Thursday, May 14, 2015

A TRIBUTE TO THE CONCLUSION OF MAD MEN

Gentle Readers . . . and Maxwell,

The final episode of Mad Men will air this Sunday, May 17, at ten p.m. EDT. While the last six episodes have been a bit strange, overall I've enjoyed the show. Willy Dunne Wooters likes it, too.

Here's a favorite Mad Men moment:




Funniest exchange ever between Roger Sterling and his second wife Jane.

I perform for Willy Dunne Wooters every Saturday night.


Infinities of love,

Janie Junebug

18 comments:

  1. Sorry, Janie. I don't want to read, watch, listen or comment because Mrs. S and I haven't yet seen the remaining episodes of the final season. We're following the series on NetFlix.

    Happy Thursday to you!

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    1. I promise I will not have spoilers. I swear it on my Zou Bisou Bisou.

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  2. I love Mad Men and I can't explain why. If someone asked me what it was about, I'd have a hard time saying anything other than "a gathering of messed-up people in the 60's making strange self-sabotaging decisions." But I'm a season behind, so no spoilers on Monday, I hope?

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    1. Absolutely no spoilers. I think the show is appealing because the main character, Don Draper, is so mysterious. But even more important to me is the change experienced by the women, and I don't mean menopause.

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  3. Quite a performance....when do we get to see the video of you performing for WDW? In French or English? Looks like the rest of the guests in the house were a little surprised.

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    1. I always perform in French, though I have no idea what Zou Bisou Bisou means. No videos forthcoming. Sorry.

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  4. We're eagerly awaiting the Big Finale too. Taking bets on whether Don Draper really does end up jumping out the skyscraper window.

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    1. I don't want anyone to jump out of a window. I don't think Don will do that because it would be too obvious.

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  5. You will perform... Well, I'm sure that Willy Dunne Wooters will be very appreciative.

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    1. WDW always appreciates my performance.

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  6. Can't say I've ever been interested in Mad Men. I'm sure Willy Dunne Wooters enjoys your Saturday night shows. :)

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    1. It's not very difficult to please Willy. I cook a burger on the grill, sing a bit in French, and tuck him into bed.

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  7. i have only seen parts of this series and it is a great show. I have to watch it from the beginning. I love the outfits

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    1. It's definitely a show that should be seen from the beginning. Look for repetition in the plots. The points can be very small, but you might see a character doing something that's related to the past or doing something another character did in a similar way. Matthew Weiner is very creative. I enjoyed the clothes more as they got further into the sixties. I remember some of those clothes from my childhood--not that I dressed the way Megan Draper does in the video.

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  8. Never got into this one. Maybe I'll pick it up on Netflix.

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    1. It's on streaming. You might need to watch several episodes before you decide if it's for you and Mrs. C.

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  9. With all the hype over this show combined with the fact that I love Jon Hamm, you'd think I would have been all over it. But the truth is - I never got into it. I couldn't actually get through the first episode.

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    1. Different strokes for different folks. I'm not all that crazy about Jon Hamm. I like the Don Draper story line, though.

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