mad men meme monday
don’t call it a comeback.
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Photo by Michael Yarish/AMCDawn seems to be easing into her role as Head of Personnel, though Don’s sudden return isn’t helping her. He still treats her like his secretary and she seems #overit. Let’s see how this plays out next week....
Photo by Michael Yarish/AMCWait, when did everyone turn on Don?! I understand he effed up majorly at the Hershey’s meeting, but that was months ago and there’s really no denying that Don is a creative wizard who’s saved SC&P many times. I understand that Jim Cutler may never be #TeamDon, but Joan and Burt? I expected more from them.
Photo by Justina Mintz/AMCBetty really tried to me a good mother to Bobby--she even drank the cow’s milk!--but at her core, Betty really only cares about herself. It’s only a matter of time before Bobby gets wise to her manipulative ways like Sally did. I think it’s pretty safe to say that if Mad Men was set in 2003, it would just be Arrested Development with Betty as Lucille Bluth, Sally as Lindsay Bluth, Bobby as Michael, and Gene as Buster.
Photo by Justina Mintz/AMCIf only Betty could know that in the future, Bobby’s look would be so welcome on the sidewalks of the LES.
Photo by AMCWhat kind of husband doesn’t compliment his wife’s new teeth?! Oh, yeah, the totally self-obsessed, ashamed kind. Megan’s life in Los Angeles isn’t going how she expected, so it’s easy to see why she’d want to keep Don on her roster of friends, even if he’s a terrible husband. Once she figures out he’s been lying all along (and that he has no intention to move to LA), she cuts the cord. But how is she going to pay for her pad in the hills?
Photo by Michael Yarish/AMCDon and SC&P...it’s a bad relationship for both parties, but it’s never going to end.