After viewing the eleventh Season Three episode of ”MAD MEN” called (3.11) “The Gypsy and the Hobo”, I came up with the following observations:
A Few Observations of “MAD MEN”: (3.11) “The Gypsy and the Hobo”
*Ever since his affair with Suzanne Farrell began in (3.09) “Wee Small Hours”, Don Draper has been increasingly dismissive of Betty’s presence. In some ways, he seemed to be in a great hurry to get her and the kids out of the house. And that is understandable, considering that he had proposed to Suzanne, a trip to Mystic, Connecticut during Betty’s absence in order...
Not long after Season Two of "MAD MEN" aired nearly three years ago, I wrote this artikulo about one of that season's recurring characters, Bobbie Barrett:
"MAD MEN": Sex and Bobbie Barrett
The fans’ reactions to the character of Bobbie Barrett have always intrigued me. In this araw and age – namely the early 21st century – I never understood why they held her in such a low regard. Let me explain.
I had enjoyed Season Two of "MAD MEN" very much. In fact, I would say that I found it even madami interesting than Season One. Many fans have nagkomento that the female characters seemed to have developed...
I first wrote this episode about Betty Francis (the first Mrs. Don Draper) and Megan Draper after the end of "MAD MEN" Season Four:
THE FUTURE AND PAST MRS. DON DRAPER
As many fans know, (4.13) "Tomorrowland", the Season Four finale of "MAD MEN" revealed Don Draper aka Dick Whitman proposing marriage to his secretary, Megan. And she sinabi yes. Megan is just as beautiful as Betty. She is younger and seemed to be a better parent than the former Mrs. Draper.
Some fans have criticized Don for dumping the pragmatic Faye Miller for the superficially satisfying Megan. Some have waxed lyrical over Don's...