|For a couple of episodes, I thought this might have been Billy Crystal|
(For the record, my friend Fedd who does subtitling for TV shows in Los Angeles and watches TV and movies ALL DAY LONG claims that "The Shield" hits very hard.)
As this episode centered around the women of show and their places in life (including Sally), it must also be stated that this lady did quite a nice job.
|Is that a ficus?|
- I get Don being hard on Sally when she first showed up to his office, but why not get down on one knee and tell her that he's very angry, but relieved that she's safe and will discuss it with her later? Did men not do this back in the 60's? He seemed a bit gruff.
- It's amazing how every one of us wants Joan's husband to die in Vietnam.
- Speaking of Joan's husband, in the comments section of the NYT write up of this week's episode, a guy (bobm, Wheeling WV, Sept 20th, 12:25pm) attempts to defend Rapist Greg. His main arguments are that despite his faults, his ambition to become a surgeon is noble (so noble that he's joined the army!) and his sexual behaviors are right on part with many of the other Mad Men characters. I'm not agreeing with him, but his post was very provocative.
- Joan took her bonkers status to a whole new level by demanding that Roger give it to her in that seedy, public stairwell.
|Ryan Howard takes on Arantxa Sanchez Vicario|