While I loved the second episode, last night's viewing of my favorite TV show, "Mad Men," left me with a lot of unanswered questions. I've been watching since day one, so I'm not a MM novice. Still, I was scratching my head.
The critics were saying that all the plot lines collided in the third week, but I just don't see it.
Why did Sally steal $5 from her grandfather?
Why is Sally's grandfather making her read from Machiavelli's "The Prince"? At least, I think that's what she's reading. --- She's reading "The Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire," according to my esteemed colleague Luis Noble, who also loves the series. One down ... several more answers to go.
Why did three account executives smoke pot in their office?
Why did their dope dealer look/act/sound/move like Tom Cruise? (The guy in the plaid jacket.)
Why did that strange man put his hands on Betsy's stomach?
Why did Don mix an Old Fashioned for the wedding guest at the club and why should we care? Is the older gentleman going to figure in a future episode?
Why did Joan play 'C'est Magnifique' on the ACCORDION at her own dinner party? Man, I wish I could have found a photo of that scene.
Why did they replace Peggy's secretary with a dead ringer for Nancy Walker?
Why can't Roger's new wife handle her liquor?
Why didn't Joan deck Roger's new wife when the gold digger was being so b*tchy to her?
These are some of the questions that bother me so.
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