There was much to dislike about the seventh and final season of “Mad Men,” from AMC’s decision to break it into halves (each consisting of a mere seven episodes, which killed the momentum that built so spectacularly in the first half) to all that precious time seemingly wasted on Don Draper’s obsession with a depressed waitress. I’m still unclear as to why series creator and executive producer Matthew Weiner devoted so much story to that not particularly interesting character at the last.
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