key series moments

The Kodak pitch meeting, with the aim to rebrand its famous slide projector, is a Don Draper tour de force.
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“Nixon vs. Kennedy” breaks out into two main stories: the first involves the presidential election of 1960 and more specifically the wild and crème de menthe-soaked office party at Sterling Cooper that takes place to celebrate the event, and the second showcases Pete’s dramatic confrontation with Don over the discovery of the latter’s true identity.
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“Indian Summer” features Don and Peggy making strides in their respective careers – Don is made partner in the wake of Roger’s second heart attack, while Peggy gets a raise and more responsibilities thanks to her adeptness with copy for a “weight loss” product for women – while their personal lives begin to unravel.
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“After all,” we might imagine Bert Cooper saying. “Who is really leading Don Draper’s life anyway?”
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“Shoot” is a Betty Draper-centric episode, and one that humanizes her and allows us to sympathize with her perhaps more than at many other points in the series.
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Don Draper, the boy who would later learn to shape shift his personality and identity and sales pitch to fit the want of others, so that he might survive and even thrive. But at a price.
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Game, set, and match, Mr. Draper.
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“Babylon” delves into their desires for what they wish the world to be and how they rearrange their lives and suffer the consequences in trying to make it so.
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"5G” jolts us with a deep dive into Don’s back story while examining issues of identity and what people do to maintain a version of themselves that they want themselves and others to see.
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"Grow a set, why don't you?" Tyra
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"You're a good man. You make guys like me want to coach." - Coach Taylor
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"Clear eyes, full hearts, can't lose." - Eric Taylor
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The building tension between Don and Pete throughout the early going of the first season comes to a head in a major way.
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A key moment comes when we see Don sitting in his car under a bridge near the end of the episode.
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While Don and his creative team at Sterling Cooper try to figure out “what women want” in order to better sell products to them, we see Betty and Peggy struggle to figure out how they are supposed to act and what they are supposed to say while consistently being forced away from articulating what they want at home and at work and in relationships.
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In this new series, we head back and look at key moments from Mad Men. As we wait for the arrival of Season Five, currently scheduled to premiere in early 2012, stay tuned to TV Geek Army all summer long to get your Mad Men fix.
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