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Not long after Season Two of "MAD MEN" aired nearly three years ago, I wrote this makala about one of that season's recurring characters, Bobbie Barrett:


"MAD MEN": Sex and Bobbie Barrett

The fans’ reactions to the character of Bobbie Barrett have always intrigued me. In this siku and age – namely the early 21st century – I never understood why they held her in such a low regard. Let me explain.

I had enjoyed Season Two of "MAD MEN" very much. In fact, I would say that I found it even zaidi interesting than Season One. Many mashabiki have ametoa maoni that the female characters seemed to have developed...
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I wrote this makala back in 2009:


Observations of "MAD MEN": (3.07) "Seven Twenty-Three"

In (3.07) "Seven Twenty-Three", famous hotelier Conrad Hilton, whom Don Draper had first met in (3.03) "My Old Kentucky Home", paid a visit to Don’s office and revealed his intent to hire Sterling Cooper to handle the promotion of his New York hotels. This piece of good news turned sour, wamekula when Lane Pryce, Roger Sterling and Bert Cooper revealed that Hilton’s attorneys refused to go ahead with the deal unless Don sign an official contract with his employers. Naturally, Don was reluctant to sign a contract....
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Source: Vanity Fair
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