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  • Madmen: Best Season 5 Moments

    Don Draper may be back to his womanizing ways. The season five finale of "Mad Men" found Don back at a bar, having left his wife, Megan, as she shoots the commercial he won for her. The episode ends before Don can answer a question asked by a beautiful, female bar patron: "Are you alone?"
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  • Madmen Season 5 Highlights

    Joan's decision to seal the deal for Jaguar's business by agreeing to spend the night with an executive from the car company was a stunning turn for the now single mom. While Don Draper tried to talk her out of it, she prevailed and became a partner in the firm in return for her service.
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  • Madmen Season 5 Highlights

    Peggy could arguably be called the soul of "Man Men" along with Don Draper. Played by actress Elisabeth Moss, Peggy is leaving the firm. Her struggle to be taken seriously in a man's world and her secret pregnancy from a daliance with ad man Pete Campbell (Vincent Kartheiser) made for some great moments -as was the heartbreaking scene of Peggy's telling Don she was moving on. Will she be back?
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  • Madmen: Best Moments of Season 5

    Betty hasn't had a great year living with her husband, Henry Francis, in what seems a loveless marriage and raising Don Draper's children. The once perfect, albeit depressive mom can't lose her baby weight. She shoots whip cream on the sly while on Weight Watchers, suffers a cancer scare that turns out to be a thyroid problem and can't seem to shake the jealousy she feels for Don's new wife.
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  • Madmen: Best Moments of Season 5

    After Don Draper discovers that Lane Pryce forged his signature and took $8,000 from the company, Lane is fired. After a bender and a failed attempt to kill himself in the Jaguar is wife surprises him with, Lane goes to his office and hangs himself in a gruesome scene that shocks the agency Don in particular.
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  • Madmen Season 5 Highlights

    Sally Draper (Kiernan Shipka) came of age on Season 5. Battles with separated parents, her "boyfriend," walking in on Roger Sterling engaging in a sex act have made the little girl who has already been in therapy a big presence on the show. We won't review the scene where she discovered she is now a woman but it's fair to say her character should have an interesting season 6.
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  • Madmen Season 5 Highlights

    John Slattery's Roger Sterling has never been known for discretion. He even tried acid this season which led to the end of his latest marriage. His immediate attraction to Megan Draper's mom (Julia Ormond) led to a sex act in a side room at a fancy party. Sally Draper had the misfortune of walking in on it.
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  • Madmen Season 5 Highlights

    Megan Draper's surprise birthday party for her hubby wasn't exactly welcomed by Don Draper. But her super sexy performance of "Zou bisou bisou" made a splash. Jessica Pare plays the role of Megan Draper.
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  • Madmen Season 5 Highlights

    Here's another memorable shot from Megan's performance.
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  • Madmen Season 5 Highlights

    Pete Campbell's move to the suburbs left him bored and ultimately adulterous. His affair with a commuting buddy's wife and his lecherous overtures toward a young girl while taking driver's ed classes just added to Pete's dark reputation on the show. (Alexis Bledel and Vincent Kartheiser are shown in a scene from "Mad Men." )
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  • Madmen Season 5 Highlights

    In a scene that reflected the racial tensions of the 60's the "Mad Men" decide to hire their first black employee. Dawn Chambers (Teyonah Parris) is working for Draper and finds a friend in Peggy. But when she spends the night at Peggy's apartment things turn ugly when Peggy takes her pocketbook out of Dawn's reach before she goes to bed. Dawn makes a quick exit.
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  • Madmen Season 5 Highlights

    Lane Pryce was furious with Pete Campbell for taking a potential client to a brothel. So what else would you do? Challenge him to a fight in the agency conference room! Lane (Jared Harris) knocked him to the floor.
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  • Madmen Season 5 Highlights

    Former madman Paul Kinsey returned to the show this season and showcased his new "career" with the Harikrishnans. His "friend," Harry Crane winds up sleeping with Paul's conniving krisna girlfriend and pays his old friend off to go to Los Angeles to embark on misguided career as a screenwriter.
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  • Madmen Season 5 Highlights

    Don Draper and his new wife Megan (Jessica Pare) seemed to be having a blissful honeymoon period until Don left her stranded at a Howard Johnsons.
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