is upon us, and this show is a hotbed of love, lust, and all-out drama. Want your life to have a bit of an Agatha Christie feel? Betty Francis (formerly Betty Draper)About Me: I used to be a model.While Don Draper and the rest of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce are great at selling TV time and print ads, would they be as good at selling themselves (and all their dirty laundry) online? Now I'm a trophy: Pretty, cool to the touch, not easily won.Related: The 24 Best ‘Mad Men’ Scenes, Ranked" data-reactid="20"Related: The 24 Best ‘Mad Men’ Scenes, Ranked Mad Men’s final episode, let’s take a look back at the 11 crucial moments that helped cement Don and Peggy’s relationship as one of the most fascinating we’ve ever seen on TV.
…And bc I ran into an acquaintance of mine the other night at White Space who’s one of Boulder’s leading playboys, and we got into a convo about dating and when or when not to settle down and why most folks get married and such, and he recommended I read a book about the Laws of Seduction. I’ve always said JFK got married at 36, and JFK’s good enough for me.
Mad Men is about advertising, and American corporate culture, and the tidal wave of cultural change that crashed down upon us in the 1960s.
But above all else, Mad Men is about human relationships, and the finest example of that is the complex, ever-evolving relationship between Don Draper and Peggy Olson." data-reactid="18"Sure, Mad Men is about advertising, and American corporate culture, and the tidal wave of cultural change that crashed down upon us in the 1960s.
Draper and the rest of the male cast when it comes to dating in modern times?
Is it all outdated sexist come-ons or is there something we’ve lost since the 60s? Pick-up lines Pick up lines seem outdated in this day and age, but it seemed to work well back then.