They stand on opposite ends of the show, as counterparts to one another -- the sexy, damaged powerhouses with perfectly crafted exteriors. When they finally come together, their chemistry is so explosive that we simultaneously want and fear their union.
The fifth season of AMC's Mad Men is in full swing. As is appropriate with the maturing of a series, the characters seem more mature as well, yet I'm happy to report they all still seem to be their same old selves.
Shortly before White figures out Fring's plan, we get a glimpse of the imaginative side of Gale, largely through his rendering of "Crapa Pelada," arguably AMC's progenitor of "Zou Bisou Bisou."
Here's why "Crapa" -- un, deux, trois, quatre et jusqu'à l'infini et au delà -- brutally trounces "Zou."