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06/12/2013 02:59 pm ET | Updated Jun 12, 2013

'Mad Men' On Drugs (SUPERCUT)

It's been a trippy season of "Mad Men," which makes sense considering it's set in 1968. The late '60s counter-culture has permeated the Sterling Cooper offices, and everyone but Bert Cooper is getting all kinds of high.

"Mad Men" has always celebrated booze, and some characters have experimented with pot and LSD (ahem, Roger) in seasons past. But in the changing times, Don Draper's gang of merry pranksters has moved on to a steady diet of weed, speed, and hash.

The creatives are smoking joints on the office couch like its their job. Speed serums are being administered for weekend cram sessions. Don Draper is hitting 8-person hookahs. Even Pete Campbell is getting stoned!

So sit back, relax and enjoy this supercut of "Mad Men" on drugs (above).

"Mad Men" airs Sunday nights at 10 p.m. ET on AMC.

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