I just watched the recent episode of Mad Men thanks to my trip to Brussels. It was a delightful one since any Sally episode is a delightful one. Spoilers dwell below:
No one drafted Glen who may die in Vietnam. That would be quick since we have four episodes of the show, which should mean four months. Anyhow, we got teased. Any phone call waking Joan up would seem like a possibility that her ex-hubbie died in Vietnam (the Army probably does not send the officers to the door of the divorcee of a dead officer).
We saw Lou Avery briefly, but unless pitching comics got suddenly dangerous, he may not be at risk. Otherwise, not much progress besides another Bobby D sighting.
The only stray comment for this episode is that I realized that Joan was sleeping with a Kennedy, which was the dream of many a 60's lady. Bruce Greenwood played JFK in Thirteen Days (not to mention voicing animated Batman and being a Starflleet Admiral Pike).
Anyhow, heaps of fun, but not much death on this show. Silly game, Steve, silly game.
It was a delightful one since any Sally episode is a delightful one. pool maintenance nj
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