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Let's look at what we saw in last night's episode, which took place in November 1968, and how it compared to real life.
Last night's Mad Men delivered McDonald's, Nixon, and more Rosemary's Baby. Let's take a look at what we saw and how it all compares to real life.
We're not saying someone from Mad Men will die in a plane crash next season, but if they did, maybe it would be this Mohawk flight.
Here's what we saw on last night's Mad Men, from Ocean Spray to the city's declining rat problem.
Last night's episode of Mad Men brought us to Los Angeles (more Sharon Tate conspiracy fodder!) and Chicago, here's what we saw and how it compares to real life.
Here's a look at what we saw in last night's Mad Men, and how it all compares to real life. Warning: some may consider these things spoilers! You have been warned.
Last night was Matthew Weiner's seemingly seasonal "Don is sick and everything gets weird" episode of Mad Men. Here's a close look at what we saw and who we met—from "Dr. Feelgood" to the I Ching—and how it all compares to real life
Here's a close look at what unfolded in last night's episode of Mad Men (which took place around June of 1968)... from the New York State Thruway to margarine to the assassination of RFK.
Last night's Mad Men featured the car that nearly destroyed GM, and perhaps another historical mess-up by Matthew Weiner.
We dropped by the NYPL this morning to check out what the city's papers looked like the week MLK, Jr. was assassinated, which was the major historical timestamp in last night's Mad Men episode.
Let's take a look at what Matthew Weiner's version of 1968 looked like in last night's episode of Mad Men.
Here are some of the real life things that we saw in last night's Mad Men.
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