While Joan's contemplating her future and Don's about to get a plate of cold dinner thrown his way by an angry Megan, Lane sneaks into the office and takes out one of the bonus checks with Don's signature on it.
Whereas "Lady Lazarus" seems to celebrate the death of the body and thus the end of suffering, "Tomorrow Never Knows" focuses on the potential for embracing the potential for new beginnings. And that's what this week was all about.
People grow up and what they want changes -- is her father holding onto some childhood dream his daughter had, while she's moving on and finding she can use her talents in ways she hasn't thought of before?
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.
It's incredible to see someone that can play a merciless killer just as easily as he can play a charming sweetheart. If anyone could appear in two completely different shows playing two completely different people, it's Jared Harris.
How much do you LOVE Pamela Dunlap as Pauline Francis? Her babysitting skills reminded me of my own mother -- scare the crap out of them with stories about serial killers then give them drugs so they pass out and stop bothering you. Sigh... memories.