumpled, boxy side. It might just be me, but it would reflect Roger's new role as gadfly drunk...not that he was ever anything else...but it seems to be more acute this time round.
But screw the men's clothes. Don's wife in the "time to clean up" scene was. Well.

Yeah, and I thought the mini-dress she wore at the party would be the high water mark of that episode.

I liked the range of clothes at the party as well - the younger people in more casual clothes and the older ones in jacket and tie. I liked Pete's madras and thought Harry's lime green (I think it was) mock was pretty atrocious, but spot on with what he seems to be turning into. The whole party seemed to have a swinging sixties vibe to it that I am guessing will be a theme this year.

I agree about Roger. I thought maybe that was just sloppy costuming, but not with that show. Also his wife Jane seems to have gained some weight.
Edited by porcelain monkey - 3/26/12 at 6:07pm
post #169 of 175

If you ever told me that I'd one day sit drooling over a woman in granny panties, I wouldn't have believed you until today.

post #170 of 175
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Don's wife in the "time to clean up" scene was. Well.

The show is going a little risque... nod[1].gif
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The show is going a little risque... nod[1].gif

So the filth series is worth bit-torrenting then.
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Imagine going to work and suiting up in those costumes. That would make  my day.

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So the filth series is worth bit-torrenting then.

Freudian slip?
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post #175 of 175
That's what I call a real plaid sportcoat and a crested necktie worn by John Slattery. It would be something if Don Draper worn kipper neckties and Turnbull & Asser shirts from now-defunct Bonwit Teller and Ohrbach's (now-defunct store, was popular store in the 1960s).
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