TV's suavest alcoholic sent Greenwich Village hearts into a flutter when his post-divorce bachelor pad's location was revealed as being in the vicinity of Waverly Place and Sixth Avenue. That was during the season premiere of the '60s-set Mad Men, and given the show's maniacal obsession with making sure even the tiniest details are era appropriate, speculation on the exact whereabouts of Don Draper's apartment has been a fun pastime ever since. Now, thanks to the most recent episode and the equally maniacal obsession of Mad Men fans (and the power of freeze-framing!), we can say with confidence that while Don Draper may not be real, his address certainly is.
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