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Mad Men (AMC) TV Show

Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by Melody Bot, Jan 11, 2016.

  1. Melody Bot

    Your friendly little forum bot. Staff Member

    Mad Men is an American period drama television series created by Matthew Weiner and produced by Lionsgate Television. The series premiered on July 19, 2007, on the cable network AMC. After seven seasons and 92 episodes, Mad Men's final episode aired on May 17, 2015.
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  2. I find myself thinking of this show from time to time ... just incredible.
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  3. Viva Sonata Prestigious

    Rewatching this show next summer.
  4. kupe


    One of my favorite shows ever, so much catharsis comes from watching these characters. Although many thought the quality dipped in the later seasons, I loved this show from start to finish. So many amazing moments in the finale.
  5. Morrissey


    The quality did not dip; if anything, it improved when it got out of the stuffy older offices and the Draper home. Season Six has a few storylines that feel half-baked, but it still has an emotional power that the earlier seasons struggled with.
  6. fronkensteen


    One of my favorite moments from the series is in season six. In the episode "The Crash", the woman puts the stethoscope on Don's chest and listens and she says "It's broken" and Don responds "You can hear that?" and she meant that the stethoscope was broken, not his heart.
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  7. drstrong

    I'm Back.

    Still the best overall series of television I've ever seen.
  8. Signifire

    Headphones blaring three stacks Prestigious

    Need to rewatch the last season
  9. MrRobot

    Twitter/IG: @scott325

    This is my favorite pitch in the whole series.

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  10. PandaBear!

    Trusted Prestigious

    That one may well be my favorite episode of the whole series; t is fucking bizarre the way it jumps/cuts all the time. Wasn't Ken's tapdance in that ep too?
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  12. OhTheWater

    Let it run Supporter

    Idk how I feel about the last episode/season overall, but the later seasons were certainly the best of the series. My mind often wanders to the episode where Sally and Glenn (I think it's Glenn) go to the museum
  13. Morrissey


    One of the best endings to a show. It seemed so aimless in real time but it all came together for Don's storyline, even if the romance between Peggy and Stan was bizarre.
  14. MrRobot

    Twitter/IG: @scott325

    Agreed. Even though I liked the idea of them together in theory, the way it came together was weird. Ending overall was perfect though.
  15. fronkensteen


    Bert's swan song is one of the best moments as well.
  16. PandaBear!

    Trusted Prestigious

    yeah Bert's last scene was one of the highlights of the whole series for me; Jon Hamm's acting just watching the number really hit me for some reason. "Don my boy..."
  17. OotyPa

    fall away

    Started rewatching this last week and just finished season one. Still so so good
  18. Nathan

    Always do the right thing. Supporter

  19. Jeff

    Regular Prestigious

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  20. ReginaPhilange

    Trusted Prestigious

    I miss this show. Really gave me some perspective on what good television is.
  21. I swear Don's reaction after the number destroyed me. Probably the most heartfelt moment of the entire show for me:

  22. Jake Gyllenhaal

    Wookie of the Year Supporter

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  23. Jeff

    Regular Prestigious

    Just watched the season 7 opener last night.

    Don stepping out on the balcony to "You Keep Me Hanging On" is a top music moment in this series.
  24. omgrawr Apr 6, 2016
    (Last edited: Apr 6, 2016)

    That loneliness is not a function of solitude.

    Oh god Mad Men. So good. Certainly a show that will stick with for a long, long time. I remember the first time watching the first episode I knew nothing about it. You see Don at the office and in the city with a woman and you're like "alright this guys has a lot going on."

    Then at the end he goes home to his wife and kids and I was like "oh shit!" I can't recall ankther show where I felt so conflicted about so many characters because they all showed some good and some very bad traits.
  25. fronkensteen


    Yeah, that scene was fantastic. Cosgrove is such a great character.
    I was going to reply to his post with this gif. Just amazing acting right there.
    I'll never forget watching that first episode. Him going home to Betty and the kids and the final shot of him in their bedroom (which they mirror in the final season with Pete in his daughter's room with Trudy watching, by the way) and I got goosebumps.

    I want more discussion on this show here. I recently watched all of it and I wasn't able to stop watching each night. It's such an easy show for me to put on and just get lost. I think it might be my favorite show ever.