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Wasn't able to see it--planning to catch the rerun this evening at midnight.

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I've been watching this show from the beginning and have no issues whatsoever with the fourth season, thus far (two episodes at this point). Totally digging it.

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I've been watching this show from the beginning and have no issues whatsoever with the fourth season, thus far (two episodes at this point). Totally digging it.

Agree with TTK.

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I'm digging it too.

In this episode I actually felt a little bad for Roger. That doesn't happen too often.

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So far this season I really haven't felt as compelled to watch as last seasons have been, but I'm enjoying Don's frustration.

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So far I don't have any major issues with this season although I do miss some of the old characters. The Lucky Strike guy forcing Roger to dress up like Santa Claus was interesting. Dude obviously knows he has them by the balls. I expect the story lines and writing to smooth out along the way.

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Tonight's episode (Aug. 15, 2010) was IMHO the best so far this season.

It felt like two hours compressed into one.

Can't wait to watch it again tomorrow!

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I'm clearly in the minority here regarding this season's episodes. But, I enjoyed tonight and last week, so I'm hopeful.

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Tonight's episode (Aug. 15, 2010) was IMHO the best so far this season.

It felt like two hours compressed into one.

Can't wait to watch it again tomorrow!

My initial reaction the same as yours, TTK--I liked it so much that I ended up watching most of the encore presentation as well. Very interesting season so far.

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Tonight's episode (Aug. 15, 2010) was IMHO the best so far this season.

It felt like two hours compressed into one.

Can't wait to watch it again tomorrow!

My initial reaction the same as yours, TTK--I liked it so much that I ended up watching most of the encore presentation as well. Very interesting season so far.

Yep, it was a good one. When did Peggy become so confident?

Previews for next week look really good. :tup

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Tonight's episode (Aug. 15, 2010) was IMHO the best so far this season.

It felt like two hours compressed into one.

I agree. A lot to chew on there.

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"Did you get any pears?... Did you get any pears?" ^_^

That was very David Lynch, as was the scene last season in which Joan played the accordion.

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Last episode was brilliant.

Betty is off her rocker. :crazy:

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Bets has been off her rocker for a WHILE!

Do you guys think Sterling was really that hellbent against the Japanese clients? Or was it Sterling trying to assert himself. . . he's just been sitting off to the side with Lucky Strike, and belittled by them at that, while the others are hustling and bustling new business. . ..

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I thought this was great episode. Watched it at 10 PM, then again at 11.

Bets sure is a piece of work. Yes, I think Sterling was really hateful against the Honda guys. I laughed at Don's devious plan to get the Honda account and how it worked in spite of Roger. Only Draper could have pulled that off. I fear for Roger. I think something quite nasty is about to befall him. He seems to be getting a little more unhinged with each episode.

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Okay. More and more I see these guys as more and more devious and shifty (even Lane is joining the dark side!) and look for hidden motivations even when (or perhaps MOST when) their actions seem to speak loudly for themselves. :)

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Sterling's hatred for the Japanese seemed to be rooted in some specific incident from the war involving a friend or fellow service-man that I couldn't quite pick up on.

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Roger, you fucking idiot.

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I loved the shot of Peggy riding round and round the soundstage on the Honda bike.

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What did you all think of last night's episode?

Personally, I thought it was great. Loved the scenes of young furrier Don trying to get into the ad biz through Roger.

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Possibly the best show this season, in my estimation.

I wonder if Roger is going to live out the season? It seems as if they're setting us up for an incident. . . .

My secret hope is that Don will can that lazy Art Director, and Sal will reappear.

Don is getting sloppy.

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