Don Draper is back in the game at SC&P on the show Mad Men and fans couldn’t be happier.
The newest episode, The Monolith, gave viewers a few things to talk about, mostly involving Draper’s drinking habits, but on Mad Men, what else is there to focus on?
Following Sunday’s episode, fans of the show took to Twitter to discuss Drapers return, and his alcohol consumption.
Some things never change.
Lesson learned from tonight’s #MadMen: Even back in the 60s you had to be drunk to want to go to a Mets game
— Eric Stangel (@EricStangel) May 5, 2014
Don Draper helping further the reputations of Mets fans as clinically depressed, alcoholic sociopaths. — Steve Lepore (@stevelepore) May 5, 2014
Anyone remember Eugene and his mullet from The Walking Dead?
Oh geez. I forgot I was on Mad Men tonight. Hope you saw it – I’m sure they’ll repeat it 🙂 — Josh McDermitt (@JoshMcDermitt) May 5, 2014
In the flessshhhhh RT @SunnyParker: It was hard to tell w/out the mullet but I think I just saw @JoshMcDermitt on #MadMen !! — Josh McDermitt (@JoshMcDermitt) May 5, 2014
Many fans still have questions.
“Mad Men,” what have you done with Peggy Olson? http://t.co/Ig6mnT0Ugn — TIME.com (@TIME) April 30, 2014
While others deal with the emotions of finally being caught up with the series.
So happy to finally be caught up on @MadMen_AMC. So sad that I can only watch one episode a week. #MisstheBinge — Timothy Omundson (@Omundson) April 30, 2014
Character development is intense.
MAD MEN’s links to THE SOPRANOS really become clear in the substance abuse subplots. People can change, but goddamn it’s hard. — Matt Zoller Seitz (@mattzollerseitz) May 5, 2014
So intense, it feels like you know them.
It’s like I’m in an actual relationship with Don Draper. At first, he was sexy-flawed. Now I’m just so over his shit.
— Leigh Sales (@leighsales) May 5, 2014
But more importantly, vodka.
Don Draper swigging from a bottle of Smirnoff should be accompanied by the Popeye theme song.
— Dave Itzkoff (@ditzkoff) May 5, 2014
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