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Betty confronts Don about his past life; Roger runs into an old flame; Don plans a getaway with Suzanne; Joan reaches out to Roger for occupational help.

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Don takes Betty out to Rome for a Conrad Hilton-related business trip; Pete gets involved with a nanny in his building.

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Gene continues to bond with the Draper kids; Sal gets put in charge of directing the “Bye Bye Birdie”-themed commercial; Peggy decides to move to Manhattan and begins looking for a roommate.

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Join us as we look ahead to what season three might have in store for all of your favorite Mad Men (and dames)…

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Mad Men: Meditations in an Emergency

As the Cuban Missile Crisis looms overhead, Sterling/Cooper is in the midst of a merger with Putnam, Powell, and Lowe. Don returns to New York just in time to see Duck Philips made president of the new company.

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Mad Men: The Mountain King

Pete’s father-in-law may be affecting a business deal reflected by how Pete treats his wife. Don visits the “real” Don Draper’s wife. Betty begins to treat Sally like a grown-up girl.

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Mad Men: The Inheritance

Betty visits her ailing father. Paul’s girlfriend Sheila tries to convince him to prioritize his civic duties. Pete’s mother disapproves of an idea that Pete and Trudy are considering.

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Mad Men: Six Month Leave

Marilyn Monroe’s death sparks a reaction from the women at Sterling/Cooper, while the woman at Don Draper’s house, Betty, still won’t let him come home. Freddy Rumsen’s alcoholism catches up with him at work, forcing Pete Campbell and Peggy to take action with a client.

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Control Freaks: TV Reviews with Attitude

Josh Radde tries to fine tune “The Gold Violin” of Mad Men, while Robert Fure dives head first into the world of synthetic blood and vampire sexiness.

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