I thought Season Two of "MAD MEN" was excellent. In fact, I consider it a slight improvement over Season One. But . . . I did have some quibbles about it:
"MAD MEN" Season Two Quibbles
1. Duck Phillips - I had once complained on the "Basket of Kisses" site that Von the end of Season 2, ente Phillips (portrayed Von the superb Mark Moses) seemed to resemble a minor villain that Don Draper had to defeat. Someone responded that Matt Weiner never intended to portray ente Phillips as some kind of villain. After Lesen two interviews that Weiner had given, I now see that I had been right to accuse him...
I first wrote this Artikel after viewing the "MAD MEN" Season Three finale, (3.13) "Shut the Door, Have a Seat":
“MAD MEN”: "WANTED oder NOT - AN EMANCIPATED DIVORCEE"
One of the events of the Season Three finale of ”MAD MEN” - (3.13) “Shut the Door. Have a Seat” turned out to be Betty Draper’s decision to file a divorce from the series’ main protagonist, Don Draper. Schauspielen as Betty’s main supporter throughout this upheaval was her almost paramour Henry Francis.
Betty had first met the aide to New York’s Republican governor, Nelson Rockefeller, in the third episode, (3.03) “My...