October 18, 2010 by Post Team
First, the really big news: Don (Jon Hamm) and Megan (Jessica Pare) are engaged! And she’s wearing the ring from his dead wife, fake engagement!
Second piece of news: Peggy (Elisabeth Moss), with a little help from Ken (Aaron Staton) gets the body of his business for the first time in ten weeks by the coupling of an account pantyhose.
Third part of the news: Bets good ol ‘(January Jones) fire Carla (Deborah Lacey) after a million years of service. Glenn crazier. WTF? The only black recurring character throughout the area and is fired? Oh, a hard rain will fall this angry black woman as soon as you register with the local chapter of the NAACP. (Eh, I do not mean, Carla I mean.)
Quarter of the news: Joan (Christina Hendricks) is pregnant and her husband in Vietnam, thinks it’s theirs. Think again, son. Bun in the oven that law has stamped on the back and just wait ’til Dad Roger Joan learns not to proceed with “procedures.”
Fifth and final piece of good news: The stakes and the new husband finally leave the old homestead Draper. When Betty tells Don in the middle of the empty house they shared that they also look just can drown in a whisper: “I’m happy for you.” Sure.
But now we’re back on the subject, let’s concentrate on the next Whitman, er Draper marriage. Too bad pre-marital counseling was not popular in the cause of the 60 Don and Megan are the leading candidates. Here are some of the questions I asked:
1. Don, are you going to wait before or after your wedding anniversary 10 to tell your wife that you are an impostor who deserted the army and took over the life of another man?
2. Don, do you remember when Megan said she wanted a career like Peggy? What do you think of that?
3. Don, when Megan gets pregnant and decides she wants a career, what you think?
4. Don, are you going to wait until after the honeymoon, or just fool Megan will begin her right foot and wasting time at work too?
5. Megan, honey – what the hell are you thinking? Yes, it’s hot and powerful and has a lot of money, fck it sure, but not marry him!
But that did not love the wonderful, on cigarettes, the moment of union between Peggy and Joan after Joan and Peggy
inquire about participation?
The two are like, “We worked our butts off and just have a little break and we Megan’ll probably replace in a couple of days. Can you believe this sht t!”
Finally, we will focus our attention on the upcoming season. So how in the future are going to go this time?
The final title, “Tomorrowland” almost screams again going to go ahead. A year? Five years? Ten? Nah, not ten. Nobody wants to see handsome Jon Hamm years both.
I’m going out on a limb here and say a year – just in time for Don to have gotten into a real problem again.
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