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After what can only be described as two really superior episodes of the season. the finale better not be a letdown. With Don "back" the next episode better focus on that, however i get the feeling he will be guilty about Lanes death and he will blame himself. They should however have the funeral next episode however and have Don speak.
The absence of Peggy not being memtioned is unusual. And am I the only one who gets bored everytime Sally appears, she is a spoilt brat who knows how to play her parents to get what she wants and the awkward relationship with Glenn isn't going away either...
At first you could see Betty could hardly put her arms around Sally...Is she that afraid to show her daughter affection? She has to be the worst TV Mom out there...but it was nice that she held and comforted her, i was very surprised. I can't believe Lane committed suicide...how awful for him and everyone else involved....i love Don's new found enthusiasm for his job.
Mad Men has its mojo back. I actually thought Lane was going to jump out of a window.
It was a good episode, nice follow-up to last week. I expected and hoped Lane was going to kill himself, he was the only one who realistically had a reason to do it.
Sally was on fire this week, with her "fresh" tongue, verbal whiplash all over the place. I loved the fact, regardless how much she dislikes Betty, she still ran to her for comfort. It was a great mother/daughter moment.
Thank goodness Roger said he "missed" Don and verbalized what I've been feeling all season. I can't wait to see how it ends next week.
In all of this activity there was no mention of Peggy's departure.... Seemed a little out of sync....but now Lane's gone too...unless there is a Lane dream sequence....
Loved the episode and cant wait for the season finale. This show literally gets better with every season like Breaking Bad. And I think you mean Lane's "suicide" not success.
I really enjoyed Lane's character! He brought an interesting depth to the show I thought. I heard myself saying out loud as he sat in the car, "Lane, no!" The last scene between Don and him was amazing. It was so hard sit there watching him lie, and then give up, and Don with a quick reply for everything. (Made me wish Don had the news of my last 3 lay-offs!;)) I felt my stomach drop when his wife showed the Jaguar she'd bought, and then so did his! It will be interesting to see how the talk or don't talk about it going forward!
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