Mad Men Reviews
It's Valentine's Day on Mad Men and nobody is getting any love, not even Roger. Read on to find out more.
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Mad Men Review: Rich in Goods, Ragged in Spirit
On the Mad Men Season 7 premiere, things look a lot better on the outside than they do on the inside. And, once people get behind closed doors, the truth rears its head.
Mad Men Review: Not Great, Bob
A lot of things changed for Don Draper and SC&P during this week's season six finale of Mad Men. We think they changed for the better.
Mad Men Review: Men of Mystery
Don blew up Ted's spot and sent his baby away for a while on this week's Mad Men. Did either move make him man of the year in our opinion?
Mad Men Review: The Rat Trap
Mad Men earned its title this week, as people were running out of options and making crazy decisions for rational reasons. Read on for more!
Mad Men Review: It's Just a Name
On Mad Men: Don and Roger partied in L.A., while Joan attempt to get some new business back in NYC. Which piqued our interest more? Read the review to find out.
Mad Men Review: Drapers Revisited
On Mad Men, Don and Betty come to terms with their past in a way that might allow Don to move on with his future. Read the review for more details.
Mad Men Review: The Energy Elixir
Many at the agency were given a shot of energy on this week's Mad Men. Did that increased level of enthusiasm make for an entertaining hour of television?
Mad Men Review: Move Forward
The two agencies merged this week on Mad Men, which meant there was some serious downsizing needed. Were you happy with the changes to SCDP and CGC?
Mad Men Review: Merger and Acquisition
SCDP wasn't big enough to get Chevy. What did they do to counter that problem? And will it work out for the agency in the end?
Mad Men Review: We Are Made By History
Mad Men takes us to the day Martin Luther King Jr. was killed and how each character reacts to the implications. Read the review for more.
Mad Men Review: Dueling Pitches
The agencies competed for Heinz Ketchup on this week's Mad Men. Was that duel enough to hold our attention?