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: One Journey, One Redemption, One Ending
Don Draper has been shedding quite a few things this season. So it makes sense that he ends the penultimate episode in the epic novel for television that is
sitting alone on a bus stop in Oklahoma, heading west.
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The Land of Stories, a Grimm Warning
? Aside from garbled words, his fourth grade reading technique is a formidable obstacle to getting past the first chapter.
: Danger! Slippery When Soapy (Especially in
If there's one thing we know for sure about the latest episode of
, it's this: All this soapiness can mean only one thing. People are about to die.
Plaza Could Be Sold In $600 Million Deal
HelpAge International, Champion of Older People, Receives $1.5 Million Hilton Humanitarian Prize
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HelpAge International is the only global organization that focuses solely on providing assistance to and advocating for disadvantaged older people in the developing world.
Hilton Foundation Pledges $50 Million To Clean Water Initiatives
International Group For Disabled Wins $1.5 Million Prize
: "Wee Small Hours" -- HuffPost Review
Listening to Martin Luther King on the murder of four girls in a Birmingham church, Betty opines that maybe this civil rights thing is premature. But Betty should know that a dream deferred can dry up like a raisin in sun.
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: "Souvenir" -- HuffPost Review
This episode was a big showcase for January Jones, a stunning beauty who is also a very good actress. Forget Don, this was the Betty Draper show.
: "Seven Twenty Three" -- HuffPost Review
What "Seven Twenty Three" is is Don Draper's Waterloo. Or I should say, Dick Whitman's Waterloo. That's the day in 1963 on which Don Draper/Dick Whitman gets lassoed.
Paris Hilton's Inheritance Diminished After Grandfather Pledges Fortune To Charity
We've created a culture that celebrates girls as sex objects, turned that into a cultural ideal, and moved it to the center of a bunch of addictive narratives for women.
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