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Anyone else watches it? or is that tabu? whats thoughts(of the series)?
thoughts are they need to fucking work out their differences with contracts and shit and start making the next fucking season..
its fucking awesome
It was a good show.
anyway...i think someone should do a series of the same matter in the 80`s...(on the same level of realism)
i mean can you imagine the high-powered world of advertising in 1980`s with this sort of realismo, set in LA, NY, London, Buenos Aires, Rio...etc
that'd be sweet - though would take some serious talent (ie. mad men crew) for it not to just feel oh-my-the-80's-were-so-craaazy...
don't be silly, all eras are interesting...but now that i have seen this i am just curious how they would (someone), scene wise transport the whole 50/60 dark suit & tie/lucky strike /Scotch/vodka onto disco, skate boarding,rolling stones/punk/MJ/madonna/-coke, pils...etc...
somebody pour me a timeline, make it old-fashioned.
the ending of the last season was weird but still can't wait for it to start up again. fantastic show.
when is the nest season?
Superb Art Direction, wardrobe is supreme and the color palette is insane.
Love the show but the sixties are getting a bit tired. They need to skip to all the seventies and get to coke, disco, race riots and anal sex.
wish they would bring back Sal and Rachel
"that 80's show"
Joan Halloway...Mmmmm </creepystare>
I hope it comes back soon.
January is such a betty, but only in that show, I've seen other things where she's on and she looks weird, anyone thinks the same?
I just started watching this the other day. Got through the second episode, second disc, season 1. It's fuckin' lame. I was so disappointed. They over-emphasize the cliches and I don't even give a shit to watch enough to find out what happened in Draper's past. Saw his little brother find him... I'm through. Too fuckin' cheesy.
Nice set propping though.