Sunday 10:00 PM on AMCBetween Seasons
personally, I'd keep Pete on. He may be a horrible person, but I definately want to see his character be developed. I think that he has some great potential to expand and become a complex person in later episodes, espicially with the possible Peggy Preggers plot coming up; it seems like it'll be do or die time for the both of them.
One person I'd like to see jump out a window is his wife. She pisses me off so much.
My money is on Don Draper being the jumper. I've got a feeling this will be in the final episode. After season 3, I can see how this could happen...
Don's secret past life as a deserter has been revealed to his wife
His wife left him
Though he's not bound by the "non-compete" contract with his office any more, the merry band in their new startup company is certainly guilty of theft.
Though I can see this going on for several more seasons, I get the feeling they'll initialy get away with the theft, their business will slowly get successful, Don will amass more wealth, then his wife will expose his secret to the rest of the world. Though the real Ms Draper in California won't have any issue with this, I'm sure the US government will.
On review, I think it may very well be Pete...
In the title sequence we see a corner office. One that looks a lot like Don Draper's office but with an important exception. There is a picture on the wall (tape-measure folded in a random 10-sided figure, red outside, white inside with some kind of rectangular feature.) that we also see in Pete Campbell's office in the 2nd season. Also the twin goose-necked lamp on the desk is missing. I take from that that Pete will one day get Don's old office. Now whether or not the person we see entering the office then defenstrating himself is Pete is up for conjecture.
Also this would require that Pete would come back from the mutiny and end back in the Sterling Cooper building.
I agree he's the one I'd most like to see jump out the window. He's a soul-less creature.
Other pictures in that office include what looks like a window-front building facade with the address 8806 and a mostly black picture with writing on top and a see-through piece of luggage that has some kind of apparatus in it. I'll have to keep a watch out for those....
I saw the red picture in their meeting room.... Sort of shoots the theory...
For all I care, they can take each others hand and jump all together. There is not one likable character on the show. The only enjoyable episodes were the last two and if the show would end at this stage - fine with me. So push them all out of the window and we are done with it. We may start with Betty, this petulant, annoying little b!tch who cares for no-one but herself and treats her children like sh!t, so push her first and let all the others fall on her to make sure she is really gone.
I wanted to see every single one of them pushed out the window when I first watched it. I still hate every single one of them as a person but I like watching them ruin themselves now. I liked Salvator. Sadly he was the one that did get, metaphorically, pushed out the window.
Is there any reason why Harry is still around? They've barely given him anything to do these last two seasons.
On that note, whatever happened to Paul?
Well, I love Don Draper, not what he does outside of work. But I think he's pretty sexy. However, I'd LOVE to see Pete jump out a window. Or better yet, get thrown from one. He's a nerdy little boy who doesn't know how to do his job properly. And it's pretty clear that only got his job from his family name, which is not right.
Idon'twant any of them to be out of the series...Why?Becausethey all make the series what it is now...and I wouldn't want to miss any of thecharacters of Mad Men. Some of them are awful people but that is theinterestingpart, the differences in their personalities and the impact in the drama story.
|Is there any reason why Harry is still around? They've barely given him anything to do these last two seasons. |
On that note, whatever happened to Paul?
Pete, definitely. Hate him. Unfortunately, it seems Roger, my favorite character, is being marginalized and is depressed, so I could see him jumping. I can only hope he makes an amazing comeback at Pete's expense.