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Discussion in 'Movies & Entertainment' started by Emma Smith, Oct 27, 2019.
This week I'm re-watching Mad Men, for the 3rd time.
Can you believe I just started Season 3 yesterday? I decided to go back and watch the first two. I rarely do that, but by this point, I didn't remember all of it. I like the casting, but not in comparison to the first two seasons. I guess it would've been too much to 'age' everyone. I like the new Prince Phillip better as well. The actor playing Prince Charles also does a great job.
Most stellar moment though...was Margaret with President Johnson. The dynamite limerick made me laugh so loud, I looked out the window to make sure no one on the sidewalk had heard me.
I did the same thing; re-watched the first 2 seasons before season 3 was released. I have to say, if Margaret was anything like what's she's portrayed she's a very unlikable person.
How odd. She is actually the ONLY one I think I would've enjoyed hanging out with in my younger days.
Mad Men.....I went into mourning when that show ended. It remains one of my most favorite of all time.
Well, that one and Lost, until the last episode of Lost, then I was pissed off and hated it.
I never watched Lost, but I was a huge fan of The Sopranos and loved that series until the final episode. Such a letdown after all those years.
I finished up Mad Men last night; I had actually forgotten the last episode which was also a disappointment after such a gang-busters series. As I consider that series now, all the characters were such flawed people. I loved the show and the music.
Seems like a lot of very popular series have finales that are disappointing.
The best final episode ever was on Six Feet Under. The series was about a family of funeral directors, so the last episode ended with a fast forward to various times in the future, showing how each of the main characters would eventually die. Perfect!
I have often wondered what happened to that handsome guy who played "Keith" on that series. Several of the cast members went on to other things, but I don't recall seeing him in anything else after that.
I have a friend who goes on and on how good this show is. I've yet to watch it, but it does sound interesting.
Mad Men, great show. I may not have seen all of it but, at this point, I would have to watch it again from the beginning. I may do that.
We got word today that there will be no more joint activities, not that I participated anyhow. But, my son cancelled our Netflix, so I am using mainly Amazon Prime. Just had a great time dancing around my apartment while watching, Chitty, Chitty, Bang Bang once again. Music is keeping me rather fit, I must say.