Join us as we discuss each of the final seven remaining episodes of Matthew Weiner's outstanding 60s-era drama.
The End of Mad Men 7: Person to Person
The stories of Don Draper, his family, his co-workers at Sterling Cooper, and The End Of Mad Men podcast conclude.
The End of Mad Men 6: The Milk and Honey Route
After a string of expansive omnibus episodes, Mad Men's focus tightens this week for a pointed dive into the depths of Don, Betty, and Pete. Join us in discussing Mad Men's penultimate episode, "The Milk and Honey Route."
The End of Mad Men 5: Lost Horizon
Fire up the old organ and lace up your roller skates for one last ride around Sterling Cooper as we take a look at Mad Men's third-to-last episode, "Lost Horizon."
The End of Mad Men 4: Time & Life
Sterling Cooper seems to be on its last legs, as we approach the series finale of Mad Men. But in spite of (or because of) the glum mood around the office, the crew is sharing some of their best moments in recent memory.
The End of Mad Men 3: The Forecast
It's an episode of highs and lows—for its characters, anyway. We loved this episode of Mad Men from start to finish, featuring standout moments from Don, Sally, Joan, Peggy, and Glen's chest hair.
The End of Mad Men 2: New Business
Don's life is emptying out as quickly as his apartment, and just like him we're left wondering where everything's going to end up. The end of Mad Men has just begun and its final trajectory is unknown; join us as we discuss "New Business," and try to figure it out ourselves.
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Great, Thoughtful Commentary
There is something the way these three approach their discussion of televison/film (I don't want to use the word "media") that is unlike many podcasts I've tried listening to. I could literally listen to these guys talk about anything. Insightful, honest, and funny, I've really enjoyed listening to their thoughts on Mad Men.
It's interesting how deeply and accurately the hosts dive into current episodes while having completely wrong information about fundamental storylines such as Pete not knowing about his son and Sterling Cooper being bought by PP&L which was bought by McCann.