Thematically strong, a slow-burn episode in which we gain a deeper introspect into Don's family life with questions still lingering. The American Airline build-up is perfection. This episode contains multiple storylines including the Draper family, Roger's return to his true self, religion in the Olsen house, and Sterling-Coopers big push into the big leagues with American Airlines. Some may find this episode slow and pointless in parts, but it's very entertaining in a subtle way. This is one of my new favorite episodes not written by Creator Matthew Weiner. The last scene and more importantly the last gesture remains why I love Mad Men.
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