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The lighter side of Mad Men Season 5

With season 5 of Mad Men nearly upon us and over priced whiskey classes at the ready; here’s some of the best Mad Men teaser content we’ve found on the Internet.

Start Draping

This is one of the cooler Mad Men tumblr blogs we’ve come across draping.tumblr.com.

March 22 2012: Vanity Fair Mad Men feature article

Mad Men Q&A: Jon Hamm on Finally Seeing Don Draper Content, His Directorial Debut, and a Don-Peggy Romance

Did you ever realise how many times Don says “What”?


The 10 best moments of Mad Men

Let’s start getting in the mood by remembering 10 of the best moments according to the Telegraphs Paul Smith

Sesame Street Mad Men

They’re obviously dumbing down sesame street.

How is Mad Men going to end?

According to it’s writer Matthew Weiner the series is likely to end with Don Draper alive in 2012 ‘Mad Men’ Will End In Present Day With Old Don Draper

What would Don Draper do?

Next time you are confronted with a problem pause for a moment and ask yourself what would Don do? If that doesn’t work email your question to What would Don Draper do or check out this infographic.

8-bit Mad Men Advergame

Ever wanted to be Don Draper? Well here’s your chance with this weird but cool 8-bit advergame. In this game you’ll play Don Draper and your creative brief is rescue the agency after Lucky Strike betrays them. Sound familiar? The game is made up of over 40 interactive videos and your decisions will uncover 1 of 3 different endings.

Mad Men Quotes

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More Men Quotes

Don Draper: Advertising is based on one thing: happiness. And do you know what happiness is? Happiness is the smell of a new car. It’s freedom from fear. It’s a billboard on the side of a road that screams with reassurance that whatever you’re doing is OK. You are OK.
(Season 1, Episode 1)

Don Draper: If you don’t like what’s being said, change the conversation.
(Season 3, Episode 2)

Don Draper: It’s your job. I give you money, you give me ideas.
Peggy Olson: And you never say thank you.
Don Draper: That’s what the money is for!
(Series 4, Episode 7)

Roger Sterling: Remember Don. When God closes a door he opens a dress.
(Season 1, Episode 10)

Joan Holloway: Peggy, this is isn’t China. There’s no money in virginity.
(Season 1, Episode 9)

Roger Sterling: You know what my father used to say? ‘Being with a client is like being in a marriage. Sometimes you get into it for the wrong reasons, and eventually they hit you in the face.’
(Season 1, Episode 10)

Don Draper: It wasn’t a lie, it was ineptitude with insufficient cover.
(Season 1, Episode 3)

Roger Sterling: Look, I want to tell you something because you’re very dear to me. And I hope you understand that it comes from the bottom of my damaged, damaged heart. You are the finest piece of ass I’ve ever had and I don’t care who knows it. I am so glad that I got to roam those hillsides.
(Season 1, Episode 11)

Peggy Olson: I’m Peggy Olson. I want to smoke some marijuana.
(Season 3, Episode 3)

Roger Sterling: You don’t know how to drink. Your whole generation, you drink for the wrong reasons. My generation, we drink because it’s good, because it feels better than unbuttoning your collar, because we deserve it. We drink, because it’s what men do.
(Season 1, Episode 4)

Roger Sterling: I like redheads. Their mouths are like a drop of strawberry jam in a glass of milk.
(Season 1, Episode 7)

Don Draper: Let me ask you something: what do women want?
Roger Sterling: Who cares?
(Season 1, Episode 2)

Roger Sterling excuses infidelity: I guess what I’m saying is at some point, we’ve all parked in the wrong garage.
(Season 1, Episode 7)

Roger Sterling discusses a journalist who has a wooden leg: A wooden leg. They’re so cheap they can’t even afford a whole reporter.
(Season 4, Episode 1)

Joan Harris: But that’s life. One minute you’re on top of the world, the next minute some secretary’s running you over with a lawn mower.
(Season 3, Episode 3)

Betty Draper: As far as I’m concerned, as long as men look at me that way, I’m earning my keep.
(Season 1, Episode 7)

Lane Pryce: Am I to entertain your ballad of dissatisfaction, or has something actually happened? Because I am at work, dear.
(Season 3, Episode 10)

Pete Campbell: I have ideas.
Don Draper: I’m sure you do. Sterling Cooper has more failed artists and intellectuals than the Third Reich.
(Season 1, Episode 4)

Jimmy Barrett: The drunker you are, the funnier I become. ABC did research.
(Season 2, Episode 7)

Roger Sterling: Well, I’ve got to go learn a load of people’s names before I fire them.

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