Mad Men Season 3

"Shut the Door. Have a Seat..."

This is the third season finale of Mad Men. We've got a full recap of results from it.

"The Grown Ups"

We get a glimpse of Peggy's taste in men this week. The episode is titled "The Grown Ups.'

"The Gypsy and the Hobo"

A former client returns to Sterling Cooper this week, as Betty takes the children on a trip.

"The Color Blue"

The firm celebrates a milestone this week. Read all about it in our recap.

"Wee Small Hours"

This episode of Mad Men is titled "Wee Small Hours." In it, Don can't satisfy his clients.


Don tries to include Betty in his life on this episode of Mad Men. She goes with him on a business trip.

"Seven Twenty Three"

Don thinks deeply about his future in this episode of Mad Men. Meanwhile, Betty gets involved in politics.

"Guy Walks Into an Advertising Agency"

The sixth episode of Mad Men's third season is titled "Guy Walks Into an Advertising Agency." Let's take a closer look at it.

"The Fog"

Sally's behavior is a problem this week on Mad Men. Betty and Don must figure out a solution for their daughter.

"The Arrangements"

A new client is introduced to the firm in this episode. Also, Peggy goes looking for a roommate.

"My Old Kentucky Home"

What happens during overtime at Sterling Cooper? That question is answered in this episode.

"Love Among the Ruins"

Here's a recap of the second episode of Mad Men's third season. It's titled "Love Among the Ruins."

"Out of Town"

This is the third season premiere of Mad Men. In it, Don takes a trip out of town.

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Mad Men Season 3 Quotes

Lola: "I could listen to him read the phone book."
Peggy: "Well. When he gets to S, I need Howard Sullivan at Lever Brothers."

"I keep going to a lot of places and ending up somewhere I've already been.