I thought "In Care Of" was a fitting end—and a refreshingly not-utterly-depressing one—to a generally angst-ridden (but still awesome) season. How about you? Read More... http://www.tv.com/news/mad-men-season-6-finale-review-the-mask-slips-137209210364/
For all of the frustration caused by this season of Mad Men (regarding the case of Don Draper in particular), could the show have done any more to hit this episode out of the ballpark? Out of the ballpark, out of the parking lot, out of the city even. The more
The Mad Men season finale was a wonderful episode that changed things in a huge way for the core characters on the series. When Don suggested to Megan they move to Los Angeles, it seemed like they would really do it and I was already pondering what a fina more
The explosive finale of Mad Men aired last night, if you consider a barely audible snap an explosion. There were many theories as to where the season was headed, most notably to the death of a major character or the crazy revelation of some shocking secre more
Don Draper is dead, long live Dick Whitman.
There were plenty of indications that someone in the Mad Men universe was going to kick the bucket this year. This was the season that began with a near-death experience, after all, and then proceeded to be onl more
This sixth season of Mad Men had its ups and downs, but "In Care Of" was a brilliant finale.
The journey that Don Draper has been on throughout these past six years has been a long and arduous one, yet during this final hour he may have matured more than more
The Journal's panel of experts and academics weighs in on the season finale of "Mad Men," titled "In Care Of." Read More... http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2013/06/23/mad-men-a-conversation-a-taste-of-chocolate/?mod=WSJBlog
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "In Care Of," the sixth season finale of AMC's "Mad Men," in which Don has memories of chocolate, Ted makes a decision about Peggy and Pete takes a drive. Read More... http://www.hitfix.com/whats-alan-watching/season-finale more