Not available in my country :(*shakes fist at US centricity of streaming services*But hey, I watched the first two mad men of season 1 instead of doing something constructive with my evening! It was badass. The daughter was playing in a big plastic bag!!!
Oh, man, really? I am so sorry! I thought maybe because it wasn't on youtube, or hulu, maybe . . . damnit. That irks me. Apologies, again.As for the first couple Mad Mens . . . that plastic bag scene, I remember saying, "Holy shit!" aloud at that. This was a time when smoking and drinking huge amounts (even while pregnant!) were totally fine, children were not worried after so much, and we were perhaps less litigious. I bet babies used to be unsupervised around pools, too.Also, I contest your characterization of your evening. Mad Men IS constructive.
Ok, that is true :DAlso damn how come Peggy got with that dude (I am so awful at remembering character names) the greasy one who looks like Jude Law? He was a dick!
I can't say anything - I don't want to ruin it! You have to keep watching!
haha, crap, I'll catch up quick as I can!
Whhaaaaattttt Glenn is weird! "Can I have some of your hair"? So yeah, I'm 4 episodes in. Catchin' up!I do sort of feel sorry for Peter in that it seems in every single scene he is getting emotionally destroyed - everytime I have a day like any of his, the next day is a total write off!It's interesting seeing parts of Helen's life and how she copes and is treated. Is it me or is Anne Dudek typecast as mean??But yes, now I want to see more of Peggy...and Joan...=3
*face-palms* What's truly sad... is that this guy actually said these things.