Mad Men Season 3, Episode 13, Finale
Shut The Door. Have A Seat
Sunday night on AMC
In the third-season finale, Don has a pivotal meeting with Connie (Chelcie Ross); Betty is the beneficiary of some interesting advice; and Pete has a serious sit-down with some clients.
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-for a great recap go to What's Alan Watching?
Don - breakthrough, growth, change, true-self, relations somewhat mended with Betty, Peggy and Roger
Betty - scary to see her go from one marriage into another or maybe not? i hope not.
Joan - she's baaaaack
Peggy - love the way she was able to articulate and define herself with Don
Trudy - goodness, there is more to her than we know, like Joan her inner being is waiting to be unleashed into the work world. wonder if she'll join in the new business with her husband. i hope so.
Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce
-Joan answering first phone call
I liked this because it is the sign of a new beginning.
Here's one for my want it list...
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