Synopsis: A drama about one of New York's most prestigious ad agencies at the beginning of the 1960s, focusing on one of the firm's most mysterious but extremely talented ad executives, Donald Draper.
"Mad Men" doesn't often do shock, but there's no other word for the decision Don Draper made at the end of "Field Trip." Here's how critics made sense of it.
Things come to a head between Don and Megan in the third episode of "Mad Men," "Field Trip," but its his relationship with Roger that's truly vital.
"Mad Men" loves a good arthouse film reference, and in the disorienting opening frames of last night's "Field Trip," the series dropped one of its most puzzling cinematic name-checks to date.
The second episode of "Mad Men's" final season chronicled "A Day's Work," but focused more on personal disputes and quibbles than business -- or are they one in the same at SC&P?
Promotions, revelations, and SC&P's two African-American characters finally get a moment alone.